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Baillie’s plan for more jobs

Lower taxes, freeze power rates, stop wasteful spending

HAMMONDS PLAINS, NS – The Progressive Conservative plan to cut taxes, stop wasteful spending and freeze power rates will jump-start Nova Scotia’s economy and create up to 20,000 jobs, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

Baillie unveiled his jobs plan at Kynock Resources in Hammonds Plains.

“Since the NDP was...

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Baillie government will freeze electricity rates for five years

HALIFAX, NS– Only a Progressive Conservative government will give ratepayers a break from ever increasing power rate increases with a five-year rate freeze, Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie said today.

“There’s an old saying that nothing is certain but death and taxes. Darrell Dexter and Stephen McNeil want to add skyrocketing power rates to that list,”...

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PCs will double the number of apprentices

Baillie’s plan to lower taxes, stop wasteful spending will create jobs

BEDFORD, NS – Only the Progressive Conservative Party has a plan to double the number of apprentices in Nova Scotia and keep young people home by creating more jobs, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today. Baillie unveiled his plan at RCS Construction Inc., a commercial...

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Baillie’s Cumberland South record speaks for itself

SPRINGHILL, NS – Cumberland South Progressive Conservative candidate Jamie Baillie says he’s proud of his record as the local MLA and looks forward to serving residents for another four years. Baillie, who is also the leader of the Progressive Conservatives and running for Premier, says Liberal attacks on his record are unfounded.
 

Baillie welcomes River Hebert school announcement

Warns government to get it done

RIVER HEBERT, NS - Cumberland South Progressive Conservative candidate and leader Jamie Baillie welcomes today’s announcement that the province will take over construction of the River Hebert School.

“This development is long overdue and I’m very pleased to see it moving forward,” says Baillie. “The people of River Hebert have been...

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