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Windsor Disc Golf

After a series of meetings with community members, it was evident that a disc golf course was in high demand in the town of Windsor. Since establishing a new club, the Maritime Disc Golf Association has witnessed steady growth and continues to draw attention throughout the valley. Today, the club boasts 500 casual members and 100 official members.

With the assistance of Sport Fund, Windsor Disc Golf was able to purchase new equipment, establish a more efficient programming model, and increase their official membership by seven percent.  “Sport Fund was a major contributor in helping to get a brand new public disc golf course open in Windsor.  That course has had a ton of positive feedback and many new players.  This has been one of our most successful courses (and projects) in our three-year history” said Maritime Disc Golf Association President, Ben Smith. There are currently seven disc golf courses across the province, click here for a complete list of locations.

Sport Fund supports the growth of sport at the community level by relieving the financial stress associated with start-up costs and equipment. Go to the Sport Nova Scotia website to learn more about how Sport Fund can help your organization. 


Cleve’s Source for Sports Athlete of the Month for October announced

(Halifax, November 20, 2018)- Kylie Cox is the Cleve’s Source for Sports Female Individual Athlete of the Month for October. The 14-year-old Enfield resident placed third at the Taekwondo –Sparring Championships in Las Vegas from October 12- 14. This was Cox’s first major international event and her impressive performance earned her a wild card spot for the 2019 Taekwondo Pan American Championships. READ MORE

Manager of Sport Development

Permanent, full-time position based in Halifax

It is an exciting time to work in sport! After a year of consultation, many changes are now underway as we operationalize our new strategic plan, roll out new approaches and technologies to support provincial sport organizations, all the while prototyping new models for sport delivery around the province.

Reporting to the Director of Sport, the Manager of Sport Development will play a key role in this work. You know the powerful role sport can play when it comes to building community, individuals and positive social change. At the same time, you recognize there are barriers to sport such as cost, infrastructure, access, competition for time, etc. An innovative thinker and a terrific collaborator, you are passionate about solutions to make sport options more accessible for more people. You are highly organized and proficient in leading, monitoring and implementing programs and managing teams, and you have a solid understanding of the Canadian and Nova Scotia sport system. Does that sound like an opportunity that was custom built for you? If so, we want to hear from you! READ MORE

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