Between the hours of three and six o’clock is considered a critical time for getting children and youth active. By increasing opportunities to be active during the After School Time Period (ASTP) children and youth are more likely to meet Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines of at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily.

Support for rural and First Nation communities to deliver quality programming during the After School Time Period includes:

  • Mentoring and support for communities who want to develop, maintain or enhance their ASTP programs.
  • Funding to participate in the Annual Recreation Gathering, Yukon Moves, and other training for After School Leaders such as the certificate delivered through Recreation North.
  • Access to funding for program leaders' wages and program costs (snacks, equipment etc.) through RHEAL Leaders .
  • Access to Winter Active for Life and Healthy Living workshops programming.

Support for groups in Whitehorse to deliver of quality programming during the After School Time Period includes:

  • Mentoring and support for developing, maintaining or enhancing ASTP programs.
  • Funding to participate in Yukon Moves, and other training for After School Leaders such as the certificate delivered through Recreation North.
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Annual Recreation Gathering

Professional development and networking for recreation leaders held in the fall Read More
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Training for New Recreation Leaders

In partnership with Recreation North, RPAY continues to offer online training for new recreation leaders. Read More
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Playground Leadership for Intermediate Grades

Did you know... RPAY offers a Playground Leadership Program for students in grades 6 and 7. Read More
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Fitness Leaders

Support for rural fitness leaders to obtain training and certification Read More
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Aquatics Leaders

Support for rural Yukon pool operations and certifications Read More
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