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Housing is a human right, and we cannot simply rely on the current market forces to deal with the housing crisis. The recent events that saw police evicting people from shelters were disturbing and highlighted that government must do more to help and support those who...

 BERWICK, NS – A re-elected Rankin government will invest $1.75 million annually to support women and their newborn babies by expanding the provincial midwifery program.  Increasing the number of midwives from 16 to 24 and extending midwifery to communities in the Annapolis Valley and Cape Breton...

CHESTER, NS - Premier Iain Rankin, today, highlighted the Liberal’s commitment to twinning two more crucial sections of Nova Scotia’s highways and expanding the gravel roads program.  A re-elected Liberal government will apply to the federal government for funding to twin the most dangerous sections of...

 SHUBENACADIE, NS – Premier Iain Rankin, today, highlighted key planks in the Liberal Party’s agriculture platform, including programs to manage the risks associated with farming to support our local food producers, who are the backbone of our rural communities.  Food is the largest industry in Nova...

HALIFAX, NS – Premier Iain Rankin, today, announced a Liberal government will explore the concept of adopting a provincial vaccine certificate for Nova Scotians to show proof of immunization when dining at restaurants, shopping, visiting gyms and other businesses.  The Liberal government will support businesses with...

 HALIFAX, NS – Premier Iain Rankin, today, highlighted the more than $4 billion in spending for new hospitals, emergency care centres, and community health centres that will completely transform the way healthcare is delivered in Nova Scotia.  From Halifax to Sydney to Yarmouth to Shelburne and to...

Nova Scotia Tax Credits

Nova Scotia residents can donate up to $5,000 per year to each political party. Your first $1,000 is eligible for a generous 75% tax credit (That means the first $1,000 donated only costs you $250.)

 
For information on provincial political contributions visit Elections Nova Scotia.
For information on claiming provincial tax credits visit Canada Revenue Agency.
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In Nova Scotia, we have a dual membership program that grants membership status in the Nova Scotia Liberal Party as well as the Liberal Party of Canada. Registering as a Liberal member only takes a few minutes. After completing the process, you will automatically become a member of both the provincial and federal Liberal Party.
 
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