Moe calls on feds for help with the energy sector with liquidity

Regina – Premier Scott Moe called on the federal government to move its levers to help out the energy sector in Saskatchewan.

As part of his daily briefing to the media on the COVID-19 crisis on April 2, he said, “We will also be discussing, and thankful, for the support that has been

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“We will be urging the federal government to come forward with support for our energy industry as it is needed, and it is needed very quickly. There are levers that the federal government can pull, that no other level of government in this nation can pull, levers like they utilized about a decade ago, when the auto sector was facing a liquidity crisis.

“That is our energy sector, today. And the federal government, we will ask to step forward to fill that liquidity void for our energy sector here, in Saskatchewan, and the prairie provinces, in the same way the federal government stepped forward to address the concerns of the auto industry about a decade ago.”

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