Parks and Recreation Canada Volume 34 (1976) Issues 1-6

Publisher/Sponsor: 

Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA)

Issue 1 Contains:

  • Newfoundland Hosts Its First CP/RA Conference
  • First National Games for Physically Disabled
  • Managing and Manipulating Public Participation
  • Adult Games Need Not Be Competitive

Issue 2 Contains:

  • Parks, Open Space and Trees in the People's Republic of China
  • What is the Future for Amateur Sport Organizations in Canada?
  • The Potential of Soviet-Hardy Plants in Canada
  • Better Lighting Design and Its Relationship to the Environment

Issue 3 Contains:

  • A Modern Approach to Leisure - Non Competitive Pools
  • Urban Open Space Planning - Uniformity the Key Word
  • A Toast to the 1976 Olympic Games and Special Olympiad
  • Erosion Control in Parks - A Varying Technique for Each Condition

Issue 4 Contains:

  • Charter of Leisure Discussed at Second World Congress
  • First Bicentennial Event in the U.S.A - Pasadena's Rose Parade
  • Leisure Education and The Schools - Some Principles
  • Better Trees for Urban Environments Discussed in Depth

Issue 5 Contains:

  • Managing Recreational Use of Sand Dune/Beach Areas
  • The Order of Time in Leisure and Religion
  • Safety in Children's Play Environments
  • Finally, a Cure for Dutch Elm Disease

Issue 6 Contains:

  • CP/RA Speaks Out On Federal In Parks/Recreation
  • Trip Of A Lifetime To 1977 World Congress, Durban, South Africa
  • Increasing The Public's Awareness of "Recreation"
  • "Dog" Spelled Backwards is "God"
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