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Draft Boundary Proposals for Public Input

The Nova Scotia House of Assembly Act requires the appointment of an independent Electoral Boundaries Commission to recommend the boundaries and names for all electoral districts across the province of Nova Scotia. View the draft.

Current Commission Reports: 

Prior Commission Reports:

Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Maps:

  • Draft Boundary Proposals 2018
    This map shows the draft boundary proposals that the Commission has created for their first round of public consultations across the province. The map depicts a possible 55 ridings, with previously protected seats reinstated (Clare, Argyle, Richmond, Preston) as well as an added constituency in the Bedford area. The map depicts a possible Cheticamp riding as number 99. The data in the tables shows the voter count of Nova Scotia divided up into each riding, as well the +/- 25 percent deviation for voter as per the Terms of Reference established by the Select Committee on Establishing an Electoral Boundaries Commission. This data is based off of the Nova Scotia Register of Electors Data from June, 2018.

    View the Draft Boundary Proposals 2018 Map
    We apologize that this map is currently only available in English. We are awaiting translated copies.)

  • Final Boundaries Map from 2012 Commission
    This map depicts current Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries as drafted in the Final Report of the Electoral Boundaries Commission 2012. For more information, please see link to the Final Report of the Electoral Boundaries Commission 2012.

    View the 2012 Boundaries Map
    We apologize that this map is currently only available in English. We are awaiting translated copies.)

  • Interim 2011/2012 Boundaries Map
    This map depicts the boundaries as proposed by the Commission on Electoral Boundaries in 2012. This map contains 52 boundaries, in which the previously protected seats (Clare, Argyle, Richmond, Preston) were maintained. For more information on this report, please see link to the 2012 Electoral Boundaries Commission’s Interim report.

    View the 2011/2012 Interim Boundary Map
    We apologize that this map is currently only available in English. We are awaiting translated copies.)