Check out the Prairie Central District required guidelines for:
Please note that each participant at each event will be required to complete the Participant Screening Questionnaire
Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE) have recommendations intended to help educators, school administrators, policy makers, parents/guardians, caregivers, physicians and healthcare providers in implementing changes that will improve the health and wellbeing of school-aged children and youth. Read more info on how to improve student health and wellbeing by managing school-related sedentary behaviour.
TEC Talks with PCD – Register here if your sport, culture or recreation community organization would like a virtual, interactive small group session about current technology platforms such as Zoom, Canva and Google Docs. We are not professionals but would like to share what we have learned.
The 2021 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Adults represents a comprehensive summary of the literature and national-level surveys in the field of physical activity, recreation and sport. The Report Card assigns letter grades to 18 different indicators grouped into four categories: Daily Behaviours, Individual Characteristics, Spaces, Places & Cultural Norms, & Strategies & Investments. Read More
Check out the latest CSCH e-newsletter. To access the e-newsletter, click here
The Yorkton Film Festival Golden Sheaf Award DVD Tours are accepting bookings. Click here to book yours today.
Saskatchewan’s Lottery Funding – Sask Lotteries has produced a short informational video that explains how lottery proceeds benefit sport, culture and recreation groups in the province. All lottery-funded groups are encouraged to use and share this video where appropriate, including meetings, presentations, training sessions, email newsletters and social media. View on YouTube or Download from Dropbox
Wellness Together Canada (WTC) launched in April 2020 to help address the unprecedented rise in feelings of stress, anxiety and depression in Canada due to COVID-19. This portal offers access to free and confidential online mental health and substance use supports, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in both official languages. For those without internet access, services are still available over the phone.
You can also check out their social media posts on their channels:
Twitter: @GovCanHealth / @GouvCanSante; @CPHO_Canada / @ACSP_Canada
Facebook: Healthy Canadians / Canadiens en santé
LinkedIn: Health Canada / Santé Canada; Public Health Agency of Canada / Agence de la santé publique du Canada
Instagram: Healthy Canadians / Canadiens en santé
Please feel free to contact Julie Drury, Manager of Stakeholder Relations at the Mental Health Division of Health Canada at email@example.com should you have additional questions
Keeping active is an important part of maintaining good physical and mental health.Click here to visit the Active for Life website that has many tips on ‘raising physically literate kids’
Check out the Common Weal Community Arts videos with Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway that were done during a buffalo hide scraping workshop from her home. Follow their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/skcommonweal for more videos. There will be a full video series with SK curriculum lesson plans out on the National Centre for Collaboration in Indigenous Educationwebsite this fall.
Saskatchewan Leading The Way With Safe Sport Campaign – Learn More
In addition, the campaign supports Sask Sport and their members in the promotion of resources to ensure more coaches are trained in current safe sport best practices. For more information on various sport resources, contacts and training, visit http://www.sasksport.sk.ca/safesport/
Sask Sport has recently expanded its partnership with the Respect Group Inc. to include a Respect in Sport Resource Line This toll-free service provides bilingual response to calls, texts or emails by expert staff who will guide you to the necessary resources pertaining to:
- child and youth maltreatment
- national/provincial child and youth protection laws, and
- organization-specific risk management and dispute resolution models
In the event you are faced with a situation involving maltreatment and are unsure how to proceed, the Respect Resource Line is confidential and anonymous, and available 365 days per year. Visit https://support.respectgroupinc.com to best ensure you are able to contact them directly for any assistance with their Respect in Sport program!
RESPECT IN SPORT PARENT PROGRAM
This program is effective and informative for parents and caregivers of active children. This unique certification program complements Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders/Coaches by reinforcing a parent’s role in their child’s activities. This program encourages positive sport behaviors, and provides insight into the roles of coaches and officials. This program:
- Empowers parents to ensure the safety of their children
- Encourages positive and effective communication and
- Enhances a child’s overall enjoyment of the activity
Contact Aileen at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 306.726.2087 for more information.
The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), SaskCulture, Sask Sport Inc., and the Canadian Red Cross have a vision that Sport, Culture and Recreation in Saskatchewan will be free of harassment and abuse.
Talk It Out: Support Line
For e-support, contact email@example.com
Sport for Life released their revised Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity 3.0 resource document. Long Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity is a framework for the development of every child, youth, and adult to enable optimal participation in sport and physical activity. This third edition brings a number of important updates and enhancements.
“Indigenous Communities: Active for Life is a culturally tailored resource that has been developed by Sport for Life Society and the Aboriginal Sport Circle, with input from many Indigenous sport and physical activity leaders across the country “. Click here for more information and to access the resource.
*Community Initiatives Fund- Investing in Saskatchewan Communities
*Creative Sask Grant
*I Am Stronger Grant
*Sask Culture Funding
*Sask Sport Funding
*SPRA Grants and Funding Opportunities Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation have compiled over 180 unique opportunities specific to Sport, Culture and Recreation into the 2021-2022 SPRA Grants and Funding Opportunities Guide. It is a great starting point for both professionals and volunteers working within their sector for grants to support projects, programs or initiatives.
*TAP (Sask Energy)
*Canada Council for the Arts
*Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant
*Canadian Parks and Recreation Association
*Canadian Wildlife Federation
*Farm Credit Canada AgriSpirit Fund
*Harry Boothman Bursary – Deadline is March 31 of each year
Advocacy & Changing Public Policy
Communication for Non-Profits
Diversity and Inclusiveness
Financial Management for Non-Profit Organizations
Human Resource Management
National Framework for Recreation in Canada
Risk Management for Non-Profit Organizations
Setting up a Non-Profit Organization
Campaign Kit (for planning, promoting & implementing volunteer apreciation events)
Vollinspire Getting Started Guide (New Volunteer Recruitment Technology of Saskatchewan)
Assessment of Organizational Volunteer Engagement- Part 1
Assessment of Organizational Volunteer Engagement- Part 2
Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement
Fact Sheet- Building the Bridge to Baby Boomer Volunteers
Fact Sheet- Building the Bridge to Family Volunteers
National Occupational Standards- How-to Guide
National Occupational Standards- Info for Managers for Volunteer Resources
National Occupational Standards- Task Charts
Strategic Volunteer Engagement
2013- Volunteer Recognition Study