Thank you for choosing to be an affiliate club of Basketball Nova Scotia. We are continually working towards creating a positive basketball experience for everyone involved through our affiliate program.
Your membership comes with a wide range of benefits, including access to funding and insurance. Click the link below to:
Club Presidents, follow the steps below to become a member club with Basketball Nova Scotia.
Member Club Fee PaymentAll clubs start by paying their club fee. This fee covers their coaches & board of directors. Refer to the Member Club Fee Breakdown below to see how much you will owe for your club.
Athlete/Coach Information Import
Once Step 1 & 2 have been completed. The main club contact from the club member registration sheet will be contacted
An excel import sheet will be provided which will require you to fill out columns of info for your athletes, coaches and board members.
Your athletes, coaches and board members will not be covered by insurance unless they are listed in your Club Import file. All coaches must have background verification completed and up to date for the season. Please refer to COACHES BACKGROUND
Athlete Fee Payment
Once you have competed your athlete import, please email it back to email@example.com and you will be invoiced for the total number of athletes registered.
Minor Clubs Athlete Fee: $25.00 per athletes - Adult Clubs Athlete Fee: $10.00 per athlete
*Note: your coaches are covered as part of your Member Club fee
*NOTE: Contracting COVID-19 from a basketball related activity is NOT covered in your Basketball Nova Scotia insurance.
For additional information on this note, please contact our insurance broker:
Partner, Jacobi Brien Insurance
For information on limits or breakdown information for any of the below coverages, please contact the BNS Executive Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
The insurance breakdown as it relates to your membership is as follows:
Directors and Officers Errors & Omissions insurance will pay those sums that the insured becomes legally obligated to pay as compensatory damages because of a “wrongful act”. A “wrongful act” means: