The Halifax Regional PPC Association is the official registered organization responsible for People’s Party of Canada activities in the following four federal electoral districts:

  • Halifax
  • Halifax-West
  • Dartmouth-Cole Harbour
  • Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook

You can contact the Halifax Regional PPC Association by emailing or calling (902) 710-1424.

Write to us at:
3-644 Portland Street, Suite 418
Dartmouth NS  B2W 6C4

Current Executive Board Members

The below list reflects the executive board membership, following the nomination & election process at the recent EDA Annual General Meeting, held May 19, 2022. As of August 2022, the Executive Board consists of 11 persons.

Financial Agent(active/filled)
Membership/Volunteer Coordinator[pending]
Events/Fundraising Coordinator[pending]
Media/Communication Coordinator[pending]
Long-term/Campaign Readiness Coordinator[pending]
Riding DirectorsJulie Scott (Halifax-West)
Michelle Lindsay (Dartmouth-Cole Harbour)
[vacant] (Halifax)
Earl Gosse (Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook)
Members-at-Large(currently 5)
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History of this Organization

This organization preceded from the original Dartmouth-Cole Harbour PPC Association of 2018/2019. In early 2021, the People’s Party national/HQ leadership decided to amalgamate most per-district organizations into more manageable regional bodies. On February 13, 2021, a meeting was held for the Halifax region to discuss amalgamation. Opportunity was given to all current PPC members to attend. Paul Lindsay, past CEO of Dartmouth-Cole Harbour, was appointed new CEO of the amalgamated organization, which encompasses Halifax-West, Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook, Halifax, and Dartmouth-Cole Harbour. The new Regional Association structure allows for a riding director position for each district contained in the organization. This person shall work with the CEO, and represent their respective district. 

The benefit with respect to the new organizational structure includes closer contact to concerned citizens in the riding, and faster contact between the executive and the candidate-of-record (the most recent candidate) to ensure citizens’ concerns are acknowledged, discussed, and acted upon in each riding in as close to real-time as possible.