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Date Posted Title Summary Description Contributer Source Attachment/Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Before & After School Program - Parent Handbook and Registration Parent Handbook with policies and procedures for the Before & After School Program. admin The Boys and Girls Club of Pembroke Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Active After School Programs for Girls and Young Women; Policy and Recommendations The policy was developed based on consultations conducted through the spring of 2011 with practitioners and policy makers involved in delivering healthy living programs to girls and young women. A separate report describes the findings of the consultations. admin Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Health in all Policies: Policies From the Field - Promising Food Policies from Other Places (2013) Policies from around the world that improve healthy eating and active lifestyles admin Sustain Ontario Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Local Strategies to Increase Healthy Eating & Physical Activity The policy brief begins with an overview of the issue, a brief rationale for policy, followed by case studies, a selection of current healthy eating and physical activity policies throughout the U.S., and a resource section. admin Centre for Civic Partnerships, California Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Healthy Corner Stores in Sonoma County: Healthy Food, Strong Partnerships, Good Policy In June 2012, as part of an economic development strategy, the City of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County, California, changed its General Plan and Zoning Code to create jobs and bring fresh food choices to more neighborhoods. Increasing the availability of healthy food as part of an economic development strategy did not originate in Sonoma County, but the work of the county’s Healthy Food Outlet... admin Network for a Healthy California (Centre for Civic Partnerships) Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Canada's Children's Fitness Tax Credit If your child participated in an eligible program of physical activity, you may be able to claim up to $500 for the fees paid in 2012 to register you or your spouse’s or common-law partner’s child. admin Government of Canada Link
Apr. 19, 2013 Access to Recreation Programs in Canada (2001) In the summer of 2000, the CCSD, in collaboration with the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, conducted a survey of municipal recreation departments across Canada to examine children’s access to the programs. A total of 167 municipal recreation departments were surveyed, with all provinces and territories represented among the respondents. admin Canadian Council on Social Development and Canadian Parks and Recreation Association Link
Apr. 19, 2013 BC’s Policy on Sport and Physical Activity Sport Branch Policy Framework Policy to layout framework for inclusion for all BC residents. admin Government of BC, Sport Branch 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
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
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