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Hoops Strong provides access to quality girls basketball programming

Monday, August 16, 2021

Sport Nova Scotia’s reSPORT program teamed up with the Colchester Basketball Association and the Town of Truro to deliver an all-girls basketball program called Hoopes Strong. The two-week camp invited 15 participants to try the sport for the first time from July 12-23 at the Douglas St. Recreation Centre. Read more
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Cleve’s Source for Sports Good Sport Award Recipients Announced

August 2021

Esmee Matuk, Luc Dupuis, and Bella Pashkoski are the Cleve’s Source for Sports Good Sport recipients for August 2021. 

Esmee Matuk is a dedicated member of the Atlantis Artistic Swimming Club. At 11 years old, she shows leadership by taking the initiative to set up Zoom calls to keep her teammates connected and cheering them on in an uncertain competitive season. Esmee’s wholeheartedness towards the sport and her teammates is an inspiration this season. 

Luc Dupuis leads by example, inspiring his fellow skaters to work hard and be the best that they can be. Recently, Luc volunteered to announce a competition for other skaters while also competing himself. Having a skater behind the mic gave the other skaters a sense of comfort while returning to competition.

Karate athlete, Bella Pashkoski is constantly trying to better herself, going the extra mile. Short in stature, Bella makes up for it with a taller-than-life, can-do attitude. Quick with a smile and fast with a kick, she is always ready to help and show younger students how something is to be done. Bella is a shining example of hard work and dedication. When her coach injured himself, she offered to demonstrate all techniques as he was unable.  READ MORE



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COVID-19 Update: July 12, 2021

Nova Scotia will be entering phase four of the reopening plan this Wednesday, July 14. Participants and officials in organized performing arts and sports (recreational, amateur and professional) can continue to gather with up to 25 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors without social distancing for rehearsals, performances, practices, games and competition. Masks are recommended outdoors when you can’t maintain a minimum physical distance of 2 metres (6 feet) from others.
 
Spectators will be permitted (indoor and outdoor) for sports and performing arts hosted by a business or organization that have an event plan, and facilities will permitted to have spectators for up to 50% of capacity of the facility with a maximum of 150 people indoors and 250 people outdoors. 
  
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