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  • September 14, 2021 16:03 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Tuesday, September 14

    Today the province announced that Nova Scotia will delay moving into phase 5 of the reopening plan until October 4.  Starting Oct. 4, people who are 12 and older will need to provide proof of full vaccination to participate in most events and activities that bring groups of people together. While the policy is not yet final, it will apply to participants and spectators for indoor and outdoor sports practices, games, competitions and tournaments as well as indoor and outdoor extracurricular school-based activities, including sports. 

    We will continue to update you as more information about the details of the vaccine policy become available to us.


    Quick Notes

    • An exception policy for people who cannot get vaccinated because of a valid medical or behavioral reason is being developed. 
    • Children who turned 12 between January 1 and October 4 this year will have until December 31 to attend events and activities while they get vaccinated; children who turn 12 after October 4 will have three months from their birthday. 


    Links:

    Province of Nova Scotia Press Release: September 14






  • August 12, 2021 12:09 | Anonymous


    The MTU will be hosting our virtual provincial referee seminar with Taekwondo New Brunswick!!

    Course Date: Saturday, September 11th
    Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm 
    Location: Zoom
    Registration: Application 
    Deadline to apply: September 5th

    This will be a good course for athletes, coaches and parents that wish to know the relevant changes and current applications as it applies to Sparring (Kyorugi).




  • July 23, 2021 16:07 | Anonymous



    The MTU will be hosting another virtual provincial referee seminar with Taekwondo Canada!! This will be a good course for athletes, coaches and parents that wish to know the relevant changes and current applications as it applies to Sparring (Kyorugi).

    We are looking to gauge your interest for date options. The course will be an 8 hour Saturday course on either September 11th or 18th. Please click on the 'survey link' below to provide us with your preference.




  • July 12, 2021 16:20 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Monday, July 12

    Nova Scotia will be entering phase three of the reopening plan tomorrow (June 30) at 8:00am. Participants and officials in organized performing arts and sports (recreational, amateur and professional) can gather with up to 25 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors without social distancing for rehearsals, performances, practices, games and competition. Masks are recommended outdoors when you can’t maintain a minimum physical distance of 2 meters (6 feet) from others.

    Spectators are permitted (indoor and outdoor) for sports and performing arts hosted by a business or organization that have an event plan. Facilities are permitted to have spectators for up to 50% of capacity of the facility with a maximum of 150 people indoors and 250 people outdoors. 

    To be clear, your 'event plan' references how your club intends to operate under the current Public Health guidelines. How spectators may enter and exit the building, where within the club are they allowed when viewing practice/competitions, as well mask use within your facility.


    Links:

    Nova Scotia Press Release: July 12, 2021




  • June 29, 2021 15:27 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Tuesday, June 29

    Nova Scotia will be entering phase three of the reopening plan tomorrow (June 30) at 8:00am. Participants and officials in organized performing arts and sports (recreational, amateur and professional) can gather with up to 25 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors without social distancing for rehearsals, performances, practices, games and competition. Masks are recommended outdoors when you can’t maintain a minimum physical distance of 2 meters (6 feet) from others.

    Spectators are permitted (indoor and outdoor) for sports and performing arts hosted by a business or organization that have an event plan. Facilities are permitted to have spectators for up to 50% of capacity of the facility with a maximum of 100 people indoors and 150 people outdoors. 


    Links:

    Nova Scotia Press Release: June 29, 2021

     

     

  • June 15, 2021 16:08 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Tuesday, June 15

    Nova Scotia will be entering phase two of the reopening plan tomorrow. As of Wednesday, June 16 at 8:00am, players, participants and officials in organized sports (recreational, amateur and professional) can practice and train with groups of up to 10 people indoors and up to 25 people outdoors without social distancing. Masks are recommended when you can’t maintain a minimum physical distance of two metres (six feet) from others.

    Sports and performing arts spectators – Spectators are permitted (indoor and outdoor) for sports and performing arts hosted by a business or organization that have an event plan. Facilities are permitted to have spectators for up to 25% of capacity of the facility with a maximum of 50 people indoors and 75 people outdoors. 


    Links:

    Nova Scotia Press Release, June 15, 2021
    Nova Scotia Reopening Plan



  • May 28, 2021 17:22 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Friday, May 28

    Today the province announced some upcoming changes to sport regulations in Nova Scotia. These changes will become effective next Wednesday, June 2. The changes coming on Wednesday will apply to everywhere in the province. 


    Changes Effective Wednesday, June 2 

    Outdoor training and practices will be permitted for groups of 10. The 10 includes all participants and staff, and the groups must remain consistent from practice to practice. Multiple groups of 10 will be allowed on the field of play at a time as long as they can ensure that they remain physically distanced. There can be no alternating between groups at any time. 

    Please note that Nova Scotians are asked to avoid non-essential travel into and out of Cape Breton Regional Municipality and into and out of areas of Halifax Regional Municipality, Hubbards, Milford, Lantz, Elmsdale, Enfield, Mount Uniacke, South Uniacke, Ecum Secum and Trafalgar. Sport is not considered essential. A final decision will be made about travel for those areas of the province early next week, based on COVID-19 activity.

    The province will be reopening through a phased in approach (Reopening Phases). We recognize that these numbers won’t work for all sports, however the province is aware, and we are working with them so that games and competitions for sports can be considered at the appropriate time. We will follow-up with more information as it becomes available.


    Links:

    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Press Release: May 28
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Gathering Limits
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Return to Sport Guidelines

    Province of Nova Scotia Restriction Locator




  • May 16, 2021 08:00 | Anonymous


    Please join the MTU Board for our 2021 AGM on Sunday, June 13 at 3:00pm.

    The AGM will be online using Zoom video conferencing. You can also phone into the meeting using a regular telephone. We will share the details to connect to the meeting as well as the agenda and MTU Annual Report closer to the AGM date.

    To be added to the list of participants for the MTU AGM, please send your name, club name and email address to mtaylor@sportnovascotia.ca by Friday, June 11. You will need an electronic invitation from MTU in order to participate in the meeting.

    All Regular Members are eligible to attend - see section 7.1 of MTU By-Laws




  • April 27, 2021 20:41 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Tuesday, April 27

    Starting tomorrow (Wednesday, April 28) at 8:00 am no organized sport programming is permitted in Nova Scotia. This includes sports practices and training, games, competitions, and tournaments, and in-person performances. This also includes school sports and school gym rentals.    

    Recognized indoor fitness facilities like gyms and yoga studios, and sport and recreation facilities like pools, arenas, tennis courts, and large multipurpose recreation facilities will also be closed.  

    Recognized outdoor fitness and recreation businesses can operate with 5 people with physical distancing. 


    Additional Information

    Recreational Sport Activity Guide - An outline to assist you in determining whether or not people can take part in your sport on a recreational basis with the current public health regulations in effect.


    Links:

    Province of Nova Scotia Press Release April 27, 2021
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Gathering Limits
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Return to Sport Guidelines

    Province of Nova Scotia Restriction Locator




  • April 26, 2021 16:16 | Anonymous

    Covid-19 Update - Monday, April 26

    Today the Province announced that they would be making changes to the Nova Scotia Public Health Regulations that impact the Nova Scotia Sport Guidelines. These changes will come into effect as of 8:00 am tomorrow morning (Tuesday, April 27) until at least May 20.

    Please note that no matter where you are in the province, it is asked that you do not travel outside your local community unless the travel is essential such as work, school, child care, or for medical, or legal appointments. Sport is not considered essential, so if you are able to take part in sport activities where you live you should do so only within your local community. Please use your best judgment and do not participate in sports activities that are outside of your local community.


    Outside of HRM & Hubbards    

    Sports practices and training are now limited to a maximum of 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors. The numbers of 10 and 25 include all participants in the sporting activity, (coaches, trainers, etc.) and spectators will not be permitted. Games, competition, and events are not allowed, and all teams/training groups must be consistent. 

    Indoor fitness facilities like gyms and yoga studios and sport and recreation facilities like pools, arenas, tennis courts, and large multipurpose recreation facilities can operate at 50 percent capacity. Outdoor fitness and recreation businesses and organized clubs can operate with 25 people and physical distancing.

    No matter where you are in the province, sport is not considered essential. Always use your best judgment and do not participate in sports activities that are outside of your local community.


    Within HRM and Hubbards

    Sports practices and training, and arts and culture rehearsals are not permitted. This includes games, competitions, and tournaments, and in-person performances. This also includes school sports and school gym rentals.    

    Indoor fitness facilities like gyms and yoga studios, and sport and recreation facilities like pools, arenas, tennis courts, and large multipurpose recreation facilities will also be closed. Outdoor fitness and recreation businesses can operate with 25 people with physical distancing.  


    Additional Information

    Recreational Sport Activity Guide - An outline to assist you in determining whether or not people can take part in your sport on a recreational basis with the current public health regulations in effect.


    Links:

    Province of Nova Scotia Press Release April 26, 2021
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Gathering Limits
    Province of Nova Scotia COVID-19 Return to Sport Guidelines

    Province of Nova Scotia Restriction Locator




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