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Proposed Federal Boundary Changes Affect Prospect Communities

Proposed Federal Boundary Changes Affect Prospect Communities

Proposed Federal Boundary Changes Affect Prospect Communities
Public hearing on changes to Halifax West Riding Sept 17th, 7p.m. at Quality Inn, 980 Parkland Dr. By proclamation, on February 21, 2012, the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Nova Scotia (the Commission) was established under and by virtue of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-3 (the Act). The Commission is composed of Dr. Louise Carbert, a political science professor, and Dr. David Blaikie, a law professor, both of Dalhousie University, who have been appointed by the Speaker of the House of Commons, and the Honourable Allan P. Boudreau, the undersigned Chair, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, who has been appointed by the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia. The Commission’s task is to establish, or more properly stated to readjust, the boundaries of federal electoral districts (sometimes called constituencies or ridings) in accordance with population figures established for the Province by the 2011 decennial census. The Province is now divided into 11 electoral districts, and that number will not change….. Continue Reading –>

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