Nova Scotia’s Top Athletes Honoured at the 2024 Support4Sport Awards 

Halifax (Saturday June 1, 2024) – The greatest in the Nova Scotia amateur sport sector were recognized tonight as Sport Nova Scotia revealed the winners of the 2024 Support4Sport Awards at the Halifax Convention Centre. Over 200 awards were given to the province’s top athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and community sport organizations. 

The Support4Sport Awards recognize the achievements of Nova Scotia’s top athletes, teams, coaches, officials and volunteers in amateur sport over the past year. Each of the finalists were nominated by their provincial sport organization as the best in their sport. Their achievements were judged through a multi-level selection process that considers their complete athletic performance throughout the year, as well as their top achievement of the season. 

OVERall winners


Sport Makes a Difference Award

Chair Award


“Congratulations to all the nominees and winners. Thank you for your dedication, perseverance, and commitment to excellence in sport. We are proud to celebrate your incredible accomplishments with you.”

– Allan MacMaster, Minister of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage, and Nova Scotia Gaming

“Every year, Sport Nova Scotia is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of the talented athletes and individuals who participate and play an integral role in our province’s sport system. This year’s nominations, finalists and winners represent Nova Scotia’s strong sport community, and we are honoured to continue celebrating their successes.”

– Jamie Ferguson, Sport Nova Scotia CEO

Quick Facts

Sport Nova Scotia

  • Sport Nova Scotia is a voice for amateur sport that promotes the benefits of health, personal development and achievement of all participants. Sport Nova Scotia is a non-profit, non-government federation representing over 55 Provincial Sport Organizations and more than 160,000-member Nova Scotians.


  • The Support4Sport Awards are made possible by the Support4Sport program, which was introduced in 2006. Funds are raised through the sale of designated lottery products in Nova Scotia. Each time one of those products are sold, 100 per cent of the proceeds help Nova Scotians get in the game. Since its inception, the program has helped raise over $63.5 million. Support4Sport is the largest source of funding for amateur sport in Nova Scotia.

Associated Links

Support4Sport Awards



Renée Boucher
Manager of Public Relations and Communications 

Sport Nova Scotia