Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) have contracted the services of Common Ground Consulting Ltd. – Flo Frank and Alexander Campbell, to support us in an organizational project entitled ‘A Pathway for Reconciliation and Engagement’. Once complete, SPRA will be provided with internal and operational guidance to identify our roles in the truth and reconciliation movement and our understanding of the connection between parks/recreation and Indigenous people and communities.
Our strategic plan states ‘We envision a Saskatchewan in which all people have equitable access to recreation experiences that contribute to their health and wellbeing; result in connected and engaged community members, and provide connection and attachment to the natural environment.’ Building our own pathway for reconciliation will be one way we can work towards this vision.
As we move forward, we will be undertaking an internal assessment, external research and stakeholder consultations and we would like to hear from YOU – our membership!
How are SPRA members working with Indigenous peoples and building positive relationships across Saskatchewan?
What programs and services are working well, are inclusive and connect to the truth and reconciliation movement?
What is challenging for members and what can SPRA do to assist?
We are interested in your perceptions, observations, knowledge and understanding in the spirit of reconciliation.
To participate, please visit the following link to complete a short Survey Monkey questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N3V56JR
This survey closes November 30, 2020. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Thank you in advance for your participation!