• The Community Grand Prize winner of the 2018 Go Out & Play Challenge powered by Saskatchewan Blue Cross is: KENASTON with 419,764 physical activity minutes!

  • The Community Runner-up Prize winner of the 2018 Go Out & Play Challenge powered by Saskatchewan Blue Cross is: STOCKHOLM with 381,214 physical activity minutes!

  • The Community Association Grand Prize winner is: Saskatoon Lakeridge Community Association with 301,277 physical activity minutes!

  • Saskatchewan Blue Cross and Saskatchewan in motion thank and applaud everyone for their participation! It’s inspiring to see such community pride and spirit, along with the creative ways communities are working to get more kids, more active, more often.

Community Ranking

  • 1Kenaston

    Creating an outdoor community physical activity and wellness area to provide community members a space to build strength, endurance, and flexibility.

  • 2Stockholm

    Adding mini golf to the community to provide all residents an opportunity to engage in a low-cost physical activity.

  • 3Oxbow

    Upgrading the community's swimming pool to ensure that children, youth, and families will continue to be active at the pool over the summer months.

  • 4Wynyard

    Supporting Phase 3 of the Wynyard Lions Park Reboot, which consists of building a skate park at Lions Park.

  • 5Eston

    Turning the outdoor rink into a multi-use facility.

  • 6Melfort

    Expanding on the current, thriving summer playground program.

  • 7Macoun

    Adding new playground equipments that complies with current safety standards, adding tables to current greenspace, and updating the basketball courts. 

  • 8Kamsack

    Providing physical activity opportunities such as community walks, free public skating sessions, recreation hockey nights, and school recess programs. 

  • 9Annaheim

    Updating the existing play structure and improving the outdoor walking path.

  • 10Lanigan

    Replacing playground equipment to meet CSA standards, allowing families to spend quality time outdoors and in a safe environment.

  • 11White City

    Completing Phase 2 of the Double K Recreation Facility by building a warm-up shelter next to the rink.

  • 12Waldheim

    Building an outdoor rink, with lights and a warm-up shelter, to provide free public skating and a place for unstructured outdoor play. 

  • 13Regina Beach

    Creating a better park space with a wider variety of opportunities to be active by developing a skate and bike park.

  • 14Nipawin

    Increasing activity within the community by making access routes to schools, parks, etc. safer and creating a more comfortable environment for families to commute. 

  • 15Delisle

    Adding playground exercise equipment to promote exercise for not only children, but for teenagers and adults as well. 

  • 16Pangman

    Providing new equipment to enable more children to play and be active outside.

  • 17Wilkie

    Starting the foundation and promotion of a cross-country ski and snowshoe club in the community.

  • 18Allan

    Creating a park space that will have apparatus for people of all ages and abilities.

  • 19Whitewood

    Replacing the play structure at Conexus Kids Park.

  • 20Wadena

    Adding benches and lights to the outdoor rink to allow residents to use the rink into the evening.

  • 21Martensville

    Building another leisure ice surface to provide more people the opportunity to be active and participate in shinny, hockey and skating.

  • 22Shaunavon

    Adding an irrigation system to the remaining ball diamonds, thus improving the safety and quality of the diamonds.

  • 23Creighton

    Adding three benches, recycling containers and a set of three disc golf pieces to give youth a place to hang outside and be active.

  • 24Grenfell

    Developing a new play park in Grenfell Recreational Park.

  • 25Lashburn

    Developing a multi-sport facility to provide more options for physical activities for community members.

Commnuity Association Ranking

  • 1Lakeridge

    Building a new playground structure at St. Luke School to promote physical activity and increase opportunities for outdoor learning and nature awareness.

  • 2Willowgrove

    Building an outdoor rink to provide children and adults the opportunity to be active outdoors in the winter season.

  • 3Evergreen

    Building an outdoor ice skating rink to provide children and families opportunities to participate in ice sports during the winter.