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This is a list of articles about members of the Nova Scotia, Canada, branch of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), a social democratic political party, and its successor, the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party (NDP).

1933 general election Edit

The CCF nominated candidates in the 1933 election, but won no seats.

1937 general election Edit

The CCF did not nominate candidates in this election.

1939 by-election Edit

The CCF won one seat in the 26-member Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia.

1941 general election Edit

In the 1941 election, the CCF won two more seats, for a total of three seats in the 26-member legislature.

1945 general election Edit

In the 1945 election, the CCF won two of the 26 seats in the Legislature.

1953 general election Edit

In the 1953 election, the CCF won two of the 32 seats in the Legislature.

1956 general election Edit

In the 1956 election, the CCF won one of the 40 seats in the Legislature.

1960 general election Edit

In the 1960 election, the CCF won one of the 40 seats in the Legislature.

1963 to 1969 general elections Edit

1970 general election Edit

In the 1970 election, the NDP won two of the 42 seats in the Legislature.

  • Jeremy Ackerman - Cape Breton East 1970-1974-1978-1980by (resigned due to government appointment, NDP lost subsequent by-election)
  • Paul MacEwan - Cape Breton Nova 1970-1974-1978-1980 (left NDP in 1980, ran as independent in 1981)

1974 general election Edit

In the 1974 election, the NDP won an additional seat for a total of three of the 43 seats in the Legislature.

1978 general election Edit

In the 1978 election, the NDP won an additional seat for a total of four of the 50 seats in the Legislature.

1981 general election Edit

In the 1981 election, the NDP won only one seat in the 52-member Legislature.

  • Alexa McDonough - Halifax Chebucto 1981-1984-1988-1993 , Halifax Fairview 1993-1996by (left to become federal NDP leader)

1984 general election Edit

In the 1984 election, the NDP won two additional seats for a total of three of the 52 seats in the Legislature.

  • Bob Levy - Kings South 1984-1988 (Government Appointment, NDP lost)
  • John Holm - Sackville 1984-1988-1993, Sackville-Cobequid 1993-1998-1999-2003 (retired, NDP won)

1988 general election Edit

In the 1988 election, the NDP two seats in the 52-seat the Legislature.

1991 by-election Edit

In a 1991 by-election, the NDP won an additional seat for a total of three seats in the Legislature.

  • Robert Chisholm - Halifax Atlantic 1991by-1993-1998-1999-2003 (retired, NDP won)

1993 general election Edit

In the 1993 election, the NDP won three seats in the 52-seat the Legislature.

1996 Edit

In 1996, one member from another party crossed the floor to the NDP.

  • Eileen O'Connell - Halifax Fairview 1996by-1998-1999-2001by (Left politics, NDP won)

1997 by-election Edit

In a 1997 by-election, the NDP won an additional seat for a total of four seats in the Legislature.

1998 general election Edit

In the 1998 election, the NDP won an additional 15 seats for a total of 19 of the 52 seats in the Legislature.

1999 Edit

In 1999, one Progressive Conservative member crossed the floor to the NDP.

  • Hinrich Bitter-Suermann - Chester-St. Margaret's 1998-1998-1999* (Elected as a PC, switched to NDP over Budget, ran, NDP lost), former Nova Scotia NDP leadership candidate

1999 general election Edit

In the 1999 election, the NDP won eleven seats in the 52-seat Legislature.

===2001 by-election === (switch) In a 1997 by-election, the NDP won a by-election to replace an NDP member who left the Legislature.

2003 general election Edit

In the 2003 election, the NDP won an additional three seats for a total of 15 of the 52 seats in the Legislature.

Early CCF organizersEdit

See alsoEdit

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