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CPRA
Canadian Parks and Recreation Association / L’Association canadienne des parcs et loisirs - dedicated to realizing the full potential of parks and recreation.
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CPRA Feb 26
The 2020 Para Sport Jumpstart Fund is now accepting applications. To learn more about the opportunity from the the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, please visit
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CPRA Feb 25
Remember to apply for the Harry Boothman Bursary! Find out more at
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Recreation NL Feb 24
Rethinking the circumstances in which physical activity is introduced to girls? Register for this webinar for engaging/retaining girls (9-15) in recreational sport. .
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Canadian Women & Sport | Femmes et sport Canada Feb 24
Big news: CAAWS is now Canadian Women & Sport! We’re still passionate advocates for women and girls, but with a new name and a new look. Visit and check out our manifesto video (👇) to learn more.
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CPRA Feb 24
Registration is now open for CPCIL's webinar: Starting a Conversation on Conservation Mental Health
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FriendsofBlueMtnBirchCoveLakes Feb 20
A new 'toolbox' for cities and organizations planning parks, managing forests & trees, + much more. All from . Superb collection of usable models and ideas!
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CPRA Feb 24
There's still time to RSVP for our webinar tomorrow at noon Eastern with Peter Morrow from the Sport Information Resource Centre:
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SIRC Feb 20
STUDY. A USA review of physical activity in parks, revealed that seniors and girls are two underrepresented populations in vigorous activity in parks.
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CPRA Feb 20
New webinar: Engaging/Retaining Girls (9-15) in Recreational Sport
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CPRA Feb 20
Nouveau webinaire : Inciter et retenir les filles (9-15 ans) dans les sports récréatifs
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CPRA Feb 13
CPRA in full force - discussing physical activity with sector partners in Toronto.
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NWTRPA Feb 13
The Canadian Parks and Recreation Association offers a bursary program for those in parks and recreation seeking financial assistance for professional development. Apply before march 31:
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CPRA Feb 13
5-years ago today Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers endorsed the Framework for Recreation in Canada. 5 years later the implementation of the five Framework goals is going strong across Canada!
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EdmontonSportCouncil Feb 12
Join Peter Morrow from who, in partnership with for a webinar on Feb 25 at 10 AM MT on "Concussion Management: Best practices and lessons from the Canadian sport and recreation system". More info at
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ParticipACTION Feb 12
Join 's Concussion Management webinar on February 25th. It will share insights from the concussion conversations currently happening in the sport and recreation sectors on management and prevention. RSVP online at
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CPRA Feb 12
There's still time to RSVP for the webinar on concussion management:
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SIRC Feb 12
WEBINAR On Feb 25 ’s and will be delivering a free webinar on management best practices. Register today!
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CPRA Feb 11
Remember to apply for FCM's Sustainable Communities Awards:
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CPRA Feb 10
In case you missed it: We are currently accepting applications for the Harry Boothman Bursary. Find out more at
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CPRA Feb 6
CJ Noble, our CEO, attended the Northern Lights Business & Cultural Showcase last night! Find out more about the event and the Arctic Inspiration Prize at
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