Still some way to go to reach a positive agreement

FTLComm - Tisdale - Monday, June 12, 2006
During the Federal election the current prime minister made committments to Saskatchewan to sort of the matter for Federal Equalization Payments. As it now stands some provinces receive energy and mineral royalties and also get a piece of the tax money Ottawa collects or is contributed from the more wealthy provinces, while Saskatchewan is seeing its non-renewable resources being included in the province's revenue for calculating the Equalization formula. Premier Lorne
Calvert has been working hard negotiating with the federal government and the provinces but things have not been going our way.(In order to view this video you should be on high speed Internet and you must have the latest version of QuickTime installed in your computer.)


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