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Previous grant recipients

2018 grant recipients

The following projects were selected for the Healthy Communities Grant

  • Edmonton: St. Pius X elementary school—playground replacement;
  • Calgary: St. Peter elementary school—new playground;
  • Secondary cities: Grande Prairie Signature Falls Neighborhood—multi-purpose four season sports pad;
  • Rural communities: Bentley K-12 school—Joclyn Snow memorial playground;
  • Indigenous communities: Maskwacis community—new outdoor fitness challenge park; and
  • Special merit: County of Parkland—Graminia outdoor rink replacement.
    Thanks to everyone who applied and for their interest in promoting health and wellness in their communities.

2017 grant recipients

Congratulations to the following projects that were selected to receive grants in 2017:

  • Edmonton: St. Alphonsus elementary and middle school—replacement of playground structure;
  • Calgary: Children’s Village elementary school— replacement of playground structure;
  • Secondary cities: City of Lloydminster—new outdoor community gym; and
  • Rural communities: St. Francis of Assisi Academy elementary and middle school, Okotoks—new outdoor sports courts.
  • NEW bonus grant: St. Elizabeth Seton elementary school—new playground to replace the one previously torn down.

2016 grant recipients

Congratulations to the following projects that were selected to receive grants in 2016:

  • Edmonton: L.Y. Cairns junior and senior high school—outdoor gardening area and fitness circuit;
  • Calgary: Auburn Bay elementary school—new playground;
  • Secondary cities: Fort Saskatchewan Win Ferguson elementary and middle school—replacement of two playground structures; and
  • Rural communities: St. Paul—new community skateboard and BMX park.

2015 grant recipients

Congratulations to the following projects that were selected to receive grants for 2015:

  • Calgary: City of Calgary—outdoor children’s play area at Village Square Leisure Centre;
  • Edmonton: Bessie Nichols School—new playground;
  • Secondary cities: Healthy Communities Association of Lethbridge and Area (HCALA)—family outdoor gym; and
  • Rural communities: Village of Breton—community park revitalization including outdoor gym, skateboard park pad and playground.

2014 grant recipients

Congratulations to the following projects that were selected to receive grants for 2014:

  • Edmonton: : Crestwood Community League Building Society—new playground as part of the community’s redevelopment project.
  • Calgary: Friends of Fish Creek Provincial Park—new mountain bike skills park.
  • Secondary cities: Camrose Primary Care Network—new outdoor community gym located in Jubilee Park
  • Rural communities: Fort Vermilion Recreation Board—new skate park located behind the Community Cultural Complex.

2013 grant recipients

Congratulations to the following projects that were selected to receive grants for 2013:

  • Edmonton: Poplar Park Playground Committee—new playground for Florence Hallock School
  • Calgary: Westmount Charter Middle/High School—new outdoor sports courts.
  • Secondary cities: Cold Lake Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) —new toddler playground adjacent to the new FCSS facility.
  • Rural communities: Town of Blackfalds—outdoor fitness equipment for the Abbey Centre municipal recreation facility.