NSCRD Programs & Services Guide 2022

2022-10-05

A list of programs and services with a brief description. Learn more about who and what NSCRD does.

NSCRD Annual Report 2021-22

2022-06-16

NSCRD

NSCRD’s Annual Report summarizes activity of the District each fiscal year. Highlights include updated information on participation in north-wide sport, culture, recreation and youth leadership opportunities. An overview of the Northern Community and School Recreation Coordinator Program is also provided as well as general details on the governance and staffing of the organization.

2022 Tri Global Report

2022-06-22

2022 Tri Global Report

Community Recreation Handbook

2010-10-01

Flo Frank, for the NSCRD

The purpose of this handbook is to have all of this information in one handbook that offers practical and useful support for our northern community services. It also serves to acknowledge the value and complexity of our sport, culture, and recreation services and the people who work with them. It should be of use and interest to anyone working within the community context, regardless of the sector, agency, project, type of employment or volunteer capacity. And, given that many organizations experience high turnover in staff, this handbook should also be useful as an orientation and basic training tool.

Program Planning in Northern Saskatchewan Guide

2019-12-05

The following guide outlines the basic steps that can be followed within the program planning process. These steps will work for all community organizations with a sport, culture and recreation mandate such as Recreation Boards, Friendship Centers or the Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinator Program.

Northern Saskatchewan Arts & Culture Handbook

2010-06-01

Between January and March 2011 the Northern Sport, Culture & Recreation District conducted a Northern Saskatchewan wide artist registry and developed the Northern Saskatchewan Arts and Culture Handbook. Artists were encouraged to self-register, community partners were asked to aid artists in the registration process and communities in all three service areas of the NSCRD were visited to help the Cree and Dene speaking artists with the registration. The result is a first impression of Northern Saskatchewan?s arts and culture scene. We know there are many more talented artists in our communities than represented in the handbook. We did not reach all artists and we strive to continue the promotion of northern artists as we get to know who they are.