Atlantica Needs Your Help To Get Nova Scotia back on track!
We asked for help and you listened!! Thank You Nova Scotia!
Your generous support allows us to move forward. Thanks to our loyal “Atlantica Supporters” we are well on our way to paying off the mandatory 2017 election auditing costs!
Your support has shown us that you believe in real democracy for all Nova Scotians but we still need your help to reach this goal.Read more
This weekend in Springhill Nova Scotia, the Atlantica Party held its first executive retreat.
Among the many topics discussed by the Party Executive was the recent election success of having run candidates that all received votes in 15 ridings, the planned expansion of the party, and a strategy for moving forward. The prime topics at the meeting were the economic opportunities in Cumberland County, organizing the core team and the creation of a positive game plan.Read more
The Atlantica Party wants to continue to spread our message of freedom, prosperity, and fairness to ALL Nova Scotians.
Can you chip in $5 or $10 today to help us pay for our government-mandated election auditing costs??
We are asking for your help to raise $1,548.83 by November 3 to pay our Auditor.
We want to be your voice! Donate $25 today (cost to you only $6.25)!
And Join Us
The Nova Scotia Legislature opens on September 21 for its first session after the May election and we will see how representative democracy works; each MLA proudly debating and voting their informed conscience, representing their constituents’ interest and the interest of Nova Scotia as a whole in free vote after free vote ... yeah right! In fact our MLAs are party-line toadies representing no one but their party’s interests. It’s time for you to demand your rights! This was how visionaries such as Joseph Howe saw the legislature working, but today you are not represented there.Read more
We're Halfway There!!
Thanks to the generous support of the "Atlantica Army," we are more than halfway (52% to be exact!) to our goal of raising $2,300 to pay for last year's audit!! Thank you so much to all who have contributed so far in our fight for freedom and fairness for all Nova Scotians!!
Let's raise the remaining 48% ($1,100.00) by the end of the day on August 5!!
A $100 donation costs you after the tax credit only $25
$250 costs you just $62
$1000 costs you just $250
Please help the Atlantica Party stay in the ring to fight another round ... and many more after that!
Our momentum is growing daily but we need your help!
Yours in Freedom,
Leader of the Atlantica Party
Please donate TODAY
Do you have $6.25 to help the Atlantica Party continue to fight for lower taxes, more freedom, and more government accountability? That's the amount a $25 donation will cost you after the tax deduction!
Atlantica needs to raise $2,300 by August 15 to pay its 2016 audit bill.
This is part of the regular cost of doing business as a political party in this province.
The Atlantica Party made history earlier this year as the only new party since Confederation to run 15 candidates in its first election!!
This came at a large financial cost to the Party, but it was determined that it would be worth it to help raise Atlantica's profile. Indeed, the Party received far more press coverage than it ever has and thousands of Nova Scotians either joined the Party or contacted us to find out more.
If you care about improving life in Nova Scotia for yourself, your family, and all future generations of Nova Scotians and have the means to donate, please donate TODAY.
I'm not asking for the $1 million+ that the Big 3 raise annually; I'm merely asking for you to help this party be able to have an opportunity to continue fighting for YOU.
Leader of the Atlantica Party
Some excellent books about Nova Scotia.
This hard-hitting but fair assessment of Nova Scotia and the Maritimes will shock and surprise many Maritimers who have been conditioned to think that the east coast of Canada is one of the most liveable regions in the country. Author Peter Moreira, a native Maritimer who returned home after working overseas for more than a decade, offers a straightforward analysis of why the region has fallen so far behind the rest of the country in terms of most economic and social indicators.
On October 8, 2013, Nova Scotia’s NDP government went down to a devastating election defeat. Premier Darrell Dexter lost his own seat, and the party held the dubious distinction of being the first one-term majority government in over 100 years.
In this new memoir, former NDP finance minister and MLA Graham Steele tries to make sense of the election result and shares what he’s learned from a fifteen-year career in provincial politics. In his trademark candid style, Steele pulls no punches in assessing what’s right—and what’s often wrong—with our current political system. Includes an insert of colour photographs and a foreword from CBC Information Morning host Don Connolly.
Nothing says summer more than budget documents. Here are the last twenty or so for Nova Scotia. Look past the rah rah verbiage and take a look at the hard numbers to see the radical increase in government over the past twenty years. Hey it's your money!
Henry Hazlitt wrote this book following his stint at the New York Times as an editorialist. His hope was to reduce the whole teaching of economics to a few principles and explain them in ways that people would never forget. It worked. He relied on some stories by Bastiat and his own impeccable capacity for logical thinking and crystal-clear prose.
We join Nova Scotians in wishing a happy 91st birthday to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Atlantica Party
We have come along way. From a small movement to Nova Scotia's most talked about and fastest growing party. We are putting out the policies needed to turn Nova Scotia around. We are very, very much looking forward to the next election here in Nova Scotia so we have started our candidate and fund raising efforts. Nova Scotia needs you to get involved. Join us!Read more