This has been a summer of change for the NWTRPA. As you may have seen from recent posts, we welcomed two new people to the staff team: Bri Krekoski, who will be covering for Sheena Tremblay, the Director of Active Communities, while she is on maternity leave; and Rachel Cluderay, who is stepping into the role of On the Land Programs Con […]
We’d like to introduce Bri Krekoski to the NWTRPA team! In case you haven’t heard, our Director of Active Communities, Sheena Tremblay is away on maternity leave. While Sheena is away, Bri is taking on Sheena’s role and we are excited to introduce her to you.
Bri was born and raised on a farm near St […]
Have you registered for the 2019 NWTRPA and Youth Centres Conference yet?
There are only 15 days left to secure your spot at the premier event for exploring trends and challenges in the NWT recreation sector. The conference is a space for learning, growth, and connection for recreation, health, and community leaders. Attendees w […]
The NWTRPA and Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute will be offering a De-Escalating Potentially Violent Situations™ workshop instructed by Marnie Stickley, MSW, RSW in Yellowknife and Hay River.
workshop is designed to teach people to de-escalate potentially violent
situations through assertiveness and inte […]
In 2019, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the NWT Recreation and Parks Association by looking back at the people, events, programs, and projects that have made the NWTRPA what it is today. In our last post, we met the people who served as presidents of the NWTRPA from 2004 to today (we recognized the presidents from 1989 t […]
It’s back to school season and we have a LOT of great trainings coming up this September, including Fitness Leadership training—we can’t wait to see you there! Don’t rush out to buy your school supplies though, grab a cup of coffee or tea and read on to find out the who, what, where, when, and why.
Hay River AFLCA Aquatics […]