• Recreation Professionals Week Spotlight: Carla Ferstl

    During Recreation Professionals Week, June 18-24, 2018, the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.) are shining a spotlight on the professionals who make recreation opportunities possible through their hard work and passion. 

  • Recreation Professionals Week Spotlight: Shelley Thoen-Chaykoski

    During Recreation Professionals Week, June 18-24, 2018, the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.) are shining a spotlight on the professionals who make recreation opportunities possible through their hard work and passion. 

  • Recreation Professionals Week Spotlight: Brenda Johnson

    During Recreation Professionals Week, June 18-24, 2018, the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.) are shining a spotlight on the professionals who make recreation opportunities possible through their hard work and passion. 

  • SPRA Grant Supports Tapestrama

    In 2017, the Lakeland District for Sport, Culture and Recreation successfully applied for $1,000 in funding from SPRA's Community Cultural Diversity Inclusion Grant.

  • Green Melville Project

    The City of Melville was received a grant from Tree Canada, CN EcoConexus and Communities in Bloom that allowed their community to plant almost 1,500 trees.

  • We Want Your Framework Success Stories

    We want to hear from you!

  • Surveying the Tweets

    The Saskatchewan Index of Wellbeing recently shared our document, Surveying the Field  2017 on Twitter. 

  • Planning Play...The Natural Way

    The Canadian Parks Council estimates we spend 90% of our time indoors. Yikes! Their Nature Playbook is packed with ideas to help us facilitate outdoor experiences and reconnect with nature.

  • Helping Newcomers To Be WaterSmart®

    We recently received feedback from Courtney Domoney of the Lifesaving Society on how the SPRA Community Diversity Inclusion Grant helped develop New Canadian WaterSmart® Presentation materials that helped educate newcomers to Canada about water safety. 

  • Swift Current's Safe Places

    In 1997, eight years after the Swift Current Broncos hosted their first and only Memorial Cup Championship, our small city wasn’t braced for the impact of Sheldon Kennedy, a star player for that Championship team, disclosing to the world that he had long suffered sexual abuse at the hands of his former Broncos coach, Graham James.