Supported by the New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Authority


Nominations for Induction in the following calendar year are accepted until October 19th. All nomination forms must be received by the deadline.

Any individual, association, First Nation community or organization may submit a nomination.

Each nomination is eligible for three (3) consecutive years. If at the end of three (3) consecutive years of eligibility, a nomination has not been selected for induction, the nomination must sit inactive for a period of one (1) year after which the nomination can be resubmitted.

All nominations will be considered at an initial NB Aboriginal Sport Hall of Fame Committee meeting during the second week of September. Depending on the outcome of that process, further information on the nomination may be required. The final selection process will take place during the last week of October and the names will be released to the media in early November.

CATEGORIES: Athlete, Builder and Team



•    Any athlete (able bodied or an athlete with a disability) who has attained a high level of excellence and brought recognition or honour to their First Nation community, New Brunswick or the Aboriginal sport community sport on a provincial, regional, or national level in relation to participation in open level sport(s) competition.

•    A NB member of a Canadian Team may stand for induction as an individual athlete.

•    An individual is not eligible for nomination until three (3) years following retirement from open level sport(s) competition.

•    An individual retired for a period of three (3) years from open level sport(s) competition, but still competing in Seniors or Masters competition is eligible for consideration.


All nomination forms will be mailed to the address below and received by the September 30th deadline. The envelope must include all information (provided below) as to ensure that the nominations remain sealed until the New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport Hall of Fame Committee gather to review the applications for each of the nominees.

For further information please contact Mr. Pat Bernard, NBASRA Chairperson at (506) 999-1105 or