Friday, September 17, 2021
ANTIGONISH: Progressive Conservative (PC) candidate Michelle Thompson is heading to Province House as part of the tidal wave of blue sweeping Nova Scotia as a result of the province's 41st general election. With...
STRAIT AREA: For the second time since 2003, the province will have a summer election. Premier Iain Rankin officially dropped the writ on July 17, after meeting with Lt.-Gov. Arthur LeBlanc to dissolve the...
As part of CPAC’s Vote 2019 election coverage, it has several teams on the road, travelling the country to gather information on over 40 key strategic ridings. They are speaking to candidates, examining issues, and finding out what is preoccupying voters.
PORT HAWKESBURY: A political newcomer made headlines across the province by upsetting a cabinet minister who recently marked 20 years of political life. In unofficial results from Elections Nova Scotia, Progressive Conservative candidate Alana Paon took 3,336 votes to 3,316...
ANTIGONISH: It’s still a red riding. Incumbent Liberal Randy Delorey will continue to represent Antigonish in the provincial legislature after winning his riding with 3,877 votes. In unofficial results, Delorey defeated PC candidate Ray Mattie, who managed 3,139 votes, NDP candidate...
GUYSBOROUGH: It wasn’t even the slimmest margin of victory in his 29-year political career, but Lloyd Hines is not likely to forget the seesaw battle that marked his latest provincial election victory. The Liberal incumbent for Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie traded leads...
INVERNESS: Smiles were abundant at the Judique Fire Hall Tuesday night as Allan MacMaster, celebrating with a few hundred supporters, was re-elected as MLA for the riding of Inverness. “I’m thankful to the people of Inverness who’ve seen fit to...
On May 19 five of us, ordinary women in the Strait area, met over a cup of coffee to discuss the place and quality of palliative care in our health care system. The structure of society has undergone radical changes...
It has been a very interesting few weeks in politics, hasn’t it? This being election season, you’re stuck with it, whether or not you follow it. And while the platforms and party politics are interesting, the most fascinating part of...

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Even as it became all too clear that we were going to have a provincial election this spring, I wasn’t prepared for this campaign to have such a record-setting nature. No, I’m not talking about the shortness of the campaign,...




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