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Recreation Nova Scotia

Our address is:

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

902-425-1128

Crystal Watson, Executive Director
cwatson@recreationns.ns.ca, ext 1

Debbie Bauld, High FIVE Coordinator:
dbauld@recreationns.ns.ca, ext 2

Heather Hanlon, Shared Strategy Coordinator:
hhanlon@recreationns.ns.ca, ext 3

Mobilizing Change: Enhancing Physical Activity Accessibility

A symposium being hosted by University of Toronto called MOBILIZING CHANGE: ENHANCING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ACCESSIBILITY This is a free in-person or online symposium. Here is the website for more information. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/mobilizing-change-tickets-40161265426    This is the latest in our series of FREE, public symposia intended to engage our community, highlight the work of our researchers and…

Lawson Foundation – Call for Abstracts: Outdoor Play & Early Learning Policy Research Invitational Symposium

The Lawson Foundation will be hosting a two day symposium to support outdoor play and early learning policy in Canada from October 24-26, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The interactive symposium will provide a forum for researchers, government officials, educators, service providers, and others interested in sharing new research in the field of outdoor play…

Aboriginal Sport Circle is expanding their Ottawa based National Office staff to include a full time “Leadership and Participant Development Coordinator”.

Aboriginal Sport Circle is expanding their Ottawa based National Office staff to include a full time “Leadership and Participant Development Coordinator”.   The ideal candidate should have: An Indigenous background who is aware of and shares the vision, mission and values of the ASC; Current knowledge of the Aboriginal Coaching Modules (ACM), Aboriginal Apprentice Coach Program…

Parks for All

Parks for All – An Action Plan for Canada’s Parks Community  has been finalized and is now available for download on the CPRA website in both English and French.  This Action Plan  builds on a shared vision, defines guiding principles, strategic directions and priorities, and is a coordinated strategy for Canada’s network of parks and protected areas. The initiative…

Harry Boothman Bursary 2018

The Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) has created a bursary program to financially assist parks and recreation professionals as they pursue professional development in the sector. The Harry Boothman Bursary was established to honour the contributions of Harry Boothman to the parks and recreation sector.  Harry was a Parks Supervisor for the City of Calgary, CPRA Board Member and…

YOUTH GREEN JOBS FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

(Updated January 19, 2018) Wage subsidies (50%) will be available for Summer 2018 and Summer 2019 for municipalities and other organizations to hire Youth for Green Jobs. CPRA is pleased to announce that it is now officially entering into an agreement with the Government of Canada to administer elements of the Summer Work Experience Green…

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