Several building projects for the 2011 Canada Winter Games, from February 11-27, 2011, are already underway. These improvements will allow Nova Scotia, the proud host of the games, to not only meet each of the 20 Canada Winter Games sports’ requirements, but to offer everyday Nova Scotians updated facilities to enjoy their favourite sports and to lead active lives.
“After all this is said and done, and the games are over, we want to leave as much infrastructure as possible so that athletes, particularly young athletes, have a place to train and a place to compete,” says Jean-Paul Deveau, chair of the board of directors for the games. “It’s also important infrastructure for the recreation community to develop sports in Nova Scotia.”
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