Conservative leader in Truro on Monday

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TRURO - The Progressive Conservative's provincial party leader is set to speak in Truro on Monday.

Jamie Baillie will be the leader of the Official Opposition.

Jamie Baillie will be the guest speaker at the Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River PC annual general meeting. He will talk about his vision for growing the economy and creating job opportunities to bring families back to Nova Scotia.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn on Prince Street.

Organizations: Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River PC, Holiday Inn

Geographic location: Truro, Nova Scotia, Prince Street

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  • truro member
    January 13, 2014 - 10:26

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, sure, sure…Baillie is at least 7 years away from even having any ability to make or do any such assertations and statements. Can Nova scotians wait that long? Where was his growth vision in October for the last election? Obviously he didn’t have one, or he would have better explained it then to get his party elected…... Nova Scotians aren't going to return home for new minimum wage part time jobs, not now, not seven years from now, ...nor will they return to Nova Scotia for highest power rates, highest taxes, highest gas prices, highest oil prices, highest government red tape, income tax bracket creep, highest food and goods prices, minimum health care services, overall lack of services....i could go on and on and on... Until government deal with all of that, there is no new growing the economy out here for Nova Scotia. Nobody lives here, there is no market to sell to, what you see is what you get, this is it. Nova Scotia is on Palliative care, that’s what it is on. Even the Canadian dollar tanking will not encourage enough foreign business to save us with the high cost of everything. Why spend here? Fact is, except for the wealthy, those who are still living here are stuck here for one reason or another. Its true. Despite what Baillie, Armstrong and Harper want to tell you, the recession is not ending, it is really just starting. Nova Scotia will soon become cottage country only to the lifestyles of the rich and famous, the likes of Baillie, Armstrong and Harper….

  • chief wiggam
    January 13, 2014 - 09:19

    yes but, he's no Trudeau!