The Canadian PressMay 16, 2013 16:50
REGINA - The spring sitting of the Saskatchewan legislature has wrapped up after debate on labour laws, private liquor stores, the sale of a Crown corporation and seniors care.
Fifty-three pieces of legislation were passed, including one private member's bill to make reporting of asbestos in public buildings mandatory.
Premier Brad Wall says he thinks the most important part of the sitting was tabling a balanced budget.
"We made some difficult choices to get there," Wall said Thursday.