Reviewing electoral boundaries

Reviewing electoral boundaries

An indepedent commission was struck to examine the electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia. A huge part of the debate has included the future of Acadian ridings, which have been protected constiuencies in the past.

 Southwest Nova Scotia Electoral Districts

03 Argyle-Barrington

08 Clare-Digby

42 Queens-Shelburne

51 Yarmouth

Yarmouth unchanged; Acadian ridings eliminated

September 25, 2012 - 9 h 42

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

NovaNewsNow.com

 

The Electoral Boundaries Commission has released its final report.

The report calls for no changes to the Yarmouth...

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Yarmouth unchanged; Acadian ridings eliminated

Acadian commission member against changes

September 25, 2012 - 9 h 25

Not all members of the Electoral Boundaries Commission agree with the recommendation made to government to eliminate three protected Acadian constituencies.

The final report contains...

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Acadian commission member against changes

Landry accepts boundaries report will be late

August 22, 2012 - 8 h 24

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

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The province’s attorney general accepts that that Electoral Boundaries Commission requires more time to file its final report, although...

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Landry accepts boundaries report will be late

Commission seeking 3-week extension

August 21, 2012 - 10 h 16

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

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Just like it needed more than the allotted time to hear presentations at its session in Yarmouth, the commission reviewing...

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Commission seeking 3-week extension

Commission focusing on final report

August 20, 2012 - 10 h 32

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

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For one group comes the work.

For everyone else comes the wait.

The Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries...

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Commission focusing on final report

Boundaries meeting draws 2,500 people

August 13, 2012 - 23 h 18

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

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You know people are passionate about an issue when you have around 2,200 chairs at a meeting and it still isn’t enough to accommodate...

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Boundaries meeting draws 2,500 people

Keep Yarmouth united says MLA

August 14, 2012 - 5 h 54

By Tina Comeau

THE VANGUARD

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Yarmouth Liberal MLA Zach Churchill told members of the province’s electoral boundaries commission that if the review...

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Keep Yarmouth united says MLA

Go back to original report, commission urged

August 14, 2012 - 14 h 56

By Eric Bourque

THE VANGUARD

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Representatives of the Acadian community told the commission reviewing Nova Scotia’s provincial...

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Go back to original report, commission urged

Clare tells commission: keep status quo

August 14, 2012 - 21 h 55

The province's Electoral Boundaries Commission held a public consultation session in Clare on the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 14.

Around 300 people turned out for the session that was aimed at...

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Clare tells commission: keep status quo