Kathy Dunderdale for Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2011 Progressive Conservative Party of Newfoundland and Labrador
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Something extraordinary is happening in our province. There’s new energy all around us and it’s changing how we see ourselves and our place in the world.

Newfoundland and Labrador is on the rise, energized and ready to reach our full and incredible potential. We’re leading, not following. We’re creating our success, not waiting for it to happen.

As Premier, I will lead a team that builds on this new energy, driving our plan for more jobs, better healthcare, stronger partnerships, and resource development that is right for the people of our province.

This is our time – now, more than ever before. And together, we can ensure that Newfoundland and Labrador continues to grow and prosper.

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Hebron sanction welcome news for province

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

(January 4, 2013) The announcement by ExxonMobil to sanction the development of the Hebron Project is great news for the province and offshore industry, and will bring significant employment and economic benefits for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador. The sanction decision ensures construction and fabrication of the platform, and commits to future drilling and production of the Hebron field. “Our goal has been to ensure that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are the main benefactors with respect to our natural resources, and that the development of Hebron maximizes benefits for the people of the province,” said Premier Dunderdale.

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Progress in 2012

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

The Dunderdale government reported significant progress in 2012 on many fronts: Status of women | Health infrastructure | School infrastructure | Municipal infrastructure | Skilled trades and apprenticeships | Forestry and agrifoods | Energy | Rural investment | Tourism, culture, recreation | Waste management | Emergency management planning | Labrador | Infrastructure | Business | Consumer protection | Housing | Child, youth and family services | Mining | Aboriginal affairs | Government services | Health care wait times | Justice | Hazardous waste management | Early childhood learning | Workplace skills enhancement

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Edmonton Small Business Insurance Overview

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

(December 17, 2012) NEWS RELEASE: For any business owner that is operating within the city of Edmonton Canada, one of the most important things that they have to consider is Edmonton small business insurance. Why is this so important? There are many reasons, and some of the most important ones involve the overall safety and success of the business, not to mention the individual business owners themselves.

Imagine that you have a business in the area and something unexpected happens to the building. Worse yet, imagine that everything inside is destroyed. All of the good that you have worked so hard to obtain in order to stock your inventory are now gone, essentially forcing you to start from scratch. How are you going to get the money to do this if you don't have an adequate amount of insurance coverage? The sad truth is that in many cases, business owners that have sufficient insurance coverage are capable of rebuilding and eventually starting again, while those that don't may never open their doors again, no matter how hard they try to make it happen.

There are other ways that having a good insurance policy can also help you. If someone comes into your shop and they slip on something and fall down, you might find yourself in a situation where you are being held responsible for paying for medical bills and other damages unless you have a solid insurance policy behind you. Unfortunately, people do sometimes trip and fall down and while it may not seem fair that they might try to hold you responsible, that is the reality of the situation. If you have good insurance, that policy can cover their expenses but if you don't, they might make the decision to come after you and hold you financially liable on a personal level.

Now that you see how important it is that you have insurance, you know that it is time to start looking for a policy. The best thing you can do is take your time and find the policy that is right for you and the business that you have. Under no circumstances should you rush into something but you should find the right coverage so that you can continue to grow your business and enjoy it for years to come instead of constantly worrying about what might be around the corner tomorrow. In other words, having this type of insurance is simply the responsible thing to do.

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Mid-year financial update released

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

(December 13, 2012) Economic uncertainty continues to affect global markets and is having a significant impact on the fiscal situation in Newfoundland and Labrador. Today Finance minister and Treasury Board president Tom Marshall released the province’s mid-year fiscal update, noting the impact of a significant decrease in resource revenues. The projected budget deficit for 2012-13 is now expected to be $725.8 million as compared to the projected deficit of $258.4 million at the release of Budget 2012.

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Dunderdale ranked Canada's best fiscal manager

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

(December 6, 2012) Premier Kathy Dunderdale of Newfoundland and Labrador has governed with the best fiscal policy among 10 provincial premiers, according to a new report released today by the Fraser Institute, Canada’s leading public policy think-tank. [external link] The report, Measuring the Fiscal Performance of Canada’s Premiers 2012, is a relative assessment of how Canada’s premiers have managed the public finances of their provinces. It ranks 10 premiers (eight current and two former) on three components of fiscal policy: government spending, taxes, and debt and deficits.

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Premier provides update on fiscal situation

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

(July 23, 2012) Premier Kathy Dunderdale will be available to media today (Monday, July 23) at noon in front of the House of Assembly, East Block, Confederation Building.

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Latest Dunderdale government news

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

Link here to the latest news from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

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House of Assembly links

Posted By PC Party NL on January 1, 2013

Link to the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly website and sublinks

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