2014 – Merry Christmas and Best Wishes

December 24, 2014 at 3:24 pm

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes

Christmas provides the opportunity to take time and to reflect on the important things around us – a chance to look back on the year that has passed and prepare for the year ahead.

As Christmas approaches I hope you will find time to be with your loved ones. As Nova Scotians I believe we will also pause to be grateful for our blessings and to remember those who have less.

2014 has certainly been a busy time for our party and as I look back over our first year as the Official Opposition, I am proud of the principled work we have done.

As the Official Opposition, our job is to work to improve the lives of Nova Scotians, and to ensure that the Government also hears the voices of those who may not be heard otherwise. We focus on Nova Scotian values and try at all times to never lose sight of what a great place Nova Scotia is to live in.

This unites the PC family under a common goal – to make Nova Scotia an even better place to live today and in the future. We set ambitious goals but our focus will always remain the same.

While Christmas is family time, Sandra, the girls and I are thinking of you – our supporters, our constituents, and our friends. Thank you all so very much for the hard work that you do.

May each and every one of you be blessed with joy and love this holiday season. From my family to yours, have a peaceful and Merry Christmas.

Sincerely,

Jamie Baillie

Cumberland South MLA
Leader of the Official Opposition
Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia

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Recognized and known for his strong leadership in the business world and as a public servant, PC Party leader Jamie Baillie has a strong plan to rebuild Nova Scotia’s economy and get us on the right track. He is a competent leader who will create more jobs and bring our sons and daughters home so Nova Scotia can grow.

For five consecutive years, Jamie was recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top 50 CEOs. As CEO, Jamie led Credit Union Atlantic to steady growth and increased dividends for members. He is a member of Atlantic Business Magazine’s Hall of Fame and in 2010 he was named a Fellow Chartered Accountant, the highest designation for that profession.