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More Nova Scotians than ever have found jobs under the province’seconomic growth strategy, Premier John Hamm said today, Jan. 9. According to today’s monthly employment report from StatisticsCanada, more than 7,000 new jobs were created in Nova Scotiaduring the last 12 months. The total number of working NovaScotians now stands at 439,500 for the month of December 2003 – an all-time high. “Despite the challenges of the last year, our government’s planfor growth and job creation through lower taxes is clearlyworking,” said Premier Hamm. “By growing the economy throughlower taxes, not only will more Nova Scotians find jobs, but NovaScotia will also have more money for the things people careabout, like health care and education.” Numerous independent private-sector forecasters, including theConference Board of Canada and the Atlantic Provinces EconomicCouncil, predicted economic growth and job creation in theprovince for 2003 and 2004. This was based in part on NovaScotia’s plan for lower taxes, a key part of Opportunities forProsperity, the economic growth strategy launched in the fall of2000. “Lower taxes help working families and they help build astronger, more prosperous Nova Scotia,” added the premier. During the summer of 2003, the government issued taxpayer refundsto more than 400,000 Nova Scotia taxpayers. Starting Jan. 1,2004, income tax rates were reduced by 10 per cent, making NovaScotia income tax rates the lowest east of Ontario. The lower-taxplan also removes 3,500 low-income Nova Scotians from theprovince’s tax rolls.