Voice your concerns!

Who do I contact?

Below you will find recommendations for the most effective avenues of communication in order to have your concerns addressed. The NSBA thanks you for your support on behalf of all Nova Scotia band members – we are stronger together.

Regional Centres for Education Avenues of Communication:

It is recommended that you voice your concerns to your regional representatives in the following sequence:

Fellow Parents (Music/Band Auxiliary, Home & School, School Advisory Co

Local School Principal

Local Family of Schools Supervisor

Regional Program Coordinator

Regional System Supervisor

Regional Executive Director of Education

You can find contact information for your Regional Centre for Education here.

Political Avenues of Communication:

Minister and Deputy Minister of Education – Contact Information

Opposition Parties’ Education Critic – LiberalNew Democratic Party

Local Member of the Legislative Assembly – Find your MLA

For concerns related to community band programs the NSBA recommends contacting the following public officials:

Local Municipal Councillor

Local Municipal Chief Administrative Officer

Local Municipal Department of Recreation and Culture

Local Mayor

You can find contact information for your local municipality here.

Local Member of the Legislative Assembly – Find your MLA

Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage – Contact

If you would like to join the NSBA Band Advocacy Committee please contact:

Hope Gendron
NSBA Executive Director
nsband@eastlink.ca

Supporting and Promoting Bands in Nova Scotia