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ⓘ Sydney-Whitney Pier




Sydney-Whitney Pier
                                     

ⓘ Sydney-Whitney Pier

Sydney-Whitney Pier is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It was created in 2012 from 79% of Cape Breton Nova and 59% of Cape Breton South. The district contains the communities of Sydney and Whitney Pier.

Riding presents Derek Mombourquette Liberal party of Nova Scotia. He won a place in the smear 14, 2015 after the resignation of MLAS Gordie Gosse.

                                     
  • sponsorship from Molson Breweries, the team moved to Whitney Pier Nova Scotia and became the Whitney Pier Canadians. In 2007, they moved to Dominion, Nova
  • DISCO, which constructed a steel mill on the south side of Sydney Harbour in Sydney s Whitney Pier neighbourhood, opening in 1901 this was in direct competition
  • riding has elected the following Members of the Legislative Assembly: Sydney - Whitney Pier - Constituency History Nova Scotia Legislature Electoral Boundaries
  • Scotia in the early 1900s settling largely in the neighbourhood of Whitney Pier in Sydney In Cape Breton, they established chapters of the United Negro Improvement
  • mill was established on the southeast side of Sydney Harbour in the Whitney Pier neighbourhood of Sydney Nova Scotia in 1901 by American investors. This
  • Clotilda Adessa Coward in Whitney Pier Nova Scotia. Growing up, her family dealt with racism while living in Whitney Pier Her father was forced to quit
  • 2004, serving until his retirement in 2019. Raised in the Whitney Pier neighbourhood of Sydney Nova Scotia, MacDonald received a Bachelor of Arts from
  • community, a member and vestryman of Saint Alban s Anglican Church in Whitney Pier treasurer of the Ethiopian Community Club and secretary of the Court
  • David MacKeen. This process took some months, and Whitney was not ready to consolidate operations at Sydney until early 1893. On February 1, 1893, Dominion
  • Governor of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Born in Sydney Nova Scotia and raised in Whitney Pier she is the daughter of Archpriest George A. Francis

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