WATCH: Candidates' Address to Delegates

June 30th @ 7 pm – Live from Mount St. Vincent University

are you joining us at the nova centre on july 9th?

On July 9th, we will be coming together for the first time in too long to choose our next leader and Nova Scotia’s next Premier. If you are a registered delegate, RSVP now to attend the leadership convention, for free and in person, at the Nova Centre in Halifax.

Your Official Candidates

Angela Simmonds

Angela is the MLA for Preston, and Deputy Speaker of the Nova Scotia Legislature. Prior to entering public life, she was a lawyer and small-business owner. She and her husband Dean have 3 children, and they are proud grandparents. Angela brings a fresh perspective to politics in Nova Scotia.

Hon. Zach churchill

First elected as the MLA for Yarmouth in 2010, Zach Churchill is a dedicated father, husband, and leader. His time as Minister of Health, Education, and more has prepared him for the challenge of leading our party with a unique combination of experience, vision, and determination.

questions & answers

A voting delegate fee of $20 will be charged at the time of registration.

Beginning March 28th at 9:00AM, Nova Scotia Liberals can register online here to become a voting delegate. A voting delegate fee of $20 will be charged at the time of registration.

For those unable to register online, there will be a limited paper registration process. A paper form is available to download here. Use of the paper registration process must comply with the rules of the Leadership. 

Paper form

To vote in Leadership 2022, members must have registered and paid their fees by June 9, 2022

As a delegate, you will automatically become a member of both the provincial Nova Scotia Liberal Party (provincial) and the Liberal Party of Canada (federal).

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Nova Scotia tax credits

Nova Scotia residents can donate up to $5,000 per year to each political party. Your first $1,000 is eligible for a generous 75% tax credit (That means the first $1,000 donated only costs you $250.)


For information on provincial political contributions visit Elections Nova Scotia.

For information on claiming provincial tax credits visit Canada Revenue Agency.