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Recreation Nova Scotia

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Recreation Nova Scotia
1492 St Margaret’s Bay Rd, Lakeside, N.S.
B3T 1A9


Rhonda Lemire:, ext 1
Janet Barlow:, ext 2
Debbie Bauld:, ext 3
Colleen MacDonald:, ext 0



Do You Have a Promising Practice You Can Share?

  As part of the implementation of the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia (2015), collection of Promising Practices was identified as a key initiative important to achieving goals and priorities of the Shared Strategy. These Promising Practices are collected in partnership with Recreation Nova Scotia (RNS) and the NS Department of Communities,…


Making Tracks: Cycling Leader Training Session

Making Tracks: Cycling Leader Training Session with Expert Trainer, Anika Riopel This session will provide adults and older youth with the safety knowledge and skills they need to lead the Making Tracks cycling program with youth and children in their community.  It will also provide participants with the tools to become more confident, knowledgeable and…


CPRA news: CALL FOR PRESENTERS – Framework for Recreation in Canada Forum

Call for Presenters – Gathering Strength: Framework for Recreation in Canada Forum 2018 You are invited to Regina in May, 2018 for Gathering Strength/Rassembler nos forces: Framework for Recreation in Canada Forum 2018.  This national event is focused on building relationships, continuing dialog and working in cooperation towards achieving the values, goals and priorities identified…


Plans for 55+ Games 2017 Have Been Launched

Plans for 55+ Games 2017 Have Been Launched September 13-16, 2017 The Nova Scotia 55+ Games 2017 Lunenburg County committee is pleased to announce that the plans for the 2017 games have been finalised.  Events Lunenburg County was awarded the games in 2015 and put together their committee co-chaired by Robin Scott and Carroll Randall. …



RNS raises issues with candidates and party leaders. The power and potential of recreation needs to be highlighted during the 2017 Provincial Election. To help give recreation greater profile, RNS has sent the following letter to the majority of candidates running in this election.  Should you wish to use any of the following information in your dealings…


2017 RNS Conference – Keynote Speaker

Gerald R. Gloade Gerald R. Gloade is an artist and educator who is currently the Program Development Officer for the Mi’kmawey Debert Project based in Truro, Nova Scotia. He started his career working as a Graphic Designer for the Nova Scotia Department. of Natural Resources’ Communications and Education Branch more than 30 years ago. The…

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