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Are you interested in the idea of camping but don’t know where to start? Saskatchewan Parks and our Learn to Camp program can help!

Three ways to learn:Choose an overnight experience at one of three participating parks! We supply all of the camping equipment you will need. You supply your own food, bedding, and personal items (clothing, toiletries, etc).

“Discovery Saturday: Very Vintage Christmas” event on Saturday, Dec. 20, 1 to 4 p.m. (all ages, by donation). “Enjoy the smooth holiday sounds of local singer-songwriter Reid Jamieson – from well-loved Christmas classics by greats such as Bing Crosby and Elvis to Reid’s very own seasonal songs (Reidjamieson.com).

Dieppe KITE International is the largest festival of its kind in North America.

The Dieppe Kite International is comprised of three types of activity: kite flying, community activities and cultural activities.

Eastern Ontario's first Stand Up Paddle business now in it's 4th year serving Canada's Capital Region.

   Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is the fastest growing water sport because it's fun and easy to learn.  It's a sport for all ages and abilities from touring around on flatwater to running whitewater or catching a wave SUP has caught on.   You can find SUP on lakes, rivers, oceans and even in pools around the world from floating yoga to SUP racing there is SUPthing for everyone!   

BIXI Montreal is a great example of how to make  urban cycling a more practical and attractive transportation option. BIXI makes it convenient for commuters to cycle rather than drive, especially for frequent, short trips. It is a turn-key service that is inexpensive and replicable across many countries and cultures. In addition, by making cycling more chic and attractive.

Students at Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School (CCVS) got into the Olympic spirit February 13 as the school hosted a qualifier for the Ontario Special Olympics Four Corners Provincial Championships in bocce ball.The event was hosted by CCVS to give special needs students at the school the chance to enjoy an athletic tradition they had experienced at the former Kinsmen Vincent Massey School.The tournament also fit in with the board’s philosophy of inclusive educational

Unstructured play in nature is proven to be beneficial to children of all ages. Turn off the TV and join us for interactive, seasonal play activities designed to connect you and your child with nature. Get comfortable playing outside! Explore nature using all of your senses. Build a fort, follow an animal track and see where it takes you? Scoop critters from the water, net insects on flowers and observe up close. Create creatures using mud natural materials and imagination.

The Arctic Winter Games is a high profile circumpolar sport competition for northern and arctic athletes. The Games provide an opportunity to strengthen sport development in the participants’ jurisdictions, to promote the benefits of sport, to build partnerships, and to promote culture and values. The Games celebrate sport, social exchange and cultures.

To kick off celebrations for North American Indigenous Games Year Out Celebrations , we will be running a program called “Sport Spots” for the week of July 20th to July 26th. We are offering children/youth 10 – 19 yrs old, the chance to take part in some sports that are involved in the NAIG games next year. This opportunity is completely free of charge. We will be showcasing two sports per day.

Trails go far beyond beautifying our cities, towns and rural lands. They reach into the very fabric of each community and culture, and touch every single person living in Ontario. How can something so beautiful provide so much: economic benefits, health and environmental benefits, and social and heritage benefits?