The Town of Amherst is seeking an Operator with Refrigeration Class II. Job Description Here.
Applications are now being accepted for the Sport Fund. Applications must be submitted by April 15th at 11:59PM AST. New applications will not be accepted following this deadline. PSO Sport Fund Application Regional Sport Consultants are a great resource and are familiar with the Sport Fund process. Should an applicant wish to meet and discuss their application with a Regional Sport Consultant, they must contact…read more
The Pictou County Wellness Centre is looking to hire a Part Time Custodian. Job description is posted below. Job Description Here
Saint Mary’s University has the following surplus rink glass for sale. Contact Gary Schmeisser for details email@example.com The existing glass consists of 122 sheets of glass in total: 110 sheets: Width – 48″, Height – 60″, Thickness – ½” Odd size glass: 1 @ 7.5, 2 @ 33.5, 2 @ 11.75, 2 @ 30, 1@ 26, 2@ 24, 1@ 22, 1 @ 60 All inches,…read more
There are many health awareness days, weeks and months in Canada each year. Numerous health charities use these events to raise awareness, share information and help the majority of Canadians who are likely to be affected by chronic disease or major illness during their lifetime. February is typically heart and stroke month. A time to bring attention to the importance of cardiovascular health and what…read more
All current memberships will expire on March 31, 2019. Renew your membership today! Membership details can be found here. Application linked below. Membership Application 2019
Don’t miss RFANS Annual General Meeting & Trade Show June 6th & 7th, 2019! Join us in Kentville for a great time to network, see innovative/new products, hear some fabulous speakers and be informed on the trending issues within the recreation facility operations field. There will be something for everyone! For more details click here.
The deadline for applying to the Recreation Facility Development (RFD) Program is Monday February 4th, 2019. The Province of Nova Scotia Recreation Facility Development Grant Program helps community groups, municipalities and other not-for-profit organizations develop recreation and sport indoor and outdoor facilities open to the public. Examples include renovations to buildings and parks, developing and maintaining walking trails and playgrounds, and building and upgrading fields…read more
The William (Bill) Metcalfe Award is available to anyone who has made a significant contribution in the field of recreation facility operation, management or design. The award is open to anyone in our field of endeavor throughout the country, or globally throughout the world. It is designed to bring leaders of our profession into contact with our membership and to acknowledge them for their efforts. Nominations…read more
Jumpstart Accessibility Grants have officially opened for 2019 funding submissions! There are 2 funding streams within the Jumpstart Accessibility Grants: Accessibility-Enabling: Jumpstart will provide grants up to $50,000 for projects designed to help organizations enable general accessibility within their facilities so recreation programs and/or services can be accessed. (i.e. renovations, retrofits or construction of community facilities and venues) Inclusive Design Innovation: Jumpstart will provide grants…read more