Programs: Everybody gets to play : Resources
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.
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.
Sporting Opportunities for Everyone
Article written by MLA Cathy Olesen, advocating for Everybody gets to play™.
Does everybody get to play? Postcards
- Affordability Postcard
- Meaningful Experiences Postcard
- Performance Postcard
- Stigma Postcard
- Time Postcard
- Why Access to Recreation Matters
- Children, Youth and Poverty
- Barriers to Recreation
- The Benefits of Recreation