By Kelly Geraldine Malone The Canadian Press REGINA- Saskatchewan’s justice minister, while promoting a bill she touts as giving the province more autonomy, says Ottawa’s actions have a larger effect on investor confidence than pushback on the legislation from Indigenous and environmental groups. Bronwyn Eyre says the proposed Saskatchewan First Act isn’t about carving new powers for the province. “This is about protecting the people of the province and the economy of the province from policy (that causes harm),” Eyre said Wednesday following a talk organized by the Saskatchewan and Regina Chambers of Commerce. The legislation, which passed a second reading in November, would assert that Saskatchewan has exclusive jurisdiction over its resources and set up a tribunal to be used in future court cases. The bill has faced significant
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