Here you will find tools, templates and best-practices to help with your integration of Framework Goals into your organizational planning.
Have a great tool or template you are using to support implementation in your organization? Share it by sending an email to [email protected] or by submitting a resource to the database using our easy online submission form.
Canadian Parks and Recreation Associaton
CPRA Executive Director Cathy Jo Noble took part in a recent espisode of The Recreation Podcast, hosted by Ryan Schwartz. Check out that episode and some interesting interviews with others in the Recreation Sector.
This presentation from CPRA can be adapted to help you share information about the Framework including: How the Framework is being implemented, next steps and how to support implementation.
NWT Recreation and Parks Association
The Report of the Working Group to Address the Calls to Action of the TRC captures the working group’s initial thoughts on recreation and reconciliation, and offers some preliminary suggestions for how we might, as an organization, embody the tenets of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC).
SPRA Framework Implementation Resources
Thanks to the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association for sharing these resources.
- Introductory Framework Documents
- Community Recreation Strategic Planning tool
- Recreation and the Quality of Life in Saskatchewan: Detailed and Summary Report / Survey Presentation and Summaries
Implementation idea: SPRA is using the magazine, DIRECTION to promote the Framework by producing issues centred around around the five goals, showcasing work member communities and organizations are doing relating to these specific goals. Check out the past two issues:
Recreation Nova Scotia
Thanks to the Recreation Nova Scotia for sharing these resources.
Promising recreation practices are examples of progressive and innovative policies, programs and plans that can enhance/align with one or multiple priorities within the Shared Strategy. Promising Practices are intended to:
- Provide municipalities and community organizations across Nova Scotia with solid examples of practices that have been used to advance/align with the goals and priorities of the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia
- Enable municipalities and community organizations to adopt/adapt some of these promising practices for their use
Recreation Nova Scotia is pleased to share information about the Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia; a collaborative recreation strategy for our province.