Active Coordinated System

Active Coordinated System

 

"Active Alberta is a collaborative effort between
numerous government ministries, provincial associations,
municipalities and stakeholders."

 

 

Strategic Priorities for Outcome Five:

Government of Alberta funding and resource allocation related to recreation, active living and sport are guided by an assessment of how well the outcomes of this policy are being achieved.

Support and share current research on recreation, active living and sport, as well as best practices for program design and delivery.

Establish a mechanism to support interdepartmental and cross-sectoral network and consultations, and report on progress in achieving policy outcomes.

Undertake a workforce strategy for the recreation, active living and sport sector to ensure an adequate supply of appropriately trained people.

Develop and promote tourism based recreation, active living and sport opportunities (e.g. ecotourism, adventure tourism).






What will success look like in ten years?

Governments and their partners in recreation, active living and sport work together towards shared outcomes, in a coordinated and sustainable system.

The Government of Alberta adopts an integrated approach to wellness, through collaboration among all ministries whose programs and services have an impact on wellness.

Research and best practices are shared among governments and their partners.

Measures to report progress are developed collaboratively.

The sector has an adequate supply of appropriately trained people.

Recreational demands are assessed on a regional basis within Land-use Framework Regional Plans, and regional approaches to meeting those demands are developed.

More tourists come to Alberta to enjoy recreation, active living and sport activities such as ecotourism or adventure tourism.

Last reviewed/revised: December 9, 2013