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, Culture and Heritage.
Promising recreation practices are examples of progressive and innovative policies, programs and plans that can enhance/align with one or multiple priorities within the Shared Strategy. Promising Practices are intended to:
- Provide municipalities and community organizations across Nova Scotia with solid examples of practices that have been used to advance/align with the goals and priorities of the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia
- Enable municipalities and community organizations to adopt/adapt some of these promising practices for their use
The goal areas from the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia are:
Goal 5: Recreation Capacity
National promising practices can be found here.