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Sport Nova Scotia Update: COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 cases in the province, Sport Nova Scotia has adapted based on the recommendations from the Province of Nova Scotia. The health of our staff and stakeholders is of the upmost importance to us, and we hope to reschedule our events when it is safe to do so.

  • Sport Nova Scotia staff will work from home effective Monday, March 16, 2020 until further notice. Sport Nova Scotia and provincial sport organization staff will still have access to the building via key card if needed.  
  • If you need to get in touch with a provincial sport organization, please contact them directly. Here is the directory for each sport.
  • The IG Wealth Management Ceilidh & Casino event scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been postponed. The event will be rescheduled, and we will post updates as we have them. If you have already purchased tickets and you are looking for a refund, please contact Nick McBride at nmcbride@sportnovascotia.ca.  
  • The Sport Nova Scotia Education Sessions scheduled for Wednesday, March 18 and Wednesday, April 1 are now cancelled.
  • Sport Nova Scotia has made the decision to cancel our spring Milk Sport Fair event that was scheduled to take place at St. Francis Xavier University on May 7 and 8. The health of our staff and stakeholders is of the highest importance to us, and we hope to reschedule our events when it is safe to do so. If you have any questions, please contact Janine MacIntyre at jmacintyre@sportnovascotia.ca.
  • We have made the decision to postpone the 2020 Support4Sport Awards that were scheduled for June 6. We are considering rescheduling the event as well as brainstorming creative ways to safely celebrate the achievements of the Nova Scotian sport community and we will post updates as we have them.

For the most recent information about COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, please refer to the Province of Nova Scotia website.


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