2021 Nova Scotia Provincial Election

It's official, the Nova Scotia provincial election is happening Tuesday, August 17th, 2021! The Halifax Chamber of Commerce is committed to ensuring our members are informed and engaged.

Who can vote?

If you are a Canadian citizen who is 18 years or older on election day (August 17, 2021) and have lived in Nova Scotia for the six months or more before the day the election was called (since January 17, 2021), then you have the right to vote in the 41st provincial general election.

Am I registered to vote?

Getting on the List of Electors is easy! You can register online, by mail or email, and in person when you go to vote. Voters on the list will automatically be mailed a Voter Information Card during the election. Please click here to learn more about getting on the voters list.

Safe Voting Options

There are many options available to vote safely during the 41st Provincial General Election. It is important for voters to learn about their safe voting options to make their voting plan.

You can vote by mail using a write-in ballot or vote safely in-person before election day at any returning office or early voting location in the province. On election day, you may vote safely in-person at your assigned voting location or the returning office in your electoral district.

Find out everything else you need to know for the Nova Scotia Provincial Election, here!

Learn more about the party platforms and campaigns!

Want to Know More?

If you would like to find our more information about the 2021 Election or have a question for our team, please reach out to our policy analyst, Kathleen MacEachern.

Kathleen MacEachern

Kathleen MacEachern

Senior Policy Analyst

(902) 481-1351

Email Kathleen

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