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ⓘ 56th General Assembly of Nova Scotia




                                     

ⓘ 56th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

56th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between May 25, 1993, and February 12, 1998, its membership being set in the 1993 Nova Scotia general election. The Liberals led by John Savage formed the government. Russell MacLellan replaced Savage as party leader and Premier in 1997.

                                     
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