Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) 2012 Conference Presentations


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Presentations from the 
Annual Conference

Melfort, SK
October 18 - 20, 2012


Aboriginal Recreation - Traditional Values

Identifies the issues affecting Aboriginal populations with regards to satisfying their recreation needs. Focuses on program planning to...

After-School Programs

Provides an overview of challenges and opportunities during the after school time period, and the objectives of the Multi-Sectoral...

Energy Efficiency for Recreational Ice Facilities

Using the Westhills Arena as an example, this slide show describes leading edge technologies including 100% waste heat recovery, enhanced...

Getting the Most Out of your Park and Open Space System

Outlines why communities should have a quality parks and open space system and what the system should look like, how a community can...

LIN and the National Recreation Database

This presentation from the 2012 Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Annual Conference highlights the ongoing development of the...

Promoting Social Inclusion of Newcomers Through Recreation & Sport

The increase in immigrant residents in Saskatchewan has also resulted in greater demand being placed on recreation service providers to...

Recreation Professionals: Are We the Best We Can Be?

This presentation stimulates thinking about what recreation professionals can do to ensure recreation and parks is viewed as being...

Unity Paw Park

This slide show describes the origins, development and benefits of the Town of Unity dog park. Volunteer work, fundraising and park rules...
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