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PCs pledge to scrap NDP’s job-killing First Contract Arbitration

Baillie: time to create jobs, not chase them away

HALIFAX, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will scrap the NDP’s job-killing First Contract Arbitration law. The Liberals will not.

Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie renewed his commitment to scrap the NDP’s unfair labour legislation outside Egg Films, a Halifax film production company.

First Contract Arbitration is an anti-employer law...

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Baillie to Target: Let veterans sell poppies inside store

HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says he welcomes Target to Nova Scotia, but isn’t pleased with their decision not to allow veterans to sell poppies inside their stores.

Baillie is calling on Target to reverse the decision and allow veterans inside their stores to sell poppies.

“Target officials...

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PCs will scrap rich MLA pension

Baillie: No more looking the other way

STEWIACKE, NS – Today, Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie reiterated his pledge to scrap the gold plated MLA pension plan.

He made the announcement at the Stewiacke home of Jim Meadows. Mr. Meadows is a retired gas station manager who does not have a pension.

For every dollar an MLA puts towards...

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Baillie: Non-profits will be protected under PC plan

McNeil’s misleading attacks prove he can’t defend his own positions

HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says Stephen McNeil’s misleading attacks prove he can’t defend his own positions.

Baillie says the Progressive Conservative plan, Change that Works, protects non-profits while attacking wasteful spending in administration and corporate giveaways.

“Stephen McNeil is trying to distract from his...

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Baillie puts patients first

A Progressive Conservative government will keep hospitals, ambulances operating during contract disputes

WOLFVILLE, NS – Only a Progressive Conservative government will protect patients and keep hospitals operating and ambulances on the road during contract disputes, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

“A PC government will ensure health care services are there for Nova Scotians when they need...

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