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  1. Welcome to the new BasketballNovaScotia.com
  2. Introducing the 2021 Edition of Nova Nation News
  3. 2021 Frank Baldwin Award Nominations are Open
  4. Welcome Emma Hause, Basketball Events Coordinator
  5. COVID-19 Update: May 28, 2021
  6. Weekly Youth Wheelchair Basketball Programs Begin

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March 8, 2021 Basketball Nova Scotia has a new look for telling the stories of its athletes, volunteers, clubs and
May 27, 2021 Welcome the revamped version of our newsletter, Nova Nation News! New editions will be released monthly, featuring
Encapsulating the passion and values set by its namesake, the Frank Baldwin Award stands strongly as one of the most
May 14, 2021 Basketball Nova Scotia welcomes Emma Hause to our organization, assuming the role of Basketball Events Coordinator as
UPDATE: Effective June 2, 2021 On May 28th, the Province released a five-stage plan to reopen Nova Scotian businesses and
On April 12th, 2021, a new range of dynamic and active weekly youth wheelchair basketball programs will begin at St.
Basketball Nova Scotia Spring League Registration is closed. We want to start by thanking all of the clubs, teams, coaches,
Bedford native Nate Darling made Canadian and Nova Scotia basketball history on Saturday March 13, 2021 as the first Nova
"We're a community. A family.” Who would know better than Coach K, whose fingerprints have been all over the growth

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the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

This territory is covered by the treaties. We are all treaty people.