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Coronavirus disease
(COVID-19)

 

Return to Play Framework

Phase 1 of Return to Play (PDF)

Phase 2 of Return to Play (PDF)

 

Membership Engagement Resources

Facebook Tutorial

This first video of the membership engagement series focuses on using Facebook to increase member engagement. Specifically, this video covers the type of content to post, when to post and how to stay consistent, how to create content and maximize engagement from each post, how to post on this platform and how to schedule future posts.

 

Instagram Tutorial

This tutorial focuses on using Instagram to increase member engagement. It covers the Instagram user demographic, how to post content, what kind of content to post, and other useful tips for using this platform effectively. 

 

Twitter Tutorial

This video tutorial shows clubs how to use Twitter to increase membership engagement, including how to post content and what kind of content to post, how to engage with other accounts and find the right accounts to follow, and how to use features like analytics or searching to leverage this platform properly.

 

Scheduling Tutorial

This video tutorial shows clubs how to use the online scheduling tool SignUpGenius to schedule time slots for players and volunteers once they’re open to the public again. It also shows how to use and share a Google calendar to help clubs and members stay organized and communicate these time slots effectively.

 

Canva Tutorial

Canva is a free design website that can be used to make posters, social media posts, infographics and more, super easily! This tutorial shows you how to use this website to create your own design.

 

Infographics

Social Media Infographic (PDF)

Alternative Engagement Methods Infographic (PDF)

Return to Play Infographic (PDF)

Psychological Phases of Return to Play Infographic (PDF)

 

Updates from Bowls Canada

Bowls Canada Boulingrin Update – May 7, 2020

 

Greens Resource Kit

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

 

Bowls Canada Boulingrin News

In consideration of the impact that the COVID-19 virus and in line with advice from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Bowls Canada Board has made the decision to cancel all Bowls Canada sanctioned events for the 2020 season.  more ...

Bowls Canada continues to closely monitor all available information related to the continued spread of the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (coronavirus), including the relevant positons from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Canada’s chief public health officer and the World Health Organization (WHO). more ...

Bowls Canada is closely monitoring all available information related to the continued spread of the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (coronavirus), including the relevant positons from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Canada’s chief public health officer and the World Health Organization (WHO).  more ...

 

Updated Links from the Government of Canada and WHO

 

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