This hardly seems fair to me. You've heard of "bracket creep"? The Canadian Taxpayer's Federation says it's about to happen. Again.
Saskatchewan's tax brackets are apparently no longer adjusted for inflation which "bumps many taxpayers into higher tax brackets even though they aren't actually making more money."
In fact, the CTF calls it "sneaky and unfair". They point out the Government of Saskatchewan issued a news release two years ago, promising to protect us from bracket creep. However, the commitment "...ended with the 2017-2018 budget that 'temporarily' suspended indexation."
What's this mean for you and me? The CTF estimates it "increased the average Saskatchewan family's tax burden by more than $50 last year" and "...bracket creep will add another $91" next year. It adds up to $141 in taxes paid.
Like I said, it hardly seems fair to me.