Athletes competed in the third round of the Lifesaving Sport Series on Saturday, August 22 at Martinique Beach in Halifax County.
Attached is the safety plan for the Canadian Surf Lifesaving Championship (CSLC), taking place August 28 to 30 at Martinique and Rainbow Haven Beaches.
NOVA SCOTIA’S LIFEGUARDS TO END SUPERVISION
Halifax, N.S. – The Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service (NSLS) will be completing supervision for the summer this weekend.
NOVA SCOTIA TO HOST THE CANADIAN SURF LIFESAVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
After receiving and reviewing the most recent water quality test results, the Medical Officer of Health has authorized the reopening of Melmerby Beach in Pictou County for swimming, effective immediat
Melmerby Beach in Pictou County is closed for swimming due to poor water quality. For more information, please see the attached Question and Answer sheet.
Athletes competed in the second round of the Lifesaving Sport Series on Saturday, August 8 at Rissers Beach in Lunenburg County.
Athletes competed in the first round of the Lifesaving Sport Series on Wednesday, July 29 at Point Michaud Beach in Richmond County.
The Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service (NSLS) encourages all beach patrons to understand the power of rip currents, and the strength they carry.
Halifax, N.S. – Nova Scotia’s lifeguards are set to hit the sand and waves of the province’s most popular beaches when supervision begins on Wednesday, July 1.