Principle of the Green Party of Saskatchewan:

Community Based Economics

We recognize it is essential to create a vibrant and sustainable economic system, one that can create jobs and provide a decent standard of living for all people while maintaining a healthy ecological balance. A successful economic system will offer meaningful work with dignity, while paying a living wage which reflects the real value of a person's work. Local communities must develop an economy that assures protection of the environment and worker's rights, broad citizen participation in planning, and enhancement of our quality of life. We support cooperatives and public enterprises that distribute resources and control to more people through democratic participation.

Click here for an essay outlining a proposal for making this happen
Finite nature of Capitalism; an article by George Monbiot A must-read article!


Principle ofthe Green Party of Saskatchewan

Social and Economic Justice

We believe in the right of every person of working age to socially useful and environmentally sustainable work, access for every person to free education and health care, as well as adequate food, clothing and shelter.


Refer to the Electoral Information site of the GPSfor other articles that give more substance to these  principles.  Check out the BACKGROUNDER ARTICLES