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Mandate: To develop a province of engaged communities where all people embrace the benefits of recreation to enhance their quality of life.
Target Population: Recreation leaders (practitioners and volunteers), community recreation committees, commissions and departments, students, and corporate recreation service providers and, other related groups and agencies.
Highlight of Programs / Services Offered: Recreation NL is the provincial voice promoting and fostering the spirit and practice of recreation for all. They provide a full range of services to enhance members’ ability to deliver recreation throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. This includes:
- A variety of professional development opportunities including aquatics, arenas, and playgrounds.
- Provincial Annual Awards Program and Kevin Waterman Student Scholarship
- Annual General Meeting and Conference
- HIGH FIVE® is designed to promote the healthy development of children 6-12 years of age. Based upon principles of healthy child development, High Five offers workshops that combine training, assessment tools, resources, public education and collaboration to ensure children have the best possible sport and recreation experiences.
- Recreation & Sport for Persons with a Disability initiative strives to provide support for persons with a disability to fully participate in recreation, sport, and physical activity sector. For more information please contact Megan Cummings, Recreation Specialist at (709) 729-0980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Find Your Fit Physical Activity Campaign is a province-wide campaign that is designed to motivate individuals to start moving towards a healthier and more active lifestyle.
- If you have any questions about Find Your Fit! please contact Pam Mills at (709) 729-0569 or email email@example.com
- Recreation Month: celebrated annually in June, Recreation Month is dedicated to reinstating the importance of actively participating in recreation throughout various communities in the province. To access the Recreation Month toolkit, click
- Inclusive Recreation promotes the need to provide meaningful participation for people of all abilities through providing workshops and grants to recreation service providers.
- Eat Great and Participate promotes healthy eating to children and youth and works to increase access to healthy food and beverage choices. For more information, contact Stephanie O’Brien at (709) 729-4490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.