VIDEOS: Elections NS warehouse empties just hours after writ dropped - TheChronicleHerald.ca

The election isn't until the end of the month, but that doesn't mean Elections Nova Scotia is wasting any time. With an election announcement imminent by the estimations of anyone who pays attention 153 pallets were prepared at their main warehouse.

Spoiler alert! Provincial election called for May 30 - The Coast Halifax (blog)

To the shock of literally no one, Nova Scotia's next general election was announced on Sunday. Premier Stephen McNeil finally ripped off the Band-Aid and asked Lieutenant Governor J. J. Grant to dissolve the legislature, ending months of speculation ...

McNeil defends 'tough decisions' after calling election for May 30 - Local Xpress

Liberal leader dropped the writ after a formal meeting with Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant at Government House in Halifax. 0. about 6 hours ago by: Francis Campbell. election4. Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil kicks off his election campaign with a rally in Halifax ...

They're off! 3 Nova Scotia political parties hit the campaign trail - CBC.ca

After Sunday's announcement of a May 30 provincial election, Nova Scotia's three major political parties didn't waste any time getting their messages across to voters. NDP Leader Gary Burrill criticized Stephen McNeil's Liberals for not opening any new ...

'Strained' labour relations a hallmark of Liberals' first term - CBC.ca

Let it never be said Stephen McNeil was afraid to stand up to unions. Protesters circling Province House, chanting "Steee-vannn" and waving signs, were one of the hallmarks of the Liberal leader's first term as premier. More often than not, labour ...

OPINION: Who'll win provincial election is anyone's guess - TheChronicleHerald.ca

Conventional wisdom says this election is the Liberals' to lose. Given the source, disregard the notion. Nova Scotians abandoned convention in politics two decades ago. The Liberal nightmare is two-way races everywhere and three-way races nowhere.

Kings County candidates hit the campaign trail as May 30 election is called - The Register/Advertiser

KINGS COUNTY - When Stephen McNeil dropped the writ on April 30, candidates from all parties in the three Kings County ridings were ready to go – albeit a day later than expected. Advertisement. Many Nova Scotians expected the premier to dissolve the ...

Nova Scotians to go to the polls on May 30 - CBC.ca

Nova Scotians are heading to the polls on Tuesday, May 30. Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil met with Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant at about 1 p.m. and requested he dissolve the current House of Assembly. He left the lieutenant-governnor's residence in downtown ...

NSVotes: Meet your primary Nova Scotia party leaders - TheChronicleHerald.ca

Stephen McNeil, Jamie Baillie and Gary Burrill are in a battle for your hearts, minds and votes. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil waves to a passerby as he leaves Province House in Halifax following a press conference on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. (CP) ...

Stephen McNeil: N.S. Liberal leader looks for second straight majority - Globalnews.ca

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil fields a question at the start of the spring session of the legislature in Halifax on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial ...

Nova Scotians heading to the polls - Enfield Weekly Press

Nova Scotians will be going to the polls for a general provincial election on Tuesday, May 30. Premier Stephen McNeil met with Lt.-Gov. J. J. Grant on April 30, to ask that he dissolve the government and call a general election. By law, the campaign ...

A look at some of the major issues in Nova Scotia's election campaign - Times Colonist

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, centre, gestures toward reporters while leaving Government House with his daughter Colleen, left, and wife Andre after asking the Lieutenant Governor to dissolve the House in order to call a provincial election in ...

Relevant facts and figures in the 2017 Nova Scotia election campaign - Cape Breton Post

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, right, walks toward Government House with his daughter Colleen, left, and wife Andre to ask the Lieutenant Governor to dissolve the House in order to call a provincial election in Halifax on Sunday, April 30, 2017.

Meet Stephen McNeil: Liberal leader looks for second straight majority - Yahoo News

Notable moment: In 2013 election, he brought the Liberals back to power after 14 years, returning the party to its glory years of the 1990s by winning 33 seats in the 51-seat legislature. Spotted in his office: A photograph of late U.S. president John ...

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil drops writ for May 30 election - The Globe and Mail

Nova Scotians will go to the polls May 30 as Premier Stephen McNeil's Liberal government seeks its second mandate following a term in office largely marked by frugal spending and public sector labour strife. McNeil kicked off the campaign Sunday with a ...

Top five issues for Annapolis Valley voters to keep in mind during the Nova Scotia election - The Register/Advertiser

Rachel Creasor is a Kentville resident, parent of two young children and resource teacher at Glooscap Elementary School in Canning. She believes education should play a key role in the coming election. ©Submitted. ANNAPOLIS VALLEY, NS - With an ...

Election underway: Nova Scotians heading to the polls May 30 as McNeil drops the writ - The Spectator

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil with his wife, Andrea, in front of family photos and a vase of 10 yellow roses. Andrea McNeil presented him with the flowers when he arrived home from work on April 28 – exactly 10 years to the day he was elected ...

Ex-union boss warns against BC Liberals - News1130

BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark with workers at Supreme Steel in Delta on Thursday, April 20, 2017. (Marcella Bernardo NEWS 1130, Photo). Summary. Ironworkers Local 97 union has thrown support behind Christy Clark Liberals. Former union president ...

Acadians to fight Nova Scotia electoral map in court - Globalnews.ca

Nova Scotia's Acadian federation says it will challenge the province's riding boundaries (pictured above) in court. Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor ...

PC rookies ready to rumble in upcoming Nova Scotia election - TheChronicleHerald.ca

Rookie candidate Ray Mattie is ready to take on Finance Minister Randy Delorey on his home turf of Antigonish in Nova Scotia's upcoming provincial election. A former substitute teacher, the Progressive Conservative candidate is campaigning to cut ...