Tag: Sport Nova Scotia

Black and Indigenous Coach Mentorship Program

Membership is Free by Canadian Sports Centre Atlantic, April 2022 After applications are received, there will be an interview process to gain entry into the program. Apply here. All coaches accepted into the program will be required to take NCCP mentorship training online via Zoom. In collaboration with Sport Nova Scotia and the Mi’kmaq Sport Council of Nova Scotia, the…

Call for Volunteer Nominations!

Recognizing Special People by Cross Country Nova Scotia, Staff, March 9, 2022 Every year, Sport Nova Scotia holds a gala banquet to present awards to athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and corporate sponsors to recognize their accomplishments and dedication to sport. The 2022 Awards event will take place on May 28, in Halifax. Do you know a cross-country ski club volunteer…

Updates COVID-19

Recent Updates on COVID-19 Restrictions Feb. 9, 2022 Update: Today the Provincial government announced that starting at 12:01 am Monday February 14, 2022 the following eased restrictions will go into effect. Sport training, practice and regular league games/competition are allowed with a maximum of 60 participants indoors and outdoors without physical distancing. Competition is limited to the regular competitive schedule.  The regulations state that if the…

Proof of Vaccination

Sport and Recreation Sector by Cross Country Nova Scotia, September 18, 2021 The Nova Scotia government released additional policy details for proof of vaccination on September 17, 2021. Note the policy has not been fully developed – information may change and more details will be available before the policy is in effect. The policy will take effect during phase 5…

Kevin Chaisson – 2021 Sport Makes a Difference Award Recipient

Leading by Example by North Highlands Nordic Cross Country Nova Scotia is proud to announce North Highlands Nordic‘s Kevin Chaisson as the recipient of Support4Sport’s 2021 Sport Makes a Difference Award. Sport Nova Scotia created this award to recognize volunteers who made an impact in sport, despite the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about how this special club…

Sport Makes a Difference Award, 2021 Support4Sport

Nominate someone who has made an impact by Cross Country Nova Scotia, Staff, February 22, 2021 Do you know a cross-country ski club volunteer who went above and beyond for our sport despite the challenges brought forth by the pandemic? The cross-country ski community is special. Perhaps, even more so, due to the additional measures required during COVID-19. Please consider…

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Safe Return to Skiing by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, October 30, 2020 (updated July 11, 2021) f The health of our cross-country ski community is top priority. We are working diligently on the continual development of our return to sport guidelines, in compliance with rules established by the Nova Scotia Government. We will continue to partner with Sport Nova…