Sanctioned Events

Programs we
support

Our Sanctioning Policy is available to non-affiliates of Basketball Nova Scotia. It’s aimed at establishing & enforcing proper & inclusive standards and ensuring basketball environments are safe for our vulnerable persons. We realized a gap in information sharing around basketball events coming into the province of Nova Scotia. Members of our basketball community were looking for guidance around the validity of camps, clinics and programs. This policy is aimed to alleviate that issue. We are committed to vetting Nova Scotia basketball programs with the ultimate goal of ensuring athletes are participating in safe, positive basketball environments.

Benefits to becoming a Sanctioned Event include:

  • BNS Insurance
  • Access to BNS promotions via social media, emails and our website
  • Access to BNS policies & procedures including our disciplinary committee
  • Funding through the PSO funding streams 
  • and MORE!

We hope that our affiliates and members see value in our Sanctioned Events. We want the ability to grow our product offering and ensure basketball programs are safe and fun!

Past Sanctioned Events

Pilot 3×3 League

Category: 3×3 + League + Youth Participation

’06 – ’08 born athletes

Saturdays
February 20th & 27th
March 6th, 13th & 20th

Boys – 10.30am-11.30am
Girls – 11.30am-12.30am

Armbrae academy 


Burnatowski Basketball March Break Camp

Category: Camp + Youth Participation

Grades 5-7 & 8-10
Boys

Monday – Thursday
March 15th – 18th, 2021

Grades 5-7: 8.00am-10.00am
Grades 8-10: 10.00am – 12.00pm

2510 Mattias Street, Halifax 

Become a Sanctioned Event

Step 1

Ensure you understand all the requirements outlined in our Event Sanctioning Policy.

Step 2

Apply online to become a Sanctioned Event!

For updates on our latest sanctioned events:

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Nova Scotia lose in an all time classic in Overtime 100-98 against Ontario. Kyle Munro and Jalen Janes both played unbelievable with 23 points apiece. Braedan MacVicar and Isaac Matheson each added 13 while Gabe Davignon (12pts) and Danny Daly (11pts) contributed great as well.

After the 1st Quarter, Nova Scotia Boys lead Ontario 21-13. Co-MVP’s of the the Metro League Kyle Munro and Isaac Matheson leading the way with 7 points and 5 points respectively. 2nd quarter coming up soon!

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