Nova Scotia’s New Democrats have released a 10-year plan for the province that would include permanent rent control and paid sick days, as the province enters the second day of the election campaign.
NDP Leader Gary Burrill released a “vision document” at an event today in which the party outlined its plan for Nova Scotia in the event of a New Democrat victory.
The upcoming election marks only the third time an August general election has been called in Nova Scotia since it joined the Canadian confederation in 1867.
Liberal Leader Iain Rankin dissolved government and called the election yesterday after weeks of speculation.
Rankin, Burrill and Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Houston all hit the pavement to canvas today.
This is Nova Scotia’s 41st general election.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 18, 2021.
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