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ⓘ Queens-Shelburne




Queens-Shelburne
                                     

ⓘ Queens-Shelburne

Queens-Shelburne is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. The riding was created in 2012 with 89 per cent of the former district of Queens, 46 per cent of the former district of Shelburne and 1 per cent of the former district of Digby-Annapolis. It consists of the towns of Lockeport and Shelburne, the Municipality of the District of Shelburne, and the Region of Queens Municipality.

                                     
  • Only the rural counties of Annapolis, Colchester, Hants, Kings, Queens and Shelburne voted in favour of continuing prohibition. Angus L. Macdonald: A
  • This is a list of historic places in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. List of historic places in Nova Scotia List of National Historic Sites of Canada in
  • Inverness County Kings County Lunenburg County Pictou County Richmond County Shelburne County Victoria County Yarmouth County List of National Historic Sites
  • the election of 1945 as a Member of the Liberal Party in the riding of Shelburne - Yarmouth - Clare. He also served as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister
  • nomination of Shelburne River as a Canadian Heritage River. He retired from provincial politics in 1999. He was elected Mayor of the Region of Queens Municipality
  • John Wells County of Queens Snow Parker, George Collins County of Hants William Cottnam Tonge, Shubael Dimock County of Shelburne Jacob Van Buskirk
  • Guysborough Halifax Hants Inverness Kings Lunenburg Pictou Queens Richmond Shelburne Victoria Yarmouth King s County Prince County Queen s County

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