OUR MEMBERS

Membership includes the 13 provincial and territorial parks and recreation associations and their extensive networks of service providers in over 90% of Canadian communities.

CPRA does not offer individual memberships but encourages you to become involved via your provincial or territorial parks and recreation association — you will find the links below.

BRITISH COLUMBIA RECREATION AND PARKS ASSOCIATION

The British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to building and sustaining active healthy lifestyles and communities in BC.

To learn more go to bcrpa.bc.ca

ALBERTA RECREATION AND PARKS ASSOCIATION

The Alberta Recreation and Parks Association is a not-for-profit organization committed to building healthier and happier communities and citizens by developing and promoting recreation and parks.

To learn more go to arpaonline.ca

SASKATCHEWAN PARKS AND RECREATION ASSOCIATION

SPRA is a non-profit member-based organization whose purpose is to promote, develop and facilitate parks and recreation opportunities throughout the province.

To learn more go to spra.sk.ca

RECREATION MANITOBA

Recreation Manitoba is a non-profit membership based association that provides a voice and leadership in shaping the future of recreation in Manitoba.

To learn more go to recreationmb.ca

PARKS AND RECREATION ONTARIO

Parks and Recreation Ontario (PRO) is a non-profit association that advances the health, social and environmental benefits of quality recreation and parks through evidence-based practices, resources and collaborative partnerships.

To learn more go to prontario.org

ASSOCIATION QUÉBÉCOISE DU LOISIR MUNICIPAL

The Association québécoise du loisir municipal (AQLM) is the “unified voice of municipal recreation in Quebec”.

To learn more go to loisirmunicipal.qc.ca

RECREATION NB | LOISIRS N.-B.

Recreation NB | Loisirs N.-B. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building healthy and vibrant communities by developing and promoting recreation and parks. We believe this field includes everything from play and sport to arts, culture and outdoor pursuits. All are essential for creating positive and supportive environments that foster healthy and happy citizens.

To learn more go to recreationnb.ca

RECREATION NOVA SCOTIA

Recreation Nova Scotia is a province wide, not for profit organization established in 1998 to promote the values and benefits of recreation and leisure; resulting from a merger of the Recreation Association of Nova Scotia, the Recreation Council on Disability in Nova Scotia, and Volunteer Nova Scotia.

To learn more go to recreationns.ns.ca

RECREATION PEI

Recreation PEI is a volunteer, not for profit, provincial association dedicated to promoting, coordinating and encouraging all facets of recreation, physical activity and facility management on Prince Edward Island.

To learn more go to recreationpei.ca

RECREATION NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador (RNL) is a province wide, not for profit organization established in 1971 to promote the values and benefits of recreation. In partnership with volunteers and the professional recreation community, RNL has worked to improve the quality of recreation for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians for over 40 years.

To learn more go to recreationnl.com

NWT RECREATION & PARKS ASSOCIATION

The NWT Recreation and Parks Association works with communities across the NWT to promote recreation by supporting leaders, communities, and partners through training, advocacy, and networking.

To learn more go to nwtrpa.org

RECREATION AND PARKS ASSOCIATION OF THE YUKON

The Recreation and Parks Association of the Yukon (RPAY) is a non-profit society dedicated to empowering Yukon people and communities to adopt active, healthy lifestyles.

To learn more go to rpay.ca

RECREATION AND PARKS ASSOCIATION OF NUNAVUT

The Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut (RPAN) is a not for profit organization established in 2012 and led by a volunteer Board of Directors. RPAN is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of individuals, organizations, recreation professional and community organizations in Nunavut.

To learn more go to rpan.ca