Investments in Health Important to Saskatchewan Hometowns, But More Funding Needed

Mar 24, 2022

Investments in health announced today in the 2022-23 provincial budget are important to Saskatchewan's hometowns, but more funding to address access to health and mental health and addictions services in the province is needed.

"Access to healthcare, from emergency medical transport to mental health and addictions support, is pivotal in ensuring the quality of lives of the resident's in Saskatchewan's hometowns," said Mayor Mike Strachan, SUMA's Vice-President of Villages, Resort Villages, and Northern Municipalities. "While we are very appreciative of the increased investments in the health of our residents, more support is needed." 

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