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They bring sport, acceptance and physical activity to the over 1700 athletes that participate in 16 sports across Nova Scotia. With National Volunteer Week upon us, we would like to take this opportunity to recognize the commitment that volunteers in Nova Scotia make to Special Olympics in our Province. Volunteers … Read More →

It was just after noon when we entered into Horton High on Wednesday, March 9th carrying two boxes that were to be presented to the students participating in the #playunified sports program at 1:00 pm. Within the halls of the school, it looks like almost any other high school. Teens … Read More →

Under the backdrop of heavy falling snow, Special Olympics National Winter Games comes to a close and Team Nova Scotia prepares to celebrate the many successes the 51 members of #TeamNS has experienced over the last five days of competition. Attending a National competition, specifically for athletes with an intellectual … Read More →

Brianna Harris is a 19yr old NS snowshoe athlete from Truro Nova Scotia.  Brianna was selected to Team Nova Scotia based on her performance at the 2015 Special Olympics Nova Scotia Provincial competition in Halifax in July 2015. At the time of her selection to Team Nova Scotia, Brianna was … Read More →

Team Nova Scotia’s Curling story started long before the 2016 Special Olympic National Winter Games. The team of Kelly Keefe, Andrew Snow, Devon Barrett, Conar Clory and Mark Munro and coaches Bob and Cathy Munro have a long history. The team has been together for several years with players starting … Read More →

A Day Where the Skaters Stole the Show Floor Hockey – The Floor Hockey Team took to the court bright and early this morning against Team Manitoba. They ran into a tough squad, they played their hardest but came up short with a tough 7-1 loss. In the afternoon they … Read More →

As the first day unfolded, the athletes, coaches and volunteers were eager to get the day started. Excitement was present at each of the venues as volunteers enthusiastically welcomed the guests they have been busy preparing for. Team Nova Scotia members got their first view of the venues that will … Read More →

As morning fades into early afternoon, Kailey Stewart and Robert Fougere sit side by side, lacing their skates and preparing for another day of practice at Halifax’s Scotiabank Centre. As they take the ice together, the classic swing number In the Mood begins to play over the speakers. They both … Read More →

This year we resolve toâ€? How do you ________________fill in your blank? At Special Olympics our goal is to expand public mindsets and opinions to truly understand what we do within our communities. If we were to ask you what “Special Olympics” is, â€.what would your answer be? For many … Read More →

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