Elections Nova Scotia

First Time Voters Being Encouraged To Register

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April 19, 2017

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April 19, 2017
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Canada's Longest Serving Returning Officer Retires

Many Canadians are only directly involved in the electoral process when they head to a polling station to vote for their local councillor, member of provincial legislature or federal parliament. Others have made a career working in politics and some serve democracy by making sure the electoral process is run fairly and transparently. Yet, few in this country have been part of the democratic process with the longevity and dedication of retiring Returning Officer Ray LeBlanc. No one federally, or in any province or territory, has held the position of Returning Officer for as long as LeBlanc.

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February 24, 2017
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Canada's Longest Serving Returning Officer Retires

Ray LeBlanc has Retired as Returning Officer for Cape Breton-Richmond after serving inthat role for 54 years.
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Many Canadians are only directly involved in the electoral process when they head to a polling station to vote for their local councillor, member of provincial legislature or federal parliament. Others have made a career working in politics and some serve democracy by making sure the electoral process is run fairly and transparently. Yet, few in this country have been part of the democratic process with the longevity and dedication of retiring Returning Officer Ray LeBlanc. No one federally, or in any province or territory, has held the position of Returning Officer for as long as LeBlanc.

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First Nations to Collaborate with ENS in Next General Election

Elections Nova Scotia’s Chief Electoral Officer and the Assembly of First Nations’ Regional
Chief have agreed to work together to enhance elections services offered on Reserve in the next provincial general election.

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February 16, 2017
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First Nations & ENS Collaboration Strategy

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First Nations to Collaborate with Elections Nova Scotia in Next General Election

February 16, 2017

Elections Nova Scotia’s Chief Electoral Officer and the Assembly of First Nations’ Regional Chief have agreed to work together to enhance elections services offered on Reserve in the next provincial general election.

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Halifax Needham By-election August 2016, Volume 1 Report Tabled

The Report of the Chief Electoral Officer on the Proceedings of the Halifax Needham By- Election August 30, 2016 Volume I: Statement of Votes and Statistics was tabled in the
House of Assembly last evening. In addition to the report documenting the results and
analysis of voting opportunities and elector participation, the Chief Electoral Officer presents
two recommendations. Volume II: Statement of Financial information & Statistics will be
released once the candidate and party filings have been reviewed.

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February 15, 2017
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Update - Ninth Compliance Agreement in Municipality of the County of Richmond

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February 1, 2017
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Report Released on the Investigation into Breaches of the Elections Act in the Municipality of the County of Richmond

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January 27, 2017
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