HALIFAX - The leader of Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservative party wants to take the guessing game out when elections are called in the province.
Jamie Baillie says if the Tories win the next election, he will implement fixed election dates for the province.
The Quebec legislature adopted a fixed date in June, leaving Nova Scotia as the only province without a set date for its elections.
Nine provinces, the Northwest Territories and elections at the federal level are now held on set dates.
Trying to figure out when the next election will be held in Nova Scotia has become a popular game among political pundits as the NDP is in the final year of its mandate, causing widespread speculation on the possibilities of an election call.