HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservatives are promising a tax credit of up to $200 for school supplies if the party forms the next government.
Leader Jamie Baillie says parents and teachers would be eligible under the plan, which he expects would cost about $3.9 million annually.
Baillie says the move is aimed at helping families make ends meet.
Baillie made the campaign-style announcement today in Halifax.
The NDP government is past the fourth year of its mandate and could call an election any time.