COVID-19 Advice for Events

Review the latest information for event organizers, communities and venues on the current situation.


Major events have a direct impact on our province’s economy and we know it’s important to assess that value. We support and train communities and event organizers to collect survey information from event attendees and participants to measure the success of an event.

Over the past number of years we’ve had the opportunity to evaluate the economic impact of the following sport and cultural events hosted across Nova Scotia. If you’d like to learn more about economic impact and how we might be able to evaluate your event please contact us.


2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

2019 Memorial Cup Presented by KIA

2019 World Junior Curling Championships

2019 National Youth Track & Field Championships (Legion Nationals)

2019 Devour! The Food Film Festival


2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games

2018 Celtic Colours International Festival


2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship

2017 Tall Ships Festival

2017 Wharf Rat Rally

2017 Halifax Pop Explosion

2017 World Junior A Hockey Challenge


2016 World Sledge Hockey Challenge Bridgewater


2015 Country Music Week

2015 RBC Canada Cup & Tour Nova Scotia Open

2015 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship

2015 CIS University Cup


2014 Halifax International Busker Festival

2014 CheerExpo Nationals

2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Jr Curling Championships

2014 World U17 Hockey Challenge


2013 Devour Food Film Festival

2013 PGA Tour Canada Cape Breton Celtic Classic


2012 Riverfront Jubilee

2012 World Jr. A Hockey Challenge

2012 TELUS World Skins

2012 Canada Russia Hockey Series

2012 Canada 55+ Games


2011 Wharf Rat Rally

2011 Canada Games


2010 Nova Scotia Music Week

2010 Evolve Music Festival

2010 Dutch Mason Blues Festival

2010 Tim Hortons Brier


2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championship

2009 Antigonish Highland Games