The WomenActive Nova Scotia Association Board of Directors is comprised of knowledgeable, hard-working, hands-on, dynamic leaders who are passionate about our ability to make a difference in the lives of Nova Scotian women and girls. The Board – Rachel Bedingfield...read more
Saturday, April 1, 2017 – Delta Halifax. The WomenActive Trendsetter Awards is a celebration and a fundraiser for WomenActive-NS. WomenActive-NS advocates, educates, collaborates, and promotes meaningful active living experiences and leadership opportunities to...read more
WomenActive-NS Association (WANSA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Gabrielle Riley-Gallagher as our new Program Manager. Gabrielle has spent the past 9 years as the Active Living Coordinator for the Halifax Regional Municipality where she lead the...read more
Sport & Recreation Guide for Women & Girls
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WomenActive Trendsetters change culture, attitudes, programs, and systems to enrich the lives of all women and girls as participants and leaders in sport, recreation, and physical activity.
We would love to hear your storyIf you are in Nova Scotia and live, work, or volunteer in the physical activity, recreation, or sport sector and have a story related to women and girls in sport, physical activity and recreation, we want to hear your story!
As a child I loved to run, swim, and climb on things. I did cartwheels any and everywhere I could. My parents signed me up for different sports and activities, enrolled me in summer day camps at the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and encouraged me to play outside as much as...read more
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Our Guest Bloggers may be anyone who works in the field of sport, recreation, or physical activity locally, provincially, or nationally.
Blogs will not exceed 400 words and will be focused on experiences or knowledge of women and girls in physical activity, sport, or recreation.