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Best-Practices

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Date Posted Titlesort icon Summary Description Contributer Source Attachment/Link
Apr. 22, 2013 BCHLA Policies - Healthy Schools and Literacy BCHLA policy recommendations for physical literacy admin BC Healthy Living Alliance Link
Apr. 24, 2013 BEAT Neighbourhood Assessment Tool to assess the built environment of neighbourhoods. admin BC Recreation and Parks Association and Union of BC Municipalities, BEAT, Physical Activity Strategy Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Bella Coola to Four Mile Trail: Trail Location and Engineering Design, 2009 This report summarizes the layout and design of the proposed walking/bicycle path between the Bella Coola town site and the 4 Mile residential area. admin Bella Coola Link
Apr. 26, 2013 Benefits of Aligning Recreation and Sport Whether it’s programs that support physical literacy for children, greater opportunities for adults and seniors to pursue lifelong physical activity and wellness, or innovative approaches to facility usage, each sector recognizes that the others have something unique to offer, making the collective stronger and more positive for everyone in the community. admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
May. 8, 2013 BEST - Better Environmentally Sound Transportation BEST has led the call for dramatic improvements to transportation policy and planning in the Greater Vancouver region and across Canada; through policy, consultation, research and communications. admin BEST - Better Environmentally Sound Transportation Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Best Practice Tip Sheet - Grandfathering This Best Practice Tip Sheet is simply being presented by our Association as a reference tool/guide to strengthen and support the ongoing risk-management programs of today’s owner/operators and playground practitioners. It is not intended to present further requirements or measures of performance for owner/operators, manufacturers, or suppliers of Children’s Playspaces and Equipment. admin Canadian Association of Playground Practitioners (CAPP) Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Best Practice Tip Sheet - Playspace Inspections This Best Practice Tip Sheet is simply being presented by our Association as a reference tool/guide to strengthen and support the ongoing risk-management programs of today’s owner/operators and playground practitioners. It is not intended to present further requirements or measures of performance for owner/operators, manufacturers, or suppliers of Children’s Playspaces and Equipment. admin Canadian Association of Playground Practitioners (CAPP) Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Best Practices for Physical Activity at Childcare among Preschool-aged Children admin ParticipACTION Research Files Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Boys and Girls Club: Contributing to Physical Activity and Healthy Eating for Young Canadians, 2007 BGCC's position paper, Contributing to Physical Activity and Healthy Eating for Young Canadians calls for making access to physical activity and food security a federal priority. admin Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada This paper explores the challenges and opportunities facing Canada’s children and youth today. It examines their conditions and prospects, and highlights our current understanding of the role played by communities as they reinforce the efforts of families and schools, forming an essential third pillar of support to nurture our youth. And it highlights the significant contribution that Boys and... admin Boys and Girls Club: Developing Healthy and Confident Young People, 2007 Link
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