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Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin to carry Progressive Conservative banner in Cumberland North

Smith-McCrossin will play a big role in the next Progressive Conservative government says Jamie Baillie AMHERST, NS – Local businesswoman and healthcare professional Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin will be the Progressive Conservative Party’s candidate in Cumberland North in the next provincial election. Smith-McCrossin was officially acclaimed the party’s standard bearer in the constituency on Wednesday, May 25. “Improving the economy...
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Premier fails to address doctor shortage, signs bad ferry deal

Time to replace Health Minister, says Baillie HALIFAX, NS - Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says Premier Stephen McNeil has broken an election promise by failing to address the shortage of family doctors. Today, the spring sitting of the Legislature wrapped up. Through this legislative sitting, PC MLAs repeatedly pressed Premier McNeil for answers about the doctor...
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PCs call for an emergency debate on doctor shortage

MLA Alfie MacLeod frustrated by Premier McNeil’s broken promise HALIFAX, NS – Today, Progressive Conservative MLA for Sydney River-Mira-Louisbourg is calling for an emergency debate on the shortage of doctors in Nova Scotia. CBC reported last night that Dr. Ajantha Jayabarathan said there is a 'wrecking ball' heading toward family practices. MacLeod wrote to the Speaker...
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Cayley: A Life Too Short

PCs call for more support for youth, introduce amendments to the Youth Secretariat Act

PCs call for more support for youth, introduce amendments to the Youth Secretariat Act

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Baillie to McNeil: Put Nova Scotians first

PC leader wants assurances on Muskrat Falls project HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie wants Premier McNeil to get some firm commitments about the troubled Muskrat Falls project from Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball to make sure Nova Scotia taxpayers are protected. The Council of Atlantic Premiers met today in Annapolis Royal. The project...
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