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More than 800 individuals and 75 organizations in Nova Scotia and beyond have shown their support of HPC by becoming members. Membership is open to any individual or organization supporting our mission, vision and values.

Becoming a member is free and
takes only a few minutes

HPC has two categories of members:

  • Individual members
    This membership is open to any individual, who does not represent an agency, organization and/or institution, but who supports HPC’s mission, vision and values. Individual members are entitled to one vote.
  • Organizational members
    This membership is open to any agency, organization and/or institution supporting HPC’s mission, vision and values and whose mandate involves some aspect of health promotion work in Nova Scotia, as broadly defined by the Ottawa Charter. Every organizational member of the Society is entitled to have two representatives attend any meeting of the Society, but is entitled to only one vote.

Membership Benefits Include

  • You receive the HPC E-Bulletin twice a month.
  • You are entitled to attend any members’ meeting.
  • You have voting rights at the Annual General Meeting.
  • You are eligible to be elected to HPC’s Board of Directors.
  • You have priority access to HPC events and professional development opportunities.
  • You become part of an extensive pool of collective knowledge and skills.
  • You have access to the latest documents, reports and info on health promotion in Nova Scotia.

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+ Individual members – This membership is open to any individual, who does not represent an agency, organization and/or institution, but who supports the goals and objectives of the Society. Individual members are entitled to one vote. ++ Organizational members – This membership is open to any agency, organization and/or institution supporting the goals and objectives of the Society and whose mandate involves some aspect of health promotion work in Nova Scotia, as broadly defined by the Ottawa Charter. Every organizational member of the Society shall be entitled to have two representatives attend any meeting of the Society, but will be entitled to only one vote.