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PC plan takes money from the boardroom into the Emergency Room

Recognizes unique health care needs of rural Nova Scotia

HALIFAX, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will spend health dollars on patients, not on executives, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

Baillie unveiled the comprehensive PC plan for health care at the campaign headquarters of Andrew Black, PC candidate for Halifax Citadel-Sable Island.

“Funding meant for health care...

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Baillie PCs announce support for agriculture industry

SPRINGHILL, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will invest in the agriculture industry to support farmers and help kick start our rural economy, PC Leader Jamie Baillie said Sunday in Kentville.

“The agriculture industry is vital to our rural economy. We will help farmers by investing in important programs that make our economy grow,” said Baillie.

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PCs to expand ankle bracelet use

Give police tool to protect Nova Scotians

HALIFAX, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will make families and communities safer by expanding the use of ankle bracelets for offenders and people accused of dangerous crimes, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

Baillie made the announcement near the Central Nova Scotia Corrections Facility with former HRM police sergeant...

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Baillie commits to pass Grandparents’ rights bill

HALIFAX, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will pass legislation protecting the rights of grandparents to see their grandchildren, PC Leader Jamie Baillie said today.

“Grandparents’ rights to a relationship with their grandchildren must be protected,” said Baillie. “In unfortunate situations where family ties breakdown it's in the best interest of children to maintain these important...

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Baillie PCs will balance budget, stop immoral debt

Liberal plan saddles children with debt

HALIFAX, NS – A Progressive Conservative government will end the immoral practice of deficit budgets that saddle our children with the cost of today’s services, PC leader Jamie Baillie said today.

Baillie renewed his commitment to balanced budgets at a Halifax pre-school. 

The detailed,...

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