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What Happened, What's Going to Happen at the Canada Games

You can follow what going on with Team Nova Scotia at the 2017 Canada Games with The Daily Rap, a daily summary full of news, information and photographs from Winnipeg. We'll have what to look forward to each day and also what happened. 

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Author: CanadaGames

Team Nova Scotia arrives, set to open Canada Games in style

Two waves of athletes land in Winnipeg for 50th anniversary of Games

Team Nova Scotia will be an ocean of blue Friday, July 28, at the opening ceremony for the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg, then kick the whole event off a few hours later. On July 27, the team arrived in Winnipeg to get ready for the Games.

Author: CanadaGames

Watch Team NS on TSN, Web during Canada Games

TSN Schedule Features 2 NS Teams; All Sports to be Broadcast Live Online via CanadaGamesTV

Watch Team Nova Scotia on on TSN during the Canada Games! We'll let you know if Team Nova Scotia makes those medal rounds on TV too! Check out the other competitions as Canada's young athletes go for gold. Also, all competitions during the game will be webcasted live on, giving friends, family and sports fans the change to watch Team Nova Scotia. There's a link to CanadaGamesTV on our home page. It will feature over 1,200 hours of streaming, the most in Canada Games history.

Read further for the schedule and more on streaming.

Author: CanadaGames

Lower Sackville's Griffin Featured in Canada Games 'Untold Story'

17-year-old Pitcher Expected to be Leader for Team Nova Scotia Baseball

Lower Sackville's Jaden Griffin has more stamps on his passport than your typical 17 year old. The left-handed pitcher has been a member of Canada's Junior National Team (U18) for the last two years and travelled to the United States , Cuba and the Dominican Republic to face some stiff competition.

Author: CanadaGames

MacDonald, Clarke Named Flag-bearers

Mabou Sailor and Dartmouth Paddler Will Carry Provincial Colours in Winnipeg

Sailor Siobhan MacDonald and paddler Zane Clarke will carry the Nova Scotia flag at the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg. The flag-bearers were announced during the team's pep rally today, July 8, in Halifax.
Ms. MacDonald, a Mabou native currently studying at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., will carry the flag for the opening ceremonies on July 28 in Winnipeg. Mr. Clarke, of Dartmouth, will carry the Nova Scotia flag at the closing ceremonies on Aug. 13. Note: Photos of the flag bearers can be found under the Photo tab above.

Author: CanadaGames

2017 Canada Games

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