Hockey Nova Scotia Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Survey
- Published: September 29 2020 11:44
The Hockey Nova Scotia Diversity and Inclusion Task Force is tackling what can be done to make the game of hockey welcoming and inclusive for all. To do this, we are asking Nova Scotians for their input. What can be done? What has worked well? What needs to change? As we rebound from Covid-19, these questions have never been more important.
In addition to hearing from our hockey families, we especially need to hear from the folks who have left the sport because of a negative experience, as well as people who haven’t been interested in trying hockey. These are the people who have the most experience about what needs to change.
Please take 5 minutes to give your input: Take the Survey.
The survey will remain open to the public until November 1, 2020.
Sign up for The Bench!
- Published: July 21 2020 11:44
The new Canadian Parks and Recreation Association’s online community is here—a place for the sector to meet, work and grow together.
The Bench will initially provide support to the sector as it faces new challenges presented by COVID-19. Inside, you will find discussion forums and a resource library with templates, tools, guidelines and other documents that we hope will make your work easier.
Sign up if you don’t have an account. It’s FREE and open to all parks and recreation professionals and practitioners.
- Published: March 25 2020 14:29
Being a member demonstrates your commitment and connection to the sector and also helps support the work the organization does on behalf of its members.
Renew your membership today.
Please note that you will no longer receive the monthly ebulletin if you do not renew your membership.
- Published: March 08 2019 15:29
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.