A Framework for Recreation in Canada 2015 – Pathways to Wellbeing provides a new vision for recreation and identifies common ways of thinking about the role of recreation in Canadian life, based on clear goals and underlying values and principles. The Framework has been endorsed by the Government of Canada, Provincial and Territorial Ministers, the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, Provincial and Territorial Parks and Recreation Associations and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
To support the sustainable, long-term implementation of the Framework in Saskatchewan, our collaborative Engagement Team is developing a Framework for Recreation in Canada Provincial Engagement Strategy.
This Engagement Strategy will assist SPRA members, as well as communities, decision makers, and municipal and provincial governments in using the Framework to:
We will make an announcement on our website and in Parks & Recreation Connection, once the Engagement Strategy is available for use.
For Framework implementation tools, resources, information and more, visit the National Recreation Framework Portal hosted by the Leisure Information Network.
SPRA is seeking the input and feedback of the membership regarding the implementation of Framework for Recreation in Canada in your respective communities.
By sharing these examples, we are helping each other to create sustainable, long-term solutions for recreation in our Province.
Send in any Framework implementation examples or success stories to:
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
For more information on the Framework, click on the image below to view the National Recreation Framework – Did You Know? document.