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Benefits of recreation research update

, : Benefits of recreation research update. Benefits of recreation research update: x + 59 pp.

This document identifies the many documented benefits of participation in the forms of recreation most often provided in the Canadian public sector. It presents a powerful argument to support the valuable contribution that recreation, leisure and park services can make within a community ethos, as well as giving employees a new understanding of the importance of their mission.

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