GRINS Legion Award Poster

Due to the COVID-19 situation, all events at the Legion in Wolfville have been cancelled for the next while.   We will reschedule once things have stabilized.   Thank you for your interest and support!   Bruce Chair, Gambling Risk Informed Nova Scotia Society VLT’s Removed from Wolfville Legion Award for Creating Safer Communities to [...]

Annapolis Valley, NS – The Kings Community Action Group on Gambling (KCAGoG) will host A Celebration of Our Work on Friday, June 20. Starting at 2 pm at Just Us Roastery in Grand Pre, KCAGoG will also hold their annual general meeting following the celebration. “Gambling harms impact the entire community – about $4 million [...]

On June 20, 2014 from 2-3:30 pm at Just Us Coffee Roastery in Hortonville (Exit 10 of the 101), Kings Community Action Group on Gambling (KCAGoG) will be hosting a celebration of our work followed by an AGM. Refreshments will be provided by Just Us!. Click for directions: When Kings Community Action Group on [...]

Heather and Bruce presented to the “Knowing our Communities” conference on Wednesday, speaking on impact of gambling industry advertising. The conference was sponsored by Injury Free Nova Scotia. The PowerPoint is available here: KCAGoG-Presentation-Knowing-our-Communities-2  

On April 3rd KCAGoG received a Wellness Intitiative Fund (WIF) grant from Eastern Kings, Western Kings and Kingston/Greenwood Community Health Boards. Reducing Dependency on VLT Revenues In our previous WIF grant (2012) we focused on beginning a campaign to raise awareness of the presence of VLTs in our county. Rather than taking a negative approach, [...]