February 24, 2017

Kevin Waugh (Saskatoon—Grasswood)
2017-02-24 11:01 [p.9330]
Mr. Speaker, a Saskatoon landmark went up in flames late Tuesday night.
The Bonanza Restaurant, a fixture on 8th Street for the past 45 years, suffered over $2 million in damages from a fire that took over six hours to extinguish. Many thanks go out to the Saskatoon Fire Department, which responded with four engines, arriving within two minutes of the call.
Gary Baba has owned the restaurant for the last 21 years. He is shattered. He arrived on the scene at 4 a.m. to find 25 staff members huddled outside the restaurant, sharing their grief.
The buffet-style restaurant was a beloved institution for generations of families. Baba gave many students their very first job. Customers of all ages were part of that big Bonanza family. Hundreds of people in my city have taken to social media this week, sharing their fond memories.
On behalf of all Saskatonians, we share Gary’s grief.

Kevin Waugh (Saskatoon—Grasswood)
2017-02-24 11:50 [p.9339]
Mr. Speaker, my province of Saskatchewan is the only jurisdiction to stand up to the Liberal government’s carbon-tax scheme. Unlike these Liberals, my province has actually shared the numbers. Listen, a minimum of over $1,200 for the average Saskatchewan family and up to $100,000 per family farm. Where is the Liberal government’s analysis? What is the cost, and why the carbon-tax cover-up?

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