Anne Robinson and Associates Collection

Anne Robinson and Associates brings ‘practical research and planning’ to the parks and recreation field. With over 25 years experience, including administrative, political and volunteer portfolios, Anne is a seasoned planner with a proven ability to work with organizations and communities. She has excellent communication skills, an appreciation for the challenges of engaging communities and an intuitive talent in facilitating, coordinating and reporting. Anne Robinson, B.of Sc. Rec., M.PA.., has managed numerous parks and recreation master plans, needs assessments, feasibility studies and policy projects. Working with a selected team of professionals, while building group and community consensus, Anne Robinson and Associates delivers practical strategies; simple, effective policy development and viable project results.
Contact Anne at [email protected] or by calling 613-692-3934.

Best Practices: Confederation Trail, P.E.I.

Describes one of the most advanced trail systems in Canada, from both programming and construction perspectives.

Community Approaches that Work for Youth

This document contains the proceedings of a forum for educators, social workers, youth workers, recreationists, municipal councillors,...

Ice Allocation (related to municipal amalgamation)

Provides a general overview of the fears of ice users when municipal amalgamation occurs, suggestions on ways to proceed when faced with...

In Search of Fun

Originally published in Parks and Recreation Canada magazine, this article muses on the importance of fun and satisfaction in our leisure...

Leisure Trends Monitor

This is Vol. 1 Issue 1 of a new quarterly publication concerning leisure trends in Canada.

MANOTICK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTION and BY-LAWS

Provides an example of constitution and bylaws for a non-profit organization. The objects of the Association are to assist in advancing the...

Needs Assessment: Planning by Design not Default

This presentation, from the 2003 Parks and Recreation Ontario Annual Education Forum, demonstrates the concept of logic models and their...

Physical Activity and Obesity

Despite the fact that physical activity levels of Canadian adults has grown, so has the rate of obesity among both children and adults....

Roots of Our Routes

This presentation, from the TrailLink 2001Conference, in St. Louis, USA in September 2001 is designed to do three things: to give...

Rural Tourism Study: Executive Summary

The intent of the Rural Tourism Study, administered by the Business Development Branch, City of Ottawa, was to examine the creation and...

Today's Priority Investment: Parks

This article, published in the first issues of Leisure Trends, suggests that the best investment communities can make is in preserving...

Understanding Youth in Canada

This article, originally published in PROFile, Summer 2002, discusses some principles for providing challenging and worthwhile recreational...

Understanding Youth in Canada 2002 *

This report, which formed the foundation for the development of a ‘youth service model’ for the military addresses the following issues,...

Walk and Roll Guide: A Guide to Active Transportation To, From and At the Workpl

This 62 page document is "A Guide to Active Transportation To, From and At the Workplace", promoting healthier and more environmentally...

Where's that Life of Leisure?

The dream of a leisure society that many people envisioned in the 1970's has all but evaporated. This article, published in the first...
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