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Impact of COVID-19 on sport and recreation programming

Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' revenue/financial sustainability for programming

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 46% 41% 8% -
Region        
Atlantic - - -  
Quebec 29% 49% - -
Ontario 60% - - -
West 60% 31% - -
North        
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 39% 46% 9% -
≥10,000 residents 64% 31% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' staff/human resources to sustain programming

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 31% 48% 17% -
Region        
Atlantic - 59% - -
Quebec 31% 46% 20% -
Ontario - 58% - -
West 34% 43% 18% -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 28% 45% 21% -
≥10,000 residents 36% 54% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' ability to provide quality programming

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 60% 32% - -
Region        
Atlantic - - - -
Quebec 63% 28% - -
Ontario 52% 47% - -
West 64% 25% - -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 63% 30% - -
≥10,000 residents 55% 36% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' ability to provide alternative modes of opportunities

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 32% 49% 12% 7%
Region        
Atlantic - - - -
Quebec 36% 46% - -
Ontario - 50% - -
West 32% 51% - -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 33% 46% 13% -
≥10,000 residents 31% 55% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Impact of COVID-19 on sport and recreation facilities

Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' revenue/financial sustainability for facilities

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 49% 34% 12% -
Region        
Atlantic - - - -
Quebec 32% 34% 28% -
Ontario 62% - - -
West 63% 28% - -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 48% 31% 15% -
≥10,000 residents 52% 39% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' staff/human resources to sustain facilities

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 26% 48% 22% -
Region        
Atlantic - 58% - -
Quebec 24% 46% 25% -
Ontario - 54% -  
West 30% 46% 19%  
North - - -  
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 23% 44% 27% -
≥10,000 residents 31% 57% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' ability to open, maintain facilities 

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 62% 31% - -
Region        
Atlantic - - - -
Quebec 65% 26% - -
Ontario 66% - - -
West 62% 31% - -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 62% 31% - -
≥10,000 residents 63% 31% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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Extent COVID-19 impacted communities' ability to address equitable facility access

  A great extent Some extent Not at all Don't know/Not applicable (NA)
Total 24% 36% 27% 12%
Region        
Atlantic - - - -
Quebec - 31% 41%  
Ontario - 45% - -
West 32% 32% 23% -
North - - - -
Community size        
1,000-9,999 residents 23% 30% 32% 14%
≥10,000 residents 27% 50% - -
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Opportunities of Physical Activity in Canadian Communities
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The CFLRI is currently conducting a study of physical activity opportunities in Canadian schools. If you have received an invitation to participate in this and have any questions regarding the study please contact us at research_recherche@cflri.ca. Thank you for your participation!