2 edition of Leisure behaviour and recreation needs of Ontario"s ethnocultural populations found in the catalog.
Leisure behaviour and recreation needs of Ontario"s ethnocultural populations
Hall, Michael H.
|Statement||Michael H. Hall, Darla Rhyne.|
|Series||Research report / Ontario. Ministry of Tourism and Recreation|
|Contributions||Rhyne, Darla, 1945-, Ontario. Ministry of Tourism and Recreation.|
|LC Classifications||GV191.46.O6 H34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|ISBN 10||0772959277, 0772959285|
Recreation and Leisure Services Program Standard remains appropriate and relevant to the needs of students and employers across the Province of Ontario. To confirm that this document is the most up-to-date release, please contact the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities at the address or email address noted on the inside cover Size: KB. [Read our post with updated statistics] BookNet Canada has fielded a consumer panel in February for the last two years. The results from the panel are used to help inform the data we collect for our study, The Canadian Book the general consumer questionnaire, we ask approximately English-speaking Canadians from across the country how they spend their leisure Author: Noah Genner.
This volume is timely; an inevitable result of our technical progress is more free time for leisure and recreation. Adequate orientation is provided by chapters on development of leisure and recreation, the recreation movement in this country and other lands, world trends in recreation and conditioning factors in leisure and recreation. Sport, music, outdoor adventure, comedy shows, exhibitions, growing your own vegetables – whatever gets your pulse racing, clears your head or gives you that deep sense of satisfaction, there is every chance you will be able to enjoy it here in New Zealand.
Leisure & Recreation provides an overview of past and present leisure and recreation in Canadian society, while also attempting to determine what might unfold in the future. The opening chapters lay the groundwork for the study of leisure and recreation in Canada, followed by chapters that review the history, the current state, and the future Author: George Karlis. Ethnocultural Groups Organizations which facilitate cultural unity and development for ethnic, language, and visible minorities, through a variety of programs such as social activities, sports, language-based resources and libraries, as well as advocacy for cultural rights, interests, and cooperation.
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Northwest Territories are the second largest of the territories in Canada, encompassing million square kilometers, or ,File Size: KB. Immigrants and ethnocultural minorities are likely to constitute increasingly larger segments of the electorate in the 21st century, and thus, their importance to maintaining Canadian democracy cannot be underestimated.
Ethnocultural and birth-country variations in voter registration and turnout have been observed in several Western Size: 2MB.Recreation, leisure and library facilities will be managed to an industry standard of care defined as ‘Managed Care’.
RECREATION, LEISURE, AND LIBRARY FACILITIES POLICY: In support of the principles in the A.C.T.I.V.E. Policy Framework, this policy on recreation, leisure, and library facilities includes the following components: Size: KB.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.