Winter Walk Day 2020

winter walk day

Schools and youth groups may register at and qualify to win a prize. For more information or resources please visit our website

For more information on this event, please feel free to contact us:

Stephanie Johnstone-Laurette, Youth AT Coordinator


Ready for Rec: Active Play Program

Active Play Program

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Call for nominations for the 2020 Provincial Volunteer awards

The call for nominations for the 2020 Provincial Volunteer awards are now open, the deadline is February 25th, 2020.

The 46th Annual Provincial Volunteer Awards will be an exceptional way for the Province of Nova Scotia to say, ‘thank you’ to the many volunteers that contribute to the well-being and vitality of our communities every day.

Nominations forms to nominate a youth or family can be found on the Provincial Volunteer Awards website:

To nominate an individual in your community for a Provincial Volunteer Award, contact your Municipal or Band Office Representative. Those contacts can also be found on the website. For more information, feel free to contact the event organizer, Patsy Henneberry: . Or you can contact Nancy Sheppard at , (902) 424 7642.

2020 Provincial Volunteer Awards

Participation App

Want to Sleep Better, Happy Better or even Poop Better? Then get moving! It’s easy with the new (and FREE!) ParticipACTION app, designed to help you fit physical activity into your busy life and reward you with great prizes. Get the app and see how Everything gets better when you get active.

Harry Boothman Bursary


The Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) has launched a bursary program to assist parks and recreation professionals financially in the pursuit of professional development in the sector.

This 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 long-time supporter of the organization. Harry believed in the need for actions that support the continued development of the field. Establishing this bursary, in support of Professional Development within the sector, is a tribute to Harry’s vision and dedication.

Applications will be accepted from Parks and Recreation practitioners with a minimum of five (5) years’ experience and currently working full-time in the sector.

Up to two (2) bursaries, in the amount of $1,000, each can be awarded each year.

Professional development opportunities must begin at within the timeframe of April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019. The professional development opportunity must be completed no later than March 31, 2020. Retroactive Professional Development opportunities will not be supported.

Deadlines for applications – March 31 of every year.


  pdf Harry Boothman Bursary Application/Follow Up Forms (1.91 MB)

2020 North American Indigenous Games- Leadership Opp.

In July of 2020 Nova Scotia will host nearly 1000 Indigenous nations from across North America in a celebration of culture, people, tradition, and athleticism. During the Games, over 5000 young athletes (aged 13-19) will compete and showcase their skill while also representing their unique community’s culture and heritage with pride. Since the first games in 1990, the NAIG has been responsible for generating tens of millions of dollars in economic impact for host cities. As host to the 2020 Games Halifax has been provided with an unprecedented opportunity to connect communities from across North America and celebrate Mi’kmaq culture and heritage, leaving a lasting legacy of unity and hope that will endure long after the games are completed.


The 2020 NAIG Host Society Board of Directors and 2020 NAIG CEO are currently looking to fill three key leadership opportunities.

pdf NAIG, Director of Finance (128 KB)

pdf NAIG, Executive Director Games Delivery (116 KB)

pdf NAIG, Executive Director, Sponsorship and Communication (117 KB)