Benson calls on Government to Fully Ban Asbestos in Canada...Again

The government promised Canadians a comprehensive ban, but yesterday's announcement leaves many exposed.

NDP Stands Up For Children's Safety

Sask NDP MPs Georgina Jolibois and Sheri Benson are raising major concerns over a 2010 Transport Canada report that revealed that school buses failed safety tests and failed to prevent serious injuries.

Making Canada Accessible

Today I stand to speak in support of Bill C-81, an act to ensure a barrier-free Canada, with the hope that the bill will be a game-changer for people in my community and the 5.3 million Canadians living with disabilities.

NDP Stands up for a National Childcare Program

In 2015, the Liberals promised, ‘a childcare framework that meets the needs of Canadian families, wherever they live.’ Families throughout the country are still waiting.

We Need Safe and Reliable Public Transit in Sask

Since the shutdown of the STC, people in Saskatchewan have been scrambling to find a reliable and affordable way to reach important services that they need such as shelters, medical appointments, attending classes or just visiting family.

With Sun Setting on 42nd Parliament, Benson Urges Action from Liberals

I welcome all Liberal MPs to Saskatoon, and wish them well as they plan their legislative agenda for the final year of this Parliament. We want to make sure that the growing concerns of my constituents are discussed around that table.

Fix Saskatchewan's Public Transit Crisis

Addendum to Sept 6 2018 Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau

Saskatchewan's Unemployed Workers Need Support

Benson is calling on the federal government to extend expanded EI benefits to affected workers in Saskatchewan.


Sheri Benson supports the open letter to Prime Minister Trudeau signed by over 170 organizations and prominent Canadians urging the Prime Minister to follow through on his commitment to make housing rights human rights.

We need a National Pharmacare Plan in Canada

I have sent a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau expressing support for the implementation of a public, universal, single-payer national pharmacare plan in our country, without delay.