This policy designates that residual funds received from any sale of a surplus school site will be disbursed to: retire outstanding debts; acquire required neighbourhood school land and/or park land including environmentally sensitive natural areas; develop parks to the Parks and Recreation Department minimum level of service; and develop parks to shared level of service, based on assessed program needs.
This bylaw defines permitted uses for various zones within the City of Iqaluit including, but not limited to, recreation facilities, drinking establishments, parks and water treatment.
This policy provides safety standards for curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular physical activities. The Department of Education promotes and supports the participation of students in a variety of physical activities and believes that a positive introduction to a diversity of physical activities will increase the likelihood of New Brunswickers adopting active lifestyles in youth and for life.
This regulation states that the expected results that the Minister of Healthy Living and Sport is to achieve for the purposes of section 5 (3) of the Act are as follows: (a) initiate and monitor the implementation of an ActNow BC Action Plan; (b) with input from other ministries, monitor and support the evaluation of ministry-led initiatives aimed at ActNow BC targets; (c) manage a public awareness campaign for ActNow BC and its message of choosing an active and healthy lifestyle; (d) facilitate partnerships with the broader public sector, including schools, health authorities, colleges and universities, and with persons in the private sector in order to achieve ActNow BC goals; (e) report on the results referred to in paragraphs (a) to (d) to the Government Caucus Committee on Social Development.
This law states that the Minister shall devise policies relating to the fields within his competence and propose them to the Government, with a view to, in particular, promoting recreation and sports and contributing to raising the level of participation in recreation and sports activities for the population.
This bylaw prohibits the application of pesticides on public properties (e.g. school, licensed day care center, park, playground, licensed senior citizens’ nursing homes, university, college, or hospital).
This policy supports a drug and alcohol-free school environment that provides: the best possible learning environment; efforts to prevent and intervene in substance abuse among students, which includes the development and delivery of educational resources, the promotion of prevention programs and the implementation of school- and community-based efforts aimed at supporting students known to abuse or who have abused alcohol or illegal substances; and the prohibition of the use or possession of alcohol or other illegal substances on school property or during school-authorized trips or activities.
This regulation provided the minimum level of treatment an owner of a water treatment of distribution system could employ. It also outlined the safety precautions and procedures to ensure safe water through weekly flushing of school, day care and preschool water distribution systems, scheduled checks, and laboratory analysis of samples.
This Act permits a school board to enter into an agreement with another board, a non?profit organization or a municipality concerning the promotion and development of recreation and community services.
This regulation states that student services for which programs are to be established under the Education Act (R.S.Q., c. I-13.3) should include the promotion and prevention services designed to provide the students with an environment involving healthy habits and skills that are beneficial to their health and well-being. Physical Education is also listed as compulsory in elementary and high school.
This law states that the Minister shall determine the physical plant standards for a safe and healthy school facility. It allows the Minister to enter into agreements to constructor operate school property for educational, cultural and recreational use by the community.
The four schedules created under this regulation categorize pesticides by their allowed usage and their associated controls.
Under the Act, the Minister of Education is responsible for post-secondary education. The Act provides the Minister with the authority to establish a board of governors for the college. The board is responsible for recommending priorities for programs and courses and college admission requirements to the Minister, and may allocate resources for recreational, athletic or sports programs at the college.
This Act establishes the only public community college in the Northwest Territories. Under the Act, the Minister of Education, Culture and Employment is responsible for post-secondary education. This Act provides the Minister with the authority to establish a board of governors for the college. The board is responsible for recommending priorities for programs and courses and college admission requirements to the Minister, and may allocate resources for recreational, athletic or sports programs at the college.
This Act provides guidelines for municipal planning by enabling municipalities councils to ask for a general plan describing the manner in which the development or redevelopment of a municipality may best be organized and carried out, having regard to considerations of orderliness, economy and convenience. A general plan must include proposals relating to the provision of public roadways, services, public buildings, schools, parks and recreation areas and the reservation of land for these and other public and community purposes.