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Keith Hutchings, MHA for Ferryland, says, “The Ball Liberals are neglecting the economic growth potential of the Mistaken Point UNESCO World Heritage Site by failing to invest in proper supports to ensure the world-class tourism destination has the resources it needs.”Read More
Keith Hutchings, MHA for Ferryland District, says, "By ignoring the recommendations of the Transportation and Works (TW) engineering inspection report on the Mutton Bay Bridge entering Trepassey, in addition to gaping ruts and potholes on Route 10 in the area from Cappahayden to St. Shott's, the Ball Liberals are putting the lives of the traveling public in jeopardy."Read More
The PC Party of Newfoundland and Labrador today announced details concerning the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Leadership 2018 event.Read More
Keith Hutchings, Finance Critic for the Official Opposition, says, “On their third budget, the Liberals’ fiscal approach is not working. The 2018 budget raises spending while the economy continues to shrink with future projections to 2022 heading in the wrong direction. Budget 2018 continues to miss the opportunity to get spending under control while creating the conditions for economic growth.”Read More
Barry Petten, Opposition Critic for the Environment, said, “People were expecting to hear details of the new Liberal carbon tax in the 2018 Budget, but instead they were told to wait until later in the spring. This new tax is coming, on top of the more than 300 Liberal tax and fee increases still in place, but the Liberals decided to hide the carbon tax details instead of being open and transparent with the people.”Read More
Keith Hutchings, Finance Critic for the Official Opposition, said, “The 2018 budgets of Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador will be worlds apart because of the huge windfall Quebec is getting from the Equalization program."Read More