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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil drops writ for May 30 election - Macleans.ca

McNeil needs to hold on to ridings in metro Halifax for the Liberals to win a second straight majority. Keith Doucette, The Canadian Press. April 30, 2017. Twitter · Facebook · Reddit · Email. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, left, announces that ...and more »

Public to be consulted — again — on minority electoral representation - CBC.ca

The McNeil government has formed an independent commission to consult with Acadians and African-Nova Scotians on effective electoral representation. The commission will travel around the province to gather feedback from the public on so-called ...and more »

Nova Scotia Election: Kings West candidates - Globalnews.ca

Quick take: The incumbent is Liberal MLA Leo Glavine. It is considered a safe seat for the Grits. READ MORE: All our Nova Scotia Election 2017 coverage. Candidates. Story continues below. Liberal: Glavine has been in legislature since 2003. He served ...and more »

Nova Scotia Election: Full ridings list - Globalnews.ca

Voters in Nova Scotia go to the polls on May 30, for the province's 40th general election. Global News has complete coverage of the N.S. election 2017. Here is a full list of the 51 ridings in the provincial election, including a link to the riding ...and more »

Nova Scotia Power says it's on track to reach 2020 renewable-energy target - CBC.ca

Nova Scotia Power says it's on track to reach its mandated target of 40 per cent renewable energy by 2020 after a new usage record was set in 2016. Last year, 28 per cent of the electricity used by Nova Scotians came from renewable resources, the ...and more »

Nova Scotia Election: Liberals field the most men, Tories the most white candidates - Globalnews.ca

Nova Scotia's three main party leaders are defending the levels of minority representation and gender equity among their candidates standing for election. Legislature reporter Marieke Walsh breaks down the numbers. X. - A A +. Listen. As Nova Scotia's ...and more »

'I didn't train to be the premier': Liberal leader Stephen McNeil as he prepares for Nova Scotia election - Globalnews.ca

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil is seen in his office in Halifax on Friday, April 21, 2017. McNeil is a soft-spoken man with a lower-register voice and a somewhat imposing 6-foot-5 frame. Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press. X. - A A +. Listen ...and more »

Duelling infrastructure promises from PCs and Liberals on campaign trail - CBC.ca

Stephen McNeil and Jamie Baillie seldom see eye to eye, but both party leaders were focusing their campaigns Monday on money for roads, buildings and other capital projects. The Liberal government quietly set aside $50 million in the provincial budget ...and more »

McNeil's major move: Reorganizing health care - CBC.ca

The first term of Stephen McNeil's Liberal government was punctuated by a series of big moves that led to big fights. In some cases, the consequences of those decisions — and the ensuing reactions — are already becoming apparent. For others, it will ...and more »

Liberal promotional material points to May 30 election - CBC.ca

Another strong indication that Premier Stephen McNeil will soon be sending Nova Scotians to the polls is promotional material obtained by CBC News that says May 30 will be election day. The advertisement was uploaded to a section of the Liberal Party's ...and more »