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Baillie volunteers for leadership review

PC membership to vote at upcoming annual meeting

HALIFAX, NS - Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie has asked for a leadership review vote to take place at the Party’s Annual General Meeting in February 2014.

The PC Party constitution requires a review to be held, but that review may not otherwise take place until as late as...

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Voters face stark decision

Only a PC government will fix economy, create jobs

TRURO, NS - The Progressive Conservative team is the only choice for Nova Scotians wanting change, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

“The Progressive Conservative team will bring change by delivering on our one  and only election promise: To turn Nova Scotia’s economy around,” Baillie said. “Everything else is about...

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Only Progressive Conservative Party is ready to lead

Baillie: We’ll get Nova Scotia working

HALIFAX, NS – Only the Progressive Conservative Party has a plan to turn the economy around and lead Nova Scotia to a better future, says PC leader Jamie Baillie.

“The PC plan will lower taxes, freeze power rates, stop wasteful spending and get people working,” Baillie said. “Mr. McNeil says it can’t...

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Baillie’s plan will get Nova Scotians working

McNeil Liberals will continue job killing policies of the NDP

DARTMOUTH, NS – Today, Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie highlighted the PC plan to get Nova Scotians working.

“The PC Party is really making only one promise: to turn our economy around,” Baillie said. “Our platform, Change that Works, spells out exactly how we will do that...

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Baillie pleased for River Hebert students as Province issues tenders for school repairs

AMHERST, NS – Progressive Conservative leader and Cumberland South candidate Jamie Baillie was pleased to hear today the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued a tender for additions and repairs to River Hebert District School.

As MLA for Cumberland South, Baillie presented a petition to the provincial government, called repeatedly on the government to act,...

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