Driver training safer intersections highlight Saskatchewan throne speech

first_imgREGINA – Saskatchewan’s throne speech Wednesday outlined the government’s plans for the fall sitting of the legislature. Here are some of the highlights:— Changes to commercial driver training and a strategy to improve safety at intersections.— Continued fight against federal carbon tax.— Introduction of legislation on trespassing laws.— A balanced budget by next year.— Apology to those affected by the ’60s Scoop in which Indigenous children were seized from their birth families and relocated to non-Indigenous homes.— Allowing rural municipalities and municipalities with populations under 500 to join regional police services.— Free fishing and hunting licences for Canadian veterans.— Introducing legislation to allow police to disclose information about a partner’s potential violent past in an effort to address domestic violence.last_img