GOVERNANCE

We build policy to unite the power of dedicated volunteers, to advance the sport of cross-country skiing and its athletes. Strong governance, methodical decision-making, and passionate volunteers are at the heart of Cross Country Nova Scotia.  CCNS is a registered not-for-profit organization and member of Nordiq Canada, the national governing body for cross country skiing. We adhere to Nordiq Canada policies and vision to meet the evolving requirements of our sport.

Board of Directors

The CCNS volunteer board of directors are elected for 2 year terms.  The board meets monthly to discuss strategies for development, targeted projects, funding sources, club reports, and updates from Nordiq Canada. Meetings are open to members of all CCNS clubs, view dates in our Calendar.

Interested in serving on our board or volunteering for a committee? Please contact John Cameron, ccnspresident@sportnovascotia.ca, or Mallory Taylor, mtaylor@sportnovascotia.ca.

TITLENAMECLUB
PresidentJohn CameronHalifax Nordic Ski Club
Vice-PresidentCamille Cameron
TreasurerKris DoyonHalifax Nordic Ski Club
SecretaryDorian HudecCape Breton Nordic
Member at LargeLorenzo CateriniHalifax Nordic Ski Club
Member at LargeMelanie MacDermidHalifax Nordic Ski Club
Member at LargeLois McNeilNorth Highlands Nordic
Coach DevelopmentDave Hubley Halifax Nordic Ski Club
Observers (non-voting)Members of the Board of DirectorsFriends of Ellenwood Park
Head Coach
NS Provincial Team

(non-voting)
Daniel MurrayNorth Highlands Nordic

Documents

Annual General Meetings

· 2020 Report

· 2019 Report

· 2019 Minutes

· 2018 Report

· 2018 Minutes

· 2017 Report

Board Meetings

· 2020 Minutes

· 2018 Minutes

· 2017 Minutes

· 2016 Minutes

Plans

· Strategic Plan 2018 – 2023

Policies

· Athlete Contract

· CCNS By-Laws

· CCNS Code of Ethics and Conduct

· Concussion Policy

· Grants Policy

· Loans Policy

· Selection Criteria

Nordiq Canada Policies

· Document Centre