ⓘ Chester-St. Margaret's

Chester-St. Margarets

ⓘ Chester-St. Margarets

Chester - St. Margarets is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It is located on the South Shore.

The constituency was created in 1956 as a subdivision of Lunenburg County. It was called the Lunenburg East from 1956 to 1993. In 1993, the district was renamed Chester - St. Margarets and received Tancook island from the center of Lunenburg and the Bay of St Margarets from the Halifax St. Margarets. In 2003, she received the communities of West Dover and Bayside. In 2012 the district lost the top of Tantallon North of highway 103 to Hammonds plains-Lucasville.

The area includes the municipality of Chester and the communities in the regional administration Halifax along the coast of the Gulf of Saint Margarets, including the Bay of Halifax. Major towns in the riding include Hubbards, Chester, Western shore, Boutiliers point and head across St Margarets.

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