COVID UPDATE

COVID-19 Update: April 6, 2021  Today the Province announced that they would be increasing the number of participants for sport activities from 60 to 75. The change will be effective as of 8:00am tomorrow morning (Wednesday, April 7).  Please note that there will be no changes to competitive schedules at this time.  &…

SCNS Annual General Meeting – May 5th

The 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held via Zoom on Wednesday,  May 5th at 8:00 pm. Nomination Report 2021 2020 AGM Minutes AGM Agenda 2021 SCNS is honoured to be joined by guest speaker, Dean Smith, a fellow Nova Scotian with a love of being on the ice volunteering to create a better environment for all. Dean gives countle…

“For the Boys” Online Session

CALLING ALL BOYS: Skate Canada Ontario is offering an online session with Paul Poirier and Nam Nguyen, For the Boys, discovering the inspiration for boys in skating. Who is this for?  All Boys and coaches. Paul Poirier with his partner Piper Gilles are the current Senior Dance Champions of Canada and were members of the 2018 Olympic Tea…

February Team Challenge 2021

Once again, Skate Canada Nova Scotia is so proud of our Skaters as they try to get through these COVID times. At the February Team Challenge, some of the teams became even more creative than before. Below are some pictures of our Teams: Bandits: Brainstormers: Champs: Chipettes: Cool Cats: Disco: G…

End of the Year Skating Events

As the end of the winter season is approaching, we are getting several questions as to what is allowed to celebrate the skaters in your club. FYI: Club Carnivals are allowed, with the skaters from within your club following Facility and Dept of Heath Protocols. CanSkate FunSkates are allowed for skaters within your club following Facilit…

Coach/Skater Educational Opportunities Series

Very exciting that Skate Ontario has given us opportunities to take part in some of the online classes they are holding this month. Please take advantage of these wonderful learning opportunities……………….but don’t sign up unless you are able to attend the sessions in full. "Skate Ontario has been offering online opportunities…

NEW Covid Update – March 4

As of 8:00 am Friday March 5th things are returning to the new normal, where skating was last week. Travel within the province is allowed, 60 people are allowed on the ice and spectators are allowed back in the arenas. Please see below from Sport Nova Scotia for more details and as always check with your facility for their requirements. &nbs…

March Challenge due APRIL 6th

Skate Canada Nova Scotia has been very please with the response to these Challenges, but we know that there are still some skaters out there that have not had the opportunity to earn a ribbon. Everyone lets take to the ice and make the March submissions the largest yet……………..February had over 90 teams………….lets break 100!!!! …

NEW Covid Update

SCNS has received an update from Public Health and Sport Nova Scotia regarding Friday’s announcement and what it means for skaters, coaches, and officials who live in the restricted areas of HRM and surrounding communities. Our interpretation has been clarified …………below is the revised statement from Sport Nova Scotia.   We have …