Nicole Mosher has been acclaimed as the Progressive Conservative candidate in the constituency of Fairview-Clayton Park.
Mosher is a third-generation resident of Clayton Park and a high-energy volunteer with a passion for civic engagement. She serves on the board of the Fairview Community Association and Duc d’Anville Elementary’s SAC, and she volunteers with Square Roots Fairview Clayton Park, the Ummah and Al-Barakah Mosques, Halifax Pride, Islamic Relief, and the Canadian Muslim Vote. She also has coached basketball, cheerleading and soccer.
Mosher spearheaded a successful fundraiser for the IWK’s Mental Health department, is the co-facilitator of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Remembrance Day Ceremony and organized a local and newcomer mom-and-tot mixer to welcome the Syrian families to Halifax.
“I am driven by my desire to represent and encourage diversity in public service,” Mosher said. “PC leader Tim Houston not only shares my vision, he is actively breaking down the barriers that have traditionally prevented diversity in politics.”
Like many other Nova Scotians, Mosher began her career in Alberta. She worked as a Certified Petroleum Production Accountant in oil and gas until in 2010 when she returned home to raise her young family. She is a small business owner of Dough-Nuts Easy Clay and has managed her own daycare.
“Nicole’s passion for her community is undeniable,” Houston said. “The residents of Fairview-Clayton park will have a tireless advocate in their corner when they elect Nicole as their MLA in the next election.”
Mosher and her two daughters live in Clayton Park.