Parks and Recreation Canada Volume 45 (1987) Issues 1-5


Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA)

Issue 1 Contains:

  • Pricing and the Equity Issue in Public Leisure Service Delivery
  • The Balancing Act: Enhancing Resource Acquisition
  • Implementing a Travel Program: A Case Study in Revenue Generation
  • Roof Leaks and Declining Attendance: The Challenge of Captial Conservation and Capital Improvements

Issue 2 Contains:

  • "Organizational Health Analysis". A Model for Use in Understanding and Assessing the State of Health of an Organization
  • Creative Management: The Key is People Development
  • Tomorrow's Community Leaders: How We Can Help
  • Networking and Tele Communications: An Alternative Communication Medium for the Leisure Profession

Issue 3 Contains:

  • People and Leisure Services in a Changing Society
  • The University and the Recreation Profession
  • The Importance of Planning For Leisure in Retirement
  • Overlooking the Unemployed as a Potential New Leisure Class

Issue 4 Contains:

  • Friendship and Loneliness: Challenges for the Recreation Profession
  • Community Participation For All. Bridging the Gap Between Institution and Community
  • Waupoos Farm: A Holiday for the Psychiatrically Disabled
  • Working with Refugee Newcomers in Saskatoon

Issue 5 Contains:

  • Open Space: "A Lifestyle Annuity"
  • Rural Parks - You've got to be Kidding!
  • Winter Adaptation of Outdoor Recreation Facilities
  • Winter Heats Up "Winter Cities Showcase 88"
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