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CTNS April 2017 Newsletter

TRANSFORMING COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION Mobility for All!

CTNS’ annual conference Tues May 16, 9am-4pm;  NSCC-Truro campus,  McCarthy Hall Room 112 Keynotes: Deputy Minister Simon d’Entremont (Seniors) and Deputy Minister Tracey Taweel (Communities, Culture and Heritage). Dale Bogle, Manager of Antigonish Transit Society (ACTS), and Leslie Taylor, both CTNS board members, will discuss their success in using the L.E.A.D. model in building community transportation accessibility in Guysborough and Queens Counties.  Click here to see the Workshop Overview. Registration details here   For more information contact:  AGM2017@communitytransitns.ca  Toll Free 1-855-253-9355 (Community Links)

CTNS now has charitable status!

CTNS is now recognized as a charity by Canada Revenue Agency. You can now donate to CTNS and receive a tax receipt. Donate to CTNS.  Click here, then scroll down to the ‘Donate” button.

 

NSPDA* Conference

Take it to the Streets

“Changing the rules so that everyone has room to move…”

May 17-19, 2017 Halifax, Lord Nelson Hotel *Nova Scotia Planning Directors Association  Learn more

 

Province releases SHIFT: Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for an Aging Population  Read more.

Connect2 Funding now available.  Application deadline is May 5, 2017. Read more.

 

H/\LIF/\X Integrated Mobility Plan

 

Round 3 of Public Workshops, have your say re: Draft IMP, 6-8pm:

April 19, Cole Harbour Place April 20, Halifax Central Library April 20, NSCC Tech Campus April 24, NSCC Waterfront Campus April 26, Ecole Secondaire du Sommet, Bedford April 27, Acadia Hall, Lwr Sackville  Learn more.

 

CUSTOMIZE  YOUR PROGRAMME

The Global Public Transport Summit is the unmissable rendez-vous for any public transit professional.

Whether you are interested in railbusemerging mobility players or other hot issues, the UITP Summit will have something for you.

There are over 50 inspiring sessions bringing you global expertise with sessions focused on hot topics in North America. Explore and take your pick!

Learn more at UITP

 

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