Liberal Candidate for Antigonish
Born and raised in Antigonish, the Honourable Randy Delorey was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly in 2013 and was re-elected in 2017. He has served with distinction as Minister of Environment, Minister of Finance and Treasury Board, Minister of Health and Wellness, and Minister of Gaelic Affairs.
In 2021, he was appointed Attorney General and Minister of Justice, chairing the Law Amendments Committee. He is a former professor in the Faculty of Business at St. Francis Xavier University and a proud StFX alumnus. With his wife Michelle, they have four children.
Get in touch with Randy’s Campaign Office:
Phone: (902) 870-1884
Campaign Office: 155 Main Street, Suite 101, Antigonish, NS, B2G 2B6
Nova Scotia is ready to take the next step. We have an opportunity, right now, and an obligation to leave a better legacy for our children – by increasing equity, protecting the environment and building a better tomorrow.Learn More
As a former business professor who comes from a family of teachers, Randy has seen firsthand the power that education has for our children in opening their minds to a world of possibilities for their future. Our graduates from one of our many world-class post-secondary institutions, like StFX, are finding meaningful and well-paying jobs right here in Nova Scotia because of the policies of our government, including the Graduate to Opportunity program.
Through our innovation in pre-primary education, our local investments in new teachers and educational support workers, and our investments at StFX and NSCC, we are preparing the youth of today for the future of tomorrow.
Our health care system, and its resiliency has never been more evident as we emerge from the third wave of the pandemic. Our doctors and nurses, pharmacists and other health care workers have tirelessly worked to keep us safe and healthy.
Our government’s continuing investments in doctor and nurse recruitment, creating more spaces in medical school, establishing a registry to help every Nova Scotian find a primary care provider, and in new programs and services including mental health, telehealth and virtual health care delivery, autism support, and orthopaedic surgery.
These investments have helped contribute to Nova Scotia managing the pandemic better than most other provinces and continuing to improve our provincial health care outcomes.
From introducing legislation to end the flow of effluent into Boat Harbour, to expanding our protected parks and wilderness areas, to addressing issues of coastal erosion and climate change, our government is leading a progressive, made-in-Nova Scotia approach to protecting our environment, including our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
While other issues will continue to occupy our attention, let us not forget about the important investments our government has made in our local community. With over $150 million invested in Antigonish by our provincial Liberal government since 2013, we are benefitting from these important investments, including:
And most importantly, funding for dozens of community groups and social agencies including Antigonish Affordable Housing, Antigonish Community Transit, Antigonish Culture Alive, Antigonish Farmers’ Market, Antigonish Highland Society, CACL Antigonish, Festival Antigonish, Paqtnkek First Nation, the Pomquet Development Society, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59, St. Andrew District Community Centre, St. Joseph’s Lakeside Community Centre, Sustainable Antigonish, and many, many more.
Together with your support, we can continue to ensure a strong, prosperous, and growing Nova Scotia for many years to come.
Elections Nova Scotia has made it easy and convenient for you to vote safely in this election. Now is the time to make your vote plan to ensure your voice is heard.
Every Day: You can vote every day at 133 Church St, Antigonish – Monday to Saturday, 9am to 6pm
Advance Poll: You can vote early at Advance Polls from August 7 to 14
Mail: You can apply for a write-in ballot, visit electionsnovascotia.ca/WriteinBallot
Election Day: Vote on Election Day, Tuesday, August 17Additional Voting Information Vote Safe
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