• Field House & Track Schedule Changes | Nov. 24th & 25th

    Friendly Reminder: We're excited to be the host venue for Sport Nova Scotia's 5th annual Corporate Games. Set up in the full Field House starts at 5:30pm on Friday, Nov. 24th with competition on Saturday, Nov. 25th from 7am to 3pm and on the full Track from 7am to 1pm. On Nov 25th, our 9:15am HIIT & 10:30am Zumba classes have been moved to Fitness Studio 2 and space will be limited. For more information on the Corporate Games, see our event listing.

  • November 25th | Aquatics Centre Water Polo Jamboree

    Friendly Reminder: We're excited to be the hosts for the Nova Scotia Water Polo Fall Jamboree on Saturday, November 25th in the Competition Pool (5 lanes) from 12pm to 5pm. Please note there will be no lane swim from 11:45am to 1:15pm. Here is our full Aquatics schedule for weekend swim times. Good luck to our CGC Swim Academy Water Polo team and welcome to the other local teams!  

  • Track Schedule Changes | November 26th

    Friendly Reminder: The full Track is booked from 8pm-10pm on Sunday, November 26th for university and sports team training.

  • Busy Days Ahead | Week of November 20th

    Friendly Reminder: The Field House is busier than usual this week with 2 days of PD school camps and training camps. Please be sure to check the schedule for Open Basketball, Badminton & Pickleball times through to Sunday, November 26th. Thank you!

Events

JEM Mainland North Planning Meeting

November 21, 2017 | 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Canada Games Centre
26 Thomas Raddall Drive


Joint Emergency Management (JEM) Mainland North

What is JEM?

Joint Emergency Management (JEM) is a concept developed by the Halifax Regional Municipality’s Emergency Management Office (EMO), to allow community organizations to prepare for, and respond quickly to, a wide range of emergencies. JEM teams are the community volunteers of EMO. In times of crisis, EMO may activate JEM Support Centres (JSC) to coordinate response with humanitarian agencies already engaged in the JEM coverage area. These centres are a facility where trained individuals can meet to provide local input to the Emergency Operations Centre, located in Dartmouth.

Why?

Neighbours helping neighbours

In the critical hours following a crisis situation, while local and provincial response agencies are dealing with the immediate and urgent needs of the municipality, residents in affected communities need to be prepared to help themselves and to assist their neighbours, who may have been seriously impacted by the event. We need volunteers from our communities to join together and form a JEM so we are proactively prepared to deal with an emergency.

When?

The next planning meeting is scheduled for:

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
6:30pm-8pm
CGC Community Centre

 

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