Programs: Everybody gets to play : Resources

Overview

Playing it Forward...The Case for Accessible Recreation in Alberta

ARPA's Collaborative Action Project, a community-university partnership, recently examined Everybody gets to play™ in Alberta and created a document highlighting the need for accessible recreation as well as providing a grassroots perspective on the removal of barriers. It is a guide to implementing the Everybody gets to play™ philosophy at a local and provincial level.

Download Playing it Forward...The Case for Accessible Recreation in Alberta

Playing Together – New Citizens, Sports & Belonging

The Institute for Canadian Citizenship’s “Playing together - new citizens, sports & belonging” is Canada’s first national survey exploring new citizens' participation in Canada's sporting culture and how sports can advance integration.

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Sporting Opportunities for Everyone

Article written by MLA Cathy Olesen, advocating for Everybody gets to play™.

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Does everybody get to play? Postcards

Fact Sheets

Powerpoint

Download the Everybody Get to Play Powerpoint

Other

Everybody gets to play™ National Website