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Reg is a retired educator and active member of the Glace Bay community.Reg is chair of the local Comnunity Health Board (CHB) and is passionate about the benefits of affordable, accessible transportation options to his neighbours and community.

Leslie is involved in a number of health and community projects on Nova Scotia’s south shore and is a board member of Community Wheels, a door-to-door community transit system serving Chester and area.

Almon brings to the table his experience and passion for transportation and community issues. Almon is a former mayor of Port Hawkesbury and board member of GASHA (Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority) where he has seen first hand the need for transportation options. “Safe and reliable transportation makes all the difference in a rural community.” almonch@icloud,com

Stephen is the General Manager of the Kings Transit Authority. Kings Transit provides accessible public transit services to Kings, Annapolis, and Digby Counties. Their philosophy is to provide quality public transit services which support the economic vitality and environmental sustainability and health of the regional community. Stephen is also Board member of the Canadian Urban Transit association.

Dale is the General Manager of the Antigonish Community Transit Society (ACTS). Thier mission is to provide a green, sustainable, multifaceted, community based transit strategy that provides accessible, efficient, reliable and safe travel for all.

Derek is active in many community groups working toward transportation solutions. Derek lives nearly car-free in Halifax, averaging less than four hours per month of car use via CarShare HFX. He commutes by bicycle, bus, and ferry, and enjoys walking.

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Anne is Executive Director of Community Links, a provincial organization supporting quality of life for Nova Scotia seniors. Transportation remains a key factor.

Claredon is founder and volunteer manager of Transport de Clare, and a founding member of the Nova Scotia Community-Based Transportation Association (now CT-NS). Since 1996 Transport de Clare has grown to provides on-demand and charter bus services to individuals, schools, and community groups, and has recently expanded to Weymouth. Claredon is also a formidable advocate for transit issues locally and provincially.

Tanya is the Executive Director of East Hants Community Learning Association/East Hants Community Rider. EHCLA believes in a strong and connected community and through individualized programming, we are opening the doors to education and transportation, helping to contribute to a more prosperous and proud community. With a hands on learning approach, and the availability of rural transportation, we are empowering individuals to live with a sense of freedom and confidence. EHCR is committed to delivering safe, affordable, and accessible rides to all those facing a transportation challenge in our community, irrespective of age or mobility issues.

Gord is an Active Living Coordinator in Lunenburg County and fosters the relationship between community transportation, active transportation and municipal vision.

Debi is a Councillor with the Municipality of Pictou County, and a former Board member of CHAD Transit. She sees the need for everyone to work together and share resources to make transit really work in Nova Scotia.

Aaron wants to work to increase awareness surrounding the importance of having access to various forms of transportation, and foster relationships with various community groups/representatives.

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Mana is a Senior Analyst in the Nova Scotia Department of Energy. Her main role is to lead and manage the sustainable transportation initiatives, as well as the coordination of the sustainable transportation grant program.

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Community Transportation Nova Scotia, through its dedicated volunteer Directors and members, offers three key ingredients to Nova Scotia’s sustainability:
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