Bruce Holland is passionate about our community, and knowledgeable about the issues facing Nova Scotians, in particular those important to the residents of Halifax Atlantic. He brings with him a wealth of experience both in local business and in public service.
Bruce has worked with organizations that are making a real difference in the lives of Haligonians. As an elected Councilor on Halifax County Council as well as an MLA and Cabinet Minister in the provincial government, Bruce has a gained a strong reputation for getting things done.
Bruce has a terrific track-record of giving back to the community. As the Executive Director of the Spryfield Business Commission he understands the needs of our communities and knows that the riding needs a strong voice. He is currently an active member of several community organizations, including the Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield, the St. Paul’s Family Resource Institute (Spryfield) and sits on an advisory board to the YWCA. Bruce is a member of the Long Lake Provincial Park Association.
In addition to writing for the Chebucto News Bruce is the Publisher of a community Newspaper and is deeply involved in the many issues facing Halifax and its surrounding communities.
After graduating high school, Bruce attended the old Halifax Regional Vocational School and then went on to attend Dalhousie University. Bruce is a father of three, and has been working in Spryfield daily for over eight years.