A list of public policies supporting participation in leisure for children with disabilities in Canada. For the purpose of this initiative, “policy” is used in the sense of guiding principles generally issued by governments, whereas “program” is used for the kinds of initiatives in which individuals can participate.
An act that enable (in jurisdictions where no municipality exists) a board can be appointed to establish, maintain and operate one or more community centers.
A policy put out by Heritage Canada, committed to a sport system that provides quality sport experiences and opportunities for women and girls to become involved in and develop in sport according to their interests, abilities, talents and choices.
This act aims to provide recreational, sports and fitness resources to municipalities while encouraging and supporting the use of the province’s parks, tourist facilities and attractions.
This is government website of Northwest Territory with policies of the whole province, specifically of interest are policies related to “Health and social sciences” and “Education, culture and employment”
Policy guidelines to promote active and healthy living for all citizens. This document is a part of a concrete action plan: Engage the disability community in the development of an action plan to increase the involvement of persons with a disability in recreation and sport.