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Shared Strategy Update: Inclusion and Access Team to meet January 11th.

Individuals who take part in recreation opportunities are healthier, happier and more engaged in their communities.  Recreation Nova Scotia recognizes that there are many people who are unable to participate in recreation and leisure activities due to various constraints including socioeconomic status, transportation, mental health, sexual orientation, gender, sex, age etc.  We work to ensure that all Nova Scotians have the right to enjoy accessible, high quality recreational activities. 

With leadership from the Shared Strategy Working Group (SSWG), an Inclusion and Access Task Team (I&A Task Team) has been developed to specifically address the priorities of goal 2 of the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia. The Task Team is comprised of approximately 10 members who have specific expertise in disparity reduction as well as an understanding of the recreation sector.  The first meeting of this group will be held on January 11th, where a full day facilitated session will be held to review Terms of Reference and discuss priorities.  

For more information on the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia click here.  

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