NAIG pushed back even farther

There will be a lot less action in Halifax in 2021 as NAIG has been pushed back even longer. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer The North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) are being pushed back again. The games were scheduled to take place this past summer in Halifax, Nova Scotia but were cancelled to 2021 after COVID-19 made the world come to a stand-still . Now it’s been pushed again. In a press release, NAIG said health and safety have taken the forefront. “In consultation with its members and stakeholders, the NAIG Council determined that for the health and safety of all, delivering the NAIG in the summer of 2021 would not be feasible.” It’s a tough blow for the young athletes who have been working hard and training for this opportunity, but it looks like they will have to wait a little bit longer. “This is such an unprecedented time…

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