Digby (provincial Electoral District)

Digby was a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It existed from 1867 to 1993.

Nova Scotia provincial electoral districts
Current Annapolis • Antigonish • Argyle • Bedford-Birch Cove • Cape Breton Centre • Cape Breton North • Cape Breton Nova • Cape Breton South • Cape Breton West • Chester-St. Margaret's • Clare • Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley • Colchester North • Cole Harbour • Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage • Cumberland North • Cumberland South • Dartmouth East • Dartmouth North • Dartmouth South-Portland Valley • Digby-Annapolis • Eastern Shore • Glace Bay • Guysborough-Sheet Harbour • Halifax Atlantic • Halifax Chebucto • Halifax Citadel • Halifax Clayton Park • Halifax Fairview • Halifax Needham • Hammonds Plains-Upper Sackville • Hants East • Hants West • Inverness • Kings North • Kings South • Kings West • Lunenburg • Lunenburg West • Pictou Centre • Pictou East • Pictou West • Preston • Queens • Richmond • Sackville-Cobequid • Shelburne • Timberlea-Prospect • Truro-Bible Hill • Victoria-The Lakes • Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank • Yarmouth
Historic to 2003: Bedford-Fall River • Cape Breton East • Cape Breton The Lakes • Dartmouth South • Dartmouth-Cole Harbour • Halifax Bedford Basin • Sackville-Beaver Bank • Victoria
to 1993: Annapolis East • Annapolis West • Colchester South • Cumberland Centre • Cumberland East • Cumberland West • Digby • Guysborough • Halifax Cornwallis • Halifax Eastern Shore • Halifax St. Margarets • Inverness North • Inverness South • Lunenburg Centre • Lunenburg East • Sackville
to 1978: Colchester • Halifax Cobequid
to 1967: Halifax Centre • Halifax County Dartmouth • Halifax East • Halifax North • Halifax Northwest • Halifax South • Halifax West
to 1956: Kings
to 1949: Cumberland • Hants • Pictou
to 1933: Halifax • Richmond and Cape Breton West
to 1925: Cape Breton
See also: 2006 election • List of elections • Politics of Nova Scotia


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