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MLA asks Nova Scotians to vote for Brookfield school in national competition

South Colchester Academy named finalist in Samsung Canada’s Solve for Tomorrow campaign BROOKFIELD, NS - Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley MLA Larry Harrison is encouraging all Nova Scotians to vote for South Colchester Academy in Samsung Canada’s first-ever Solve for Tomorrow competition. The Brookfield school is one of 11 finalists in the nation-wide campaign. The prize is $50,000 and an...
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Baillie to McNeil: Release Bay Ferries’ secret guaranteed profit

N.S. taxpayers to shell out $32.7 million for just first two years in subsidy, even though US Navy bought both the CAT and sister ship for that price in 2012 HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie is calling on the Premier to release the secret guaranteed profit taxpayers will pay to Bay Ferries. “It’s unfair...
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Baillie says ferry deal should come before Legislature

McNeil made a bad deal that will cost taxpayers up to $100 million March 29, 2016 HALIFAX, NS - Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says the $100 million ferry deal could be a defining and costly moment for Stephen McNeil's Liberal government. The Progressive Conservative leader wants the deal to come before the House of Assembly for...
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Premier McNeil fails to break Nova Scotia Power’s monopoly

Ratepayers still have no option but to buy power from NSPI HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says Premier McNeil broke Nova Scotian’s trust, not Nova Scotia Power’s monopoly. Today, the Utility and Review Board approved the fees Nova Scotia Power will charge renewable companies to sell power directly to customers (attached). These fees include...
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