There was some work getting done in Saskatoon over the weekend at the Saskatchewan Party's first convention since being elected last November.
The delegates at the convention passed a resolution to work on lowering the minimum age to work at hotels, restaurants, educational institutions, hospitals and nursing homes in the province from 16 to 15. The resolution also stated that 14 year olds would be able to work with written consent from a parent. They would also be limited to under 30 hours a week during school months.
They are just getting started and you shouldn't expect to see it in the Legislature before Christmas.