Posted on Aug 25, 2015
The Walkabout Awards are a celebration of people and organizations that are making communities and other environments more walkable in Nova Scotia. Through their actions, they are contributing to a culture of walking in Nova Scotia.
First introduced in 2011, the Walkabout Awards aim to acknowledge leaders who have made an effort to improve the walkability of environments where they live or work. In 2015, we have introduced three nomination categories for the Awards:
Mi’kmaq First Nation, Town, Village or Municipality
The Licenced Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia and Heart&Stroke Walkabout™ are partnering on this initiative to advance our shared belief that walkable environments are important in the lives of Nova Scotians. Working as a team, we can promote the importance of walkability and further this work across the province.
Deadline for nominations: 4:00pm, Wednesday, August 15, 2015 Friday, September 4, 2015
For more information and to download the application Walkable Award Nomination form 2015 .
As a thank you for submitting a nomination, you will be entered into a draw to win a Walkabout prize package valued at $50.Read More »