Elections Nova Scotia

Request for Proposals for a Nova Scotia Internet Voting Solution

Request for Proposals for a Nova Scotia Internet Voting Solution

Media Release: September 27, 2022

Elections Nova Scotia – Elections Nova Scotia (ENS) has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) through the Nova Scotia Tender website for an internet voting solution (RFP# ENS2022-01-RFP).

Through the RFP, ENS invites qualified firms to submit proposals that include all related software services, IT infrastructure and hosting services, as well as training, support, and the full management of a highly secure internet voting solution.

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September 27, 2022
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RFP for a Nova Scotia Internet Voting Solution

Elections Nova Scotia has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) through the Nova Scotia Tender website for an internet voting solution.
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Through the RFP, ENS invites qualified firms to submit proposals that include all related software services, IT infrastructure and hosting services, as well as training, support, and the full management of a highly secure internet voting solution.

The Government of Nova Scotia made amendments to the Elections Act in 2021 to introduce a fixed date cycle for provincial general elections and to permit the use of internet voting, especially by those who are members of the Canadian Armed Forces stationed outside the province during an election event.

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Elections Nova Scotia Launches New Strategic Plan

Elections Nova Scotia has released a new strategic plan that will guide the organization over the next four years (2022-2026) in preparation for the 42nd Provincial General Election in 2025.
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Elections Nova Scotia’s new four-year strategic plan lays out five commitments focused on improving electoral services for Nova Scotians, building relationships with stakeholders and partners, and supporting election workers. The plan outlines how ENS will continue to modernize the democratic process, enabling voters to access services and vote in ways that suit their needs. The plan was shaped by feedback from staff as well as from returning officers and stakeholders, such as registered political parties and the public.

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Elections Nova Scotia Launches New Strategic Plan

Elections Nova Scotia Launches New Strategic Plan

Media Release: July 7, 2022

Elections Nova Scotia – Elections Nova Scotia (ENS) has released a new strategic plan that will guide the organization over the next four years (2022-2026) in preparation for the 42nd Provincial General Election in 2025.

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July 7, 2022
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Political Donations Annual Report 2021

Political Donations Annual Report 2021

Media Release: June 23, 2022

Elections Nova Scotia – Elections Nova Scotia (ENS) has released the Political Donations Annual Report for the period from January 1 – December 31, 2021.

The report contains the 2021 disclosure statements filed by registered political parties and electoral district associations. Statements show the name and community of each person who donated $200 or more.

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June 23, 2022
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Political Donations Annual Report 2021

Elections Nova Scotia has released the Political Donations Annual Report for the period from January 1 – December 31, 2021.
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The Political Donations Annual Report contains the 2021 disclosure statements filed by registered political parties and electoral district associations. Statements show the name and community of each person who donated $200 or more.

Click here to view the full Political Donations Annual Report for 2021. The statements are available in both PDF and Excel formats.

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Volume II, Report on the Conduct of the Election and Recommendations for Legislative Change

Volume II, Report on the Conduct of the Election and Recommendations for Legislative Change

Media Release: Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Elections Nova Scotia – The Chief Electoral Officer has released the second volume of post-election reporting for the 41st Provincial General Election held on August 17, 2021.

Release date: 
May 24, 2022
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Volume II, Report and Recommendations for Legislative Change

The Chief Electoral Officer has released the second volume of post-election reporting for the 41st Provincial General Election held on August 17, 2021.
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Volume II, Report on the Conduct of the Election and Recommendations for Legislative Change

The Report of the Chief Electoral Officer on the Proceedings of the 41st Provincial General Election held August 17, 2021, is presented in three volumes. Volume I, Statement of Votes & Statistics was released on January 31, 2022.

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Chief Electoral Officer Richard Temporale Has Retired

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) for the Province of Nova Scotia, Richard Temporale, retired on Tuesday, May 31, 2022.
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Chief Electoral Officer Richard Temporale Has Retired

The position of CEO is vital to the delivery of democracy and the management of the electoral process in the province. Mr. Temporale has served Nova Scotia as CEO since 2012 and also served as the Assistant Chief Electoral Officer from 2008 – 2012. During his tenure, Mr. Temporale provided exemplary leadership through four provincial elections, 17 by-elections, and five judicial recounts.

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Chief Electoral Officer Richard Temporale Retiring

Chief Electoral Officer Richard Temporale Retiring

Media Release: Wednesday December 15, 2021

Elections Nova Scotia - The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) for the Province of Nova Scotia, Richard Temporale, will retire on Tuesday, May 31, 2022.

Release date: 
May 19, 2022
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