Working across the North for more than 30 years on a variety of different projects with many different clients and communities has been an honour.

It has been rewarding to work with the Recreation and Parks Association of the Yukon (RPAY) since 2003 on many projects including strategic planning, evaluation, work planning, reporting, training, leadership development, and research.

    Through a partnership of the three territorial recreation and parks associations (RPAY, NWTRPA and RPAN), and with support from the Arctic Inspiration Prize in 2015, we designed and are delivering the Recreation North Training Program. To date, more than 250 leaders from the Yukon, NWT, Nunavut and beyond have participated. More than 55 of these have earned a Certificate in Northern Recreation Leadership and/or in Northern Recreation Management. These graduates speak highly of the flexible and applicable training that they can do from home or work.

    It has been a privilege to work with the Government of Yukon Sport and Recreation Branch on projects over the past 18 years such as:

      It has been an honour to work with the Government of Nunavut Sport and Recreation Division on projects such as:

      Over 30 years, we have been fortunate to work with many other clients such as: the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, the Canadian Red Cross, Council of Yukon First Nations, Daylu Dena Council, ElderActive Recreation Association, First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun, Liard First Nation, Lotteries Yukon, Sport Yukon, Town of Watson Lake, Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre, Village of Haines Junction, Whitehorse General Hospital & Diabetes Education Centre, Yukon College (now Yukon University), Yukon Council on Aging, Yukon Government Community Development Fund, Yukon Government Department of Justice, and Yukon Women’s Transition Home Society.

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