2019 Recommended Electoral Boundaries
The electoral boundaries of Nova Scotia are reviewed at least every ten years by an independent Electoral Boundaries Commission.
Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission
In April 2019, the Electoral Boundaries Commission, Chaired by Dr. Colin Dodds, released its final report entitled Balancing Effective Representation with Voter Parity. This report recommends increasing the number of electoral districts from 51 to 55. This report will be considered in the fall 2019 session of the House of Assembly.
The maps on this page represent the 55 recommended electoral boundaries that will be considered by the House of Assembly.
Recommended Provincial Electoral Boundaries
The following provincial maps depict the 55 recommended electoral district boundaries. The maps are available in PDF, Shapefile, and KML formats.
The following interactive web maps provide details about the recommended electoral district boundaries and compared them to the current 51 electoral district boundaries.
Individual Electoral District Maps