Premier Iain Rankin is focused on leading the province’s response as we work to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the virus. Today, sixty-six new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Nova Scotia. In response to the cases in several schools in the...

Suzanne Lohnes-Croft has been acclaimed as the candidate for Lunenburg and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination meeting took place entirely virtually. Suzanne has represented the riding of Lunenburg in the Nova Scotia Legislature as...

Joyce Treen has been acclaimed as the candidate for Eastern Passage and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Joyce was first elected in 2013 as the MLA for Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage and served her riding until 2017. Prior to entering...

Braedon Clark has been acclaimed as the candidate for Bedford South and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Braedon grew up in Bedford and attended Dalhousie University and Carleton University before working in politics and journalism across the country. He...

(Halifax, NS) - Kelly Regan has been acclaimed as the candidate for Bedford Basin and will officially represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Kelly has been representing her constituents in the Nova Scotia Legislature since 2009. Since then, she has held...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is pleased to announce that we’re calling our first four Liberal Candidate Nomination Meetings for the following Electoral District Associations: Bedford South Annapolis Kings West Pictou Centre Speeches from candidates will be held virtually on the weekend of April 18. The...

Third Session of the 63rd General Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature—March 9th, 2021    Recovery, Renewal, Respect — Nova Scotia’s Next Chapter Mr. Speaker, Members of the Legislature, ladies and gentlemen, Nova Scotians. Welcome to the 3rd Session of the 63rd General Assembly of the Nova Scotia...

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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