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)

#ChampionChange – Advancing Gender Equity


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Welcome Ambassador Training

Note from iSans:


Join us for a 12-hour training program on creating inclusive, diverse and welcoming communities for all.

During this training, you will increase your cultural humility to support more inclusive, diverse and welcoming communities. You are welcome to apply if you are a volunteer, service provider, private refugee sponsorship group, government employee, business group or an interested individual.

Read More regarding this trainning opportunity on their website.

Green Jobs Initiative 2019 – Call for Applications

The CPRA Green Jobs Initiative is now accepting applications for Summer 2019! CPRA will support 500 jobs this summer. The program provides wage subsidies to municipalities, Indigenous communities, and other sector organizations to allow them to offer new summer job positions that focus on green career-related activities.

For more information visit the CPRA website: Green Jobs Initiative.

The deadline to apply is February 22, 2019.

The Sharing Tour


We are excited to share with you that we will be embarking on a provincial tour in the coming weeks in collaboration with CCH, Communities, Sport, and Recreation Division.

The purpose of the “Sharing Tour” is to present current information and data from the NS Recreation Sector that is the 2018 Municipal Recreation Study summary, Confronting the Challenges of Access to Recreation in NS and the RNS Annual Conference. Additionally,

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Welcome Our Newest RNS Employee!

Kislay Trivedi, IT Project Manager-

"I moved from India to Halifax, Nova Scotia in September 2015 and studied computer science at Saint Mary’s University. While studying, I volunteered with different organizations like Halifax Jazz Festival, Halifax international Buskers Festival and much more where I learnt different skills. Also while at university I took part in recreation badminton and volleyball and played soccer, basketball and table tennis in my free time. I started my career as Systems Analyst at Royal Bank of Canada and worked for over a year. I am also a professional freelance website developer and design and develop websites for small businesses and organizations. In my free time I like to cook, travel, and spend time with friends and family."