July 29, 2021 •
Nova Scotia General Election to be Held on August 17
The provincial general election for Nova Scotia will be held on Tuesday, August 17.
This 41st provincial general election will be held to elect a member in each of the 55 electoral districts to serve in the House of Assembly.
On July 17, the Chief Electoral Officer Richard Temporale received an order from the Governor in Council for the election. Upon this notice, Temporale issued writs of election for all 55 electoral districts.
The province’s last general election was held on May 30, 2017.
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