Newsletter #15/2021

COVID-19 Recreation & Sport FAQs (16.04.21)

Following the GNB press conference on April 15, the Frequently Asked Questions document has been updated and is available in the link below.

These changes include, but are not limited to:

  • Q. 4 : Given the additional concern with the variants, Public Health has informed us that only essential travel is recommended in and out of Orange-level zones (as well as red/lockdown). Organized sport is not considered essential travel. The table with more detail has been updated.
  • Q. 8 and Q. 10: Clarity on gatherings and venue capacity limits.

With the outbreak in zone 4, the concern with the variants and the continued pressures on the health care system, Sport Branch has decided to postpone any loosening of restrictions for organized sport.

We will then proceed with intra-regional development camps for zones 1 and 6 and we remain hopeful that we will be able to run inter-regional development camps for the other zones and a provincial camp for our NextGen and HP team later this Spring.

Update on Community Use of School

Please note changes regarding Community Use of Schools made on Monday, April 12th by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) of the recent decision to delay community use of schools province-wide. A new date to open schools has not been decided. Community Use of School directives are determined by EECD and communicated through school districts. The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture will be meeting with EECD in hopes of identifying possible solutions.

April Coaches Bulletin

Swimming Canada has published the April Coaches Bulletin. This edition which focuses on the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Trials is available in the link below.

2021 Summer Employment – Swimming NB

Swimming New Brunswick is currently seeking student applications for a Summer Program Coordinator.

The position runs for 12 weeks (to be determined between May 3 and August 28) for 35/hours per week.
We encourage all our members to share this post with former swimmers who are eligible for this position.

The deadline to apply is April 20th.

Mounties swimming head coach position

Mounties family and all NB swimming Community will be saying goodbye to longtime swim coach John Peters as he retires at the end of April.

Mount Allison Mounties varsity swimming program is looking for a motivated and energetic head coach who is comfortable with the university recruiting process.

To see the complete job description and details on how to apply for the position:

Best regards,
Marwen Ghali

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