Your PC Candidate In Lunenburg West

Month: October 2013

Ten reasons why Nova Scotians can’t tell Stephen McNeil and Darrell Dexter apart

September 30, 2013 at 10:38 am HALIFAX, NS – As the campaign enters the home stretch, it’s getting harder and harder for Nova Scotians to tell Stephen McNeil and Darrell Dexter apart. Here are 10 reasons why: 1. High Taxes – Darrell Dexter raised taxes for every single Nova Scotian and Stephen McNeil won’t commit… Read More ›

Profile: Jamie Baillie an ideas man with common touch

From the CBC Jamie Baillie has been variously described as a nerdy policy wonk, earnest ideas man and cerebral bean-counter. For the chartered accountant and leader of Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives, these are qualities worthy of a man who wants to be premier of a province that has recorded Canada’s worst economic performance, on average,… Read More ›

Only Progressive Conservative Party is ready to lead

Baillie: We’ll get Nova Scotia working October 6, 2013 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… Read More ›

PCs will scrap gold-plated MLA pension plan

Baillie: It’s a test of leadership October 2, 2013 BRIDGETOWN, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says scrapping the gold-plated MLA pension plan is a test of leadership. “Change starts at the top, and when it comes to MLA pensions, change will start with me,” Baillie said. “It’s obscene that people who are elected… Read More ›

Closing Remarks from Lunenburg West Candidates Forum

Lunenburg West Candidates Forum Opening Remarks

   

McNeil Contradicts self…again.

  Baillie: McNeil Liberals will not balance the budget HALIFAX, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says it is obvious the McNeil Liberals have no plan to balance the budget. Today, McNeil was asked by a reporter when he thought a Liberal government could balance the budget. He replied “we said we would do… Read More ›