Policies

Policies

Policies guide our actions, and are always a sought after reference.  Share yours and see how other organizations are dealing with their issues and initiatives.

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Apr. 29, 2013 District of Invermere Active Transportation Network Plan, 2008 The District of Invermere recently prepared a Community Enhancement Plan (CEP) incorporating various commercial areas and public open spaces through the core of the community. The plan describes potential developments and improvements to attract residents and visitors and accommodate diverse programming and activity within these areas. A key component of the plan is improvement of pedestrian... admin District of Invermere Link
Mar. 4, 2014 E-Cigarette Recommendations The BC Healthy Living Alliance released a policy recommendation document in March 2014. See url for details. jrerecich Link
Apr. 18, 2013 Examples of Youth Policy Frameworks admin United Way Toronto for the Youth Policy Alternatives Campaign Link
Apr. 25, 2013 Facilities Development Infrastructure development and renewal is a pressing concern for many recreation departments in times of fiscal restraint. It’s also a challenge for sport clubs. By creating partnerships, both can find ways to build new capacity.   admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Fee Access Policy - Town of Milton: Access to Recreation for Low-Income Families The purpose is to provide fee assistance to Town of Milton residents for registration in Town-operated recreation programs. This initiative is a Council-approved policy for the Town of Milton. admin Town of Milton Link
Jun. 10, 2013 Fort St. John`s Recreational Facility Allocation Policy Fort St. John`s Recreational Facility Allocation Policy admin Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Four Hypotheses about the Public Policy Significance of Youth Recreation: Lessons from a Literature Review and a Data Analysis on “Learning through Recreation” This summary report combines the key findings of these two studies as they relate to four hypotheses about the public policy significance of youth recreation advanced by the Laidlaw Foundation. admin Canadian Council on Social Development Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Gender Equity in Sport and Recreation This brochure will primarily focus on gender equity as it pertains to girls and young women in community recreation settings. admin BCRPA, HIGH FIVE®, Promotion Plus Link
Apr. 19, 2013 General Recreation Programs Guidelines (For programs exempt from the Child Care Licensing Regulation) BCRPA program standards offer parks and recreation departments a basic set of criteria to ensure that recreation and leisure programs provide for the participant’s safety and wellbeing through quality instruction and services. These standards are not intended to replace the regulations relating to child care facilities as outlined in the Community Care and Assisted Living Act. These guidelines... admin BCRPA Link
Apr. 19, 2013 GeoCache Placement Policy To provide direction for the management of geocaching as a recreational activity in provincial parks and protected areas. admin Government of BC Link
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