2020 Municipal Election

The results are in!

For the past few weeks, we have been working with interested individuals and cycling groups in Nova Scotia to reach out to candidates in different areas of the province. The upcoming municipal election will determine who will be making active transportation and cycling infrastructure decisions for the next 4 years. Responses from this survey, below, can be used to help you better understand their position on active transportation infrastructure.

Spread the word, and don’t forget to vote October 17th!

Cape Breton Regional Municipality

Candidates for Mayor

Responses were received from 2 candidates for Mayor: Cecil Clarke and Amanda McDougall.

Both candidates expressed their positive support for government spending for active transportation infrastructure, building beyond minimum standard active transportation infrastructure, and creating direct and convenient transport routes for the public.

Candidates for Councillor

Responses were received from 9 candidates in Cape Breton Regional Municipality, including candidates in the following Districts:

  • District 1
  • District 3
  • District 5
  • District 6
  • District 7
  • District 11

None of the responses are from incumbents.

Wolfville

In Wolfville, all candidates for council and for mayor responded to the survey. The majority of responses supported increased spending, infrastructure that exceeds minimum standards and active transportation infrastructure that uses the most direct and convenient routes.

See all candidate responses for Wolfville

Halifax Regional Municipality

Results from the Halifax Survey can be found on the Halifax Cycling Coalition Website.

See results for Halifax Regional Municipality
Pictou County

Responses were received from 4 candidates in Pictou County, representing the following Districts:

  • District 3
  • District 5
  • District 10
  • District 12

Online and telephone voting is available until the 17th. In-person voting will take place on Saturday October 17th. For more details on how to vote in Pictou County, please visit the Pictou County Election website.

We would like to also thank our partners and supporters in this initiative. The information gathered in this survey will help us to continue an open dialogue with elected officials over the next four years. In particular, we would like to thank the Halifax Cycling Coalition, who drafted the initial version of the survey, which was then adapted for each specific region.

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