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June 9, 2021- Halifax, NS - Cleve’s Source for Sports Good Sport Award Recipients Announced

Sabrina Smith, Hannah Hobson, and Evelyn Tobin are the Cleve's Source for Sports Good Sport Award recipients for June 2021. 

 Sabrina Smith’s dedication and care for the well-being of her equine partners shine through. She consistently steps up to help the Pinehill Equestrian Centre... Read more.

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COVID-19 Update: May 28, 2021

Today the province announced some upcoming changes to sport regulations in Nova Scotia. These changes will become effective next Wednesday, June 2. The changes coming on Wednesday will apply to everywhere in the province

Changes Effective Wednesday, June 2 

Outdoor training and practices will be permitted for groups of 10. The 10 includes all participants and staff, and the groups must remain consistent from practice to practice. Multiple groups of 10 will be allowed on the field of play at a time as long as they can ensure that they remain physically distanced. There can be no alternating between groups at any time. 

Please note that Nova Scotians are asked to avoid non-essential travel into and out of Cape Breton Regional Municipality and into and out of areas of Halifax Regional Municipality, Hubbards, Milford, Lantz, Elmsdale, Enfield, Mount Uniacke, South Uniacke, Ecum Secum and Trafalgar. Sport is not considered essential. A final decision will be made about travel for those areas of the province early next week, based on COVID-19 activity.

The province will be reopening through a phased in approach (please see attached). We recognize that these numbers won’t work for all sports, however the province is aware, and we are working with them so that games and competitions for sports can be considered at the appropriate time. We will follow-up with more information as it becomes available. 

We are continuing to work closely with the Province and will keep you updated about the five-phase reopening plan. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Jamie Ferguson at jferguson@sportnovascotia.ca.

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Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Press Release: May 28


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Scott W. Hagen Memorial Scholarship

“Live a Lifetime Full of Greatness”

These words were a favourite expression of our scholarship honouree Scott Hagen. Scott conducted his life with others in mind, always available to help, always willing to support in anyway required. Kind, caring, devoted, and generous Scott was all of this and more. As a husband, father, colleague, or friend he always saw the best in people and inspired those around him to be their best in whatever they were trying to accomplish. A lover of all things baseball. Scott enjoyed all aspects of the game and contributed to the sport by volunteering in numerous roles over the years. His favourite pastime was spending time at the diamond watching any one of his three children playing the game that he loved. The goal of this scholarship is to provide assistance to any athlete to help them pursue their passion for their sport in a post secondary environment. The beneficiary of the scholarship should not only be a player but also have contributed by giving back to the sport in a volunteer role exhibiting the same values and characteristics that made Scott the incredible individual that he was.

Scholarship applicants must be a Canadian citizen and a resident of Nova Scotia. Applicants must have a high level of academic achievement and registration in an undergraduate program is required. Applicants are required to be entering their first year of post secondary studies in the year following their graduation. A request for consideration must be accompanied by a written essay (500 words) describing themselves and their field of study and their vision of their future in that field. Contained within should also be an account of their involvement in sport as both a player and a volunteer and how they help to further enrich athletes lives through
experiences and services that honour their sport.

A $1500 scholarship will be paid in the name of the successful applicant male and/or female in their name to the registrar of their school of study. Online application and supporting documentation must be submitted by June 15th to scottwhagenscholarship@gmail.com. The application form can be downloaded here.


No late applications will not be considered.

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