Portfolio Category: Best Practices

Becoming a CS4L Community

Becoming a CS4L community Building an Activation Plan that works for your community How should you advanced CS4L in your community? What does the understanding of and the implementation of CS4L look like? The answer to these question is likely not the same as in the community down the road. This document will allow you…
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Richmond Sport for Life Strategy

Richmond Sport for Life Strategy The Richmond Sport for Life Strategy is one of four inter-related strategies that serve to achieve a Council-endorsed initiative: the Richmond Community of Excellence for Sport and Wellness initiative. This partnership-based initiative aims to position Richmond as the best place for residents to play and to achieve their highest potential,…
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Winnipeg Community Sport Policy

Winnipeg Community Sport Policy January, 2012 - “To achieve positive change among Manitoba’s population, communities, organizations and governments need to pool their commitment, leadership and resources. Sports, recreation, education, fitness and other organizations need to work together to identify and remove or minimize the barriers to participation.” Manitoba Physical Activity Action Plan (2001) Download here
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The Vancouver Sport Strategy

The Vancouver Sport Strategy May, 2008 - From our ocean playground to Olympic venues, the Vancouver Sport Strategy (VSS) reflects our city and its citizens - dynamic, progressive and forward - looking. It provides a roadmap for the way ahead in sport for all Vancouver residents and charts a course for a new approach to sport…
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The Role of Monitoring Growth in LTAD

The Role of Monitoring Growth in LTAD This document is intended as a resource to help NSOs to determine the next steps in the implementation of the long-term development of the participant / athlete. The guides throughout the four main stages in the implementation of the Long Term Development participant / athlete by determining the…
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School Sport with a Difference

School Sport with a Difference “Instead of having one team for the boys and one team for the girls, we have as many teams as kids that want to play.” Bill Simpson is one of education’s champions for promoting sports participation in schools. Their intramural program has a different agenda from other leagues – participation…
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Quality Sport Checklist: Ask your Schools & Coaches

Quality Sport Checklist: Ask your Schools & Coaches The Quality Sport Checklist provides parents with questions to ask teachers, coaches and caregivers to determine whether their programs provide the tools for kids to develop physical literacy. Download here
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