The Nova Scotia Legislature

The House dissolved:
April 30, 2017.

Legislative Page Program

Working on the floor of the House of Assembly, Legislative Pages prepare for the daily sittings and provide a range of services to help MLAs do their jobs properly and to facilitate the smooth functioning of the Assembly. Duties can include distributing documents, photocopying, retrieving materials from the Legislative Library, and delivering messages between members. During the Daily Routine, pages assist with the introduction of bills, resolutions, and petitions. Legislative Pages have extensive contact with the public when handling telephone calls for MLAs, delivering mail and messages, and assisting members of the public who visit the House of Assembly galleries.

For more information, please refer to the Page Recruitment Brochure

Province House Tour Guides

Province House tour guides interpret the legislative system and the history of the building. From its architecture to its artwork, Province House is home to many historic artifacts.

Guides are employed from June through August. The schedule is determined at the beginning of the summer, with guides working for four consecutive days followed by two days off. Hours of operation during July and August are Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 10 am to 4 pm.

For more information please refer to the Tour Guide Brochure