Nolan Young is the PC Candidate for Shelburne

Educator, former Councillor and Deputy Mayor for Shelburne, Nolan Young is the PC Candidate for Shelburne.

“I love the constituency of Shelburne and its incredible potential. I look forward to working as a part of a Tim Houston PC Government to improve our community,” says Young. “The PC’s are putting forward a positive vision for Nova Scotia and I’m excited to join the team that is bringing real leadership back to government.”

Nolan Young has a strong record of community involvement, including as a former Councillor and Deputy Mayor for the Town of Shelburne.

He is a husband and a father of two and is an instructor at NSCC Shelburne campus.

“Nolan is a hard worker who has shown his dedication to his community,” says PC Leader Tim Houston. “I look forward to having a quality community leader like Nolan join our caucus as we work to bring change to our province.”

Young extends his thanks to those who put their names forward for the nomination and invites them to continue their participation in winning the next election.

“Thank you to George El-Jakl and Sterling Belliveau for their participation in this nomination process and especially their interest in the PC Party. Let’s go on to win in the next provincial election,” says Young.

"Kim Masland (Queens) and Colton LeBlanc (Argyle-Barrington) have been strong, dedicated voices for the South Shore and I look forward to joining them in standing up for our region."