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Gouging problem gamblers is not an economic strategy

Dunn concerned about McNeil Liberals’ addiction to VLT revenues

Pat DunnHALIFAX, NS – Stephen McNeil’s reliance on increasing VLT revenue to fill government coffers is both morally and fiscally irresponsible, says Progressive Conservative Gaming and Control Act critic Pat Dunn. This week’s consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year...
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Giannakos to carry PC banner in Sackville-Cobequid

pclogo800440 SACKVILLE, NS - John Giannakos, owner and operator of Hellas Restaurant, will be the Progressive Conservative candidate for Sackville-Cobequid in the next provincial election. Giannakos was officially acclaimed as the party’s standard bearer on Monday, August 8. “Having lived and worked in this community for decades, I am honoured...
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Russell to carry PC banner in Dartmouth North

pclogo800440 DARTMOUTH, NS – Educator Melanie Russell was officially acclaimed as the party’s standard bearer in Dartmouth North on Monday, August 8. As the youngest in a family of five, Russell credits her family with her desire to help others. She feels extremely fortunate to be in a position...
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8,600 full time jobs disappear in Nova Scotia last year

Baillie says fixing our economy must be the top priority

Nova Scotia Job Losses HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says Nova Scotia needs a long-term plan to fix the economy and create jobs. Data from Statistics Canada shows Nova Scotia lost 8,600 full time jobs between July 2015...
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Is McNeil letting American tourists fill up at taxpayers’ expense?

Baillie wants answers on Yarmouth ferry promotion

ferrygasolinepayments HALIFAX, NS - Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says taxpayers should not have to pay for gas for Americans travelling on the Yarmouth ferry The McNeil Liberals and Bay Ferries, in a desperate attempt to boost rider numbers, are promoting $25 and...
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