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On February 27, a bill containing over 40 amendments and changes to Nova Scotia’s Election Act, passed its Second Reading. The bill was only introduced into the Nova Scotia House of Assembly last week. Government Bill No. 225, Elections Act […]

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Province House, Nova Scotia - Louperivois

On July 31, three members of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly will resign their positions to seek federal positions. The members, Chris D’Entremont, Alfie MacLeod, and Eddie Orrell, have been nominated as candidates for the Conservative Party of Canada. […]

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On October 21, 2019, the fixed date for federal elections, the election for the now-vacant seat in the House of Commons representing Kings-Hants (Nova Scotia) will be held. Because this vacancy occurred less than nine months before October’s fixed-date general […]

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Sometime before May 16, 2019, a by-election will be announced for the seat in the House of Assembly representing Sackville-Cobequid in the province of Nova Scotia. The Sackville-Cobequid seat became vacant with the resignation of MLA David Wilson on November […]

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On October 31, the Regional Council of Halifax, Nova Scotia will begin the first steps to considering a lobbying ordinance for the city. Councillor Shawn Cleary is scheduled to “request a staff report with recommendations for the creation and maintenance […]

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On April 30, the Nova Scotia House of Assembly was dissolved in order to call a provincial general election. The Chief Electoral Officer, Richard Temporale, issued writs of election for all of Nova Scotia’s 51 electoral districts. The provincial general […]

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Premier Stephen McNeil has announced by-elections will take place on July 14, 2015. The by-elections will fill vacancies in the House of Assembly for the electoral districts of Dartmouth South, Cape Breton Centre, and Sydney-Whitney Pier. The Cape Breton Centre […]

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