CROSS COUNTRY NOVA SCOTIA
Not-for-Profit Organization | Governing Body
The many faces of Nova Scotia’s cross-country ski community. Our builders, conversationalists, outdoor-lovers, passionate competitors, bunny rabbits, historical influencers, grand-masters, volunteers, leaders, slow pokes & speedsters, administrators, jackrabbits, ski friends… all brought together by XC. Join us for 2020 and XC for LIFE.
Cross Country Nova Scotia (CCNS) is a not-for-profit organization. CCNS is a member of Nordiq Canada, the national governing body for cross-country skiing. Policies and vision set out by Nordiq Canada, are implemented by CCNS, to meet the evolving requirements of our sport. Funding is generated through Nova Scotia Communities, Culture and Heritage, grants from Sport Nova Scotia, sponsors, and membership fees.
Cross Country Nova Scotia is dedicated to advancing the sport of cross-country skiing and its athletes. Since 1978, the lifeblood of CCNS has been our volunteers. We’re passionate about skiing for life, and continuing the legacy of cross-country skiing in Nova Scotia.
Inspire and empower Nova Scotians to achieve excellence, health, and participation in cross-country skiing.
Support our member clubs to promote cross-country skiing for participants of all abilities, ages, and backgrounds.
Promoting cross-country skiing as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Respect and Fairness
Providing a safe, fair environment for everyone and promoting respect for our natural world.
Encouraging Nova Scotians of all economic levels, creeds, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability and language to participate in cross-country skiing
Cross-country skiing should be first and foremost and fun and enjoyable experience.
Encourage Nova Scotians to excel fairly and ethically.
1. Support Nordic ski clubs
Improve capacity for provincial clubs to function together to develop the sport in the province.
2. Develop coaching capacity
Improve opportunities for coaches and prospective coaches to obtain the training they need.
3. Enhance athlete development and provincial team capacity
Increase opportunities for athletes to excel by providing resources and competitive opportunities.
4. Promote awareness of cross-country skiing in Nova Scotia
Publicly communicate information about clubs, trails, programs and events via the internet and other means.
5. Promote participation by all Nova Scotians
Encourage people of all creeds, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability and language to participate in cross-country skiing.
6. Enhance event hosting capacity
Encourage clubs to host races and increasing race official capacity.
7. Diversify and increase resource levels
Increase resources by encouraging new memberships in clubs, exploring additional revenue streams including new government funding sources.
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