Parks and Recreation Ontario Papers 2002

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 Uncovering Ontario's Best Kept Secret

PRO Forum 
April 14 - 16, 2002
Hamilton Convention Centre

Beyond the Words Customer and Service: To Create a Service Driven Agency

This presentation, from the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum, provides information on what it takes to become a truly...

Community Sport Councils in Ontario - An Overview

A community sport council can play an important role in the ongoing advancement of a sport community. This session, from the Parks and...

Early Years Funding Frenzy

This presentation, from the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum, describes how individuals, citizen associations, and local...

Fitness Member Customer Satisfaction Survey

This survey of customer satisfaction, and accompanying letter, was used as an example in the Branding and Benefits and Beyond the Words...

Integrated Pest Management

After a brief introduction to the landscape industry in Ontario, this presentation at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum,...

Ontario Sport Action

This presentation, from the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum provides an overview of national activities related to sport and...

Ontario’s Secret Pathways: Trails

This presentation, from the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum, provides an introduction to the major issues involved in...

Risk Management - Cover Your Assets

A major part of recreation is managing risk through: identification and analysis of risk exposure, determining alternative options,...

Seven Elements of Principled Negotiation

These Elements formed part of a presentation at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum. Forum 2002 - Uncovering Ontario's Best...

Sharing the secret across Canada

This presentation at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum provides information on the expansion of the HIGH FIVE Program...

Sport for All Overview

This presentation was part of the session on Community Sport Councils at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum. It provides an...

The Future of Parks and Recreation

A review of 10 trends that will affect recreation in the future.

Understanding and Employing the Information Age Generations

Born in the early 60s to the late 70s, the Nexus generation (the often misunderstood Generation X) is a sophisticated and savvy bunch....

Youth Recreation - A Pathway To Citizenship?

This presentation is from the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2002 Annual Forum. Through examination of academic literature, it illustrates...
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