Randy Delorey acclaimed as Liberal candidate for Antigonish

(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 first elected in 2013. During his time in government, Randy has held numerous ministerial portfolios, including Environment, Gaelic Affairs, Finance and Treasury Board, and Health and Wellness. Currently, Randy serves as Minister of Justice and Attorney General in Premier Rankin’s government.

“I’m honoured to have the opportunity to represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, for the riding of Antigonish, in the next provincial election,” says Delorey. “It has been a privilege to serve the people of Antigonish since 2013 as their MLA. I recognize that for all we have accomplished together, there is more work to be done and I remain committed to serving the people of Antigonish.”

Randy is a champion for his community and rural Nova Scotians. He has been critical in securing investments to upgrade Highway 104 to ensure it is safe for commuters. In 2018, he was a champion for nearly $60,000 to build a community and youth fitness centre in Pagtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation. In his capacity as Minister of Justice, Randy introduced the Police Identity Management Act in the most recent sitting of the legislature in response to the tragedy that affected Nova Scotia in April 2020. 

“I have had the pleasure of working alongside Randy since 2013,” says Premier Iain Rankin. “Randy is a strong voice for the people of Antigonish and all Nova Scotians. I look forward to continuing our important work together in a new Liberal government.”

 



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