Final report expected from commission on Nova Scotia's electoral boundaries
A commission looking to redraw Nova Scotia's electoral map is expected to issue its final report Monday.
In an interim report released in November the commission called for the restoration of four electoral districts aimed at improving representation for black and Acadian voters.
Those districts include the largely Acadian ridings of Clare, Argyle, and Richmond, and the predominantly black riding of Preston.
They were eliminated in 2012 when the province's former NDP government decided there were too few voters in each district.
The changes led to a successful court challenge by the province's Acadian community.
Monday's report follows a set of public consultations in January and February that presented four alternatives for consideration.