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Conductive Education March Break Camp and Adult Wellness Retreat

Conductive Education, through March of Dimes, is running a program for children and adults with neurological motor disorders. They combine education and rehabilitation with the aim to increase independence and confidence in everyday life. These programs are a great social opportunity for people as well as providing an opportunity to improve independence in activities such as eating, dressing, transferring in and out of chair, bathroom routine, etc… Both the March Break camp and Adult Wellness Retreat merge traditional camp/retreat activities (campfires, art, cooking, music, etc) with the Conductive Education program.

Adult Wellness Retreat Poster

March Break Camp Poster

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News from CAAWS

Recently CAAWS, the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity along with our partners, AthletesCAN and Coaches of Canada with support from the Government of Canada launched the new resource Leading the Way: Working with LGBT Athletes and Coaches.  It would be great if you could circulate this information electronically…

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Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) takes part in Advocacy Day on Parliament Hill

On Tuesday October 21st, CPRA participated in the Sport Matters led Advocacy Day on Parliament Hill bringing together over 50 representatives from recreation, sport and physical activity for meetings with some 50 MPs and decisions makers in Ottawa.  CJ Noble and Visnja Zaborski Breton represented CPRA and together – with individuals from organizations like ParticipACTION,…

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Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) Appearance before the House of Commons Finance Committee

On Monday October 20th, CPRA had the privilege of appearing before the Finance Committee as part of their pre-budget hearings. This was a great achievement as only a few dozen organizations have the opportunity to present to the committee in person during their pre-budget hearings each year. Jennifer Reynolds, (CPRA Past President), represented CPRA by…

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Take Me Outside Day – October 29, 2014

Join in a national day of recognizing the importance of taking children outside. For more information on this initiative go to www.takemeoutside.ca.

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