The Saskatchewan First Act has passed. Now what? We ask the minister behind the bill

The Saskatchewan Party government passed The Saskatchewan First Act on March 16. Its stated intentions are to re-assert provincial jurisdiction on resources, greenhouse gas emissions on power production, and fertilizer usage for farmers.
Justice Minister and Attorney General Bronwyn Eyre was the minister charged with shepherding the bill through the legislature. Pipeline Online spoke to her on March 17, posing the fundamental question: What will you do next?