SASKATOON — Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe is campaigning in Saskatoon today on his party's record of spending millions on building bridges, roads and a children's hospital in the city.
Saskatoon is one of the battlegrounds in the Oct. 26 provincial election.
Moe is promising that he will continue to support the city if the Sask. Party is re-elected.
He says his party has spent more than $1.8 billion on infrastructure in the city since coming to power in 2007.
Two of the projects he is touting are the new children's hospital and $17 million in provincial money for the Remai Art Gallery.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct.16, 2020.
The Canadian Press