(Halifax, NS) - Colin Coady has been elected as the Liberal candidate for Halifax Needham and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination process was conducted virtually. Colin grew up in Halifax before attending St. Francis...

(Halifax, NS) - Susan MacLeod has been acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Queens and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination meeting was conducted virtually. Susan was elected as Municipal Councillor for the Region of...

Our Liberal government recognizes small businesses are the backbone of our economy. This third wave is hitting them hard – and so today our government is investing $17.2m in the Small Business Impact Grant Part 3 program. This program will provide an immediate $5,000 top-up for...

(Halifax, NS) - Penny Smith has been acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Shelburne and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination meeting was conducted virtually. In 2016, Penny was elected to the Council of the...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is pleased to announce that we’re calling six Liberal Candidate Nomination Meetings for the following Electoral District Associations:
  • Pictou East
  • Halifax Chebucto
  • Victoria-The Lakes
  • Inverness
  • Cape Breton East
  • Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River

(Halifax, NS) - Geof Turner has been acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Kings North and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination meeting was conducted virtually. Geof is a proud resident of Steam Mill where...

(Halifax, NS) - Randy Delorey has been acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Antigonish and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination meeting was conducted virtually. Randy has served as the MLA for Antigonish since being...

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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