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It's budget day in Saskatchewan and lots of people are weighing in. Why not give our polls a try!

We'd like to hear what you have to say about the Saskatchewan budget.

Finance Minister Ken Krawetz released the 2014-2015 spending plan in the legislature on Wednesday.

Give our quickie polls a whirl and leave your comments below.







FEATURE: The Saskatchewan budget expressed 'per person'

$5.4 billion, $3.7 billion, $14 billion. These are the kind of numbers thrown around on budget day, but to put all that into perspective, we thought we'd show budget spending per capita for Saskatchewan.

The font size changes depending on the amount. Here's a selection of items from Wednesday's 2014-2015 budget.

Agriculture $681 million

$ 609per
person

Education Capital $103 million

$ 92per
person

Social Services and Assistance $1 billion

$ 1,049per
person

School Building
and Repairs
$103 million

$ 92per
person

Saskatchewan Cancer
Agency
$167 million

$ 150per
person

Health: $5.4 billion

$ 4,792per
person

Bullying Action Plan $815 thousand

$ 0.73per
person

Graduate Retention
Program
$82 million

$ 73per
person

School Operating Funding $1 billion

$ 1,628per
person

Teachers' Pensions
and Benefits
$340 million

$ 305per
person

Post-Secondary Institutions $718 million

$ 642per
person

Regina Stadium
Funding
$50 million

$ 44per
person

Repaving 300kms
of Highways
$95 million

$ 85per
person

Healthcare Capital $95 million

$ 85per
person

Support For People
With Disabilities
$446 million

$ 399per
person

Debt Charges $546 million

$ 488per
person