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Another day, another P3

Article: Paige Kreutzwieser – Staff Writer month ago, the Saskatchewan government stated their plans to build nine new elementary schools to deal with the surge of students within the province, through a public-private-partnership (P3) model. Since Oct. 22, limited information has come out of this announcement. What we do know is, according to Premier Brad Wall, student enrolment has climbed over 70 percent in the last six years, and some elementary schools are even experiencing 180 ...

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Fougere vs. Holmes

Outside the university, almost everyone is undecided. A CTV on-the-street interview revealed that people had no idea what was going on or even what voting No meant; one woman thought you voted No to stop privatization. Other people planned to vote No because they believed the city’s lines about saving taxpayers money. - Taras Matkovsky

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This September, vote no to CUPE

Article: Alexandra Mortensen – Contributor On Sept. 25, the City of Regina is holding a referendum on the use of a Public-Private Partnership (P3) model for a much needed sewage treatment plant. The city council voted unanimously in favour of moving forward with a P3; however, a petition requesting a referendum on the question was circulated and accepted. We now face a referendum that will not only cost taxpayers additional money, but will also greatly delay ...

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The Great Private-Public Debate

f any issue this year has animated Regina residents, it has been the debate on the future of the Water Waste Treatment Plant. At stake is the possible implementation of a Public-Private Partnership (P3) model. The current plant will not meet new Federal and Provincial standards by December 2016, making improvements indispensable.

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