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Call For Papers – 2013 Society of Camp Directors Writing AwardsDemande de communications – les prix d’ecriture 2013 de l’scd
The Society of Camp Directors Writing Awards encouage excellence in research and writing relevant to organized children’s camping that will enchance the body of literature on professional practice and qualified directorship in Canadian camps. A hard copy of every submission … Continue reading
The Success of Phase 3 Waterloo Research Depends on YOU!!Le succès de la phase 3 de l’étude sur les camps dépend de VOUS!
At present, over two hundred camp parents across the country have completed the Phase 3 Survey of the Canadian Summer Camp Research Project, a start to providing us with valuable feedback on a child’s summer camp experience. We need more … Continue reading
We Mourn Their PassingLe milieu des camps est en deuil de deux bâtisseurs
This summer, two prominent camping leaders passed on: Lorne Bowering of British Columbia and Cliff Labbett of Ontario. Lorne directed YMCA Camp Elphinstone from 1961- 1992. In 2007, he received the Order of the Golden E for his commitment and … Continue reading
A Burgeoning World of Camp Research
Read CCA/ACC National Research Comittee Chair Dr. Stephen Fine’s review of current Canadian and US collaborations into camp research in the September/October 2012 issue of Camping Magazine.
Today’s Children Need Camp More Than EverPlus que jamais, l’expérience du camp est bénéfique aux enfants
– By Catherine Ross, CCA/ACC Communications Officer On March 31, 2012, Elizabeth Renzetti, Globe and Mail columnist, wrote an article about overanxious parents. She concluded with these statements: “They [children] need to be saved from us, their saviours. They need … Continue reading
Reasons to ChangeDes raisons pour changer
Jane McCutcheon has spent over 30 years in active leadership in the camping industry. She has led workshops, organized international camping conferences, served as President of CCA/ACC and has received awards from provincial and national camping bodies. Jane, now a … Continue reading
A New Written Resource for Camps Which Could Save a Life
In 1997 author Diana Brock’s middle son, Evan, told his kindergarten class in Montreal about his EpiPen during “Show and Tell”. Grabbing an opportunity to educate her class, his teacher invited Evan’s mother to instruct the children about food allergies. … Continue reading
Shop Online With CCA/ACC And Save!Magasinez en ligne avec l’ACC et économisez!
CCA/ACC is partnering with Greystone to enable camps to order a wide selection of camp promotional products, online, 24/7, at significant savings. The goal of Greystone Corporate Merchandise Solutions is to help camps build their brand, reduce costs and enhance … Continue reading
Will You Wear Your’s?Et vous, porterez-vous le vôtre?
The Canadian Camping Association/Association des camps du Canada (CCA/ACC) announces May 1, 2012 as National Camp T-Shirt Day. Camp directors, staff, counselors and campers will wear their camp clothing in anticipation of the great times to be experienced at camps … Continue reading
NEWFOUNDLAND’S KILLDEVIL CAMP HELPS JAPENESE TSUNAMI VICTIMSLe camp Killdevil de Terre-Neuve vient en aide aux victimes du tsunami
In May 2011, Killdevil Camp made a commitment to raise funds for the Japanese Grief Recovery Camp Project, which was initiated by the National Camping Association of Japan to help with the emotional healing of the young victims of the … Continue reading