Item Open AccessCrafting Leisure Activities During COVID-19 Physical Distancing(2023-08-31) Kulczycki, Cory; Genoe, RebeccaIn the late winter and early spring of 2020 Canada experienced the COVID-19 pandemic where he Federal Government of Canada along with the provinces encouraged residents to socially distance and non-essential businesses to close. Canadian participants completed an online survey about their crafting and how crafting was impacted during COVID-19 restrictions. The participants explained how the restrictions provided opportunities and constraints during the first wave of the pandemic. Crating provided escape from stressors and worries often providing pleasure and social connections and even learning opportunities. As a leisure activity crafting contributed to their perceived well-being during the time of the research. Item Open AccessAppendix A: Not on My Front Lawn A Case Study of Hosting the 2017 Heritage Classic(2021-09-15) Kulczycki, Cory; Edwards, Jonathon; Potwarka, LukeAppendix A for the paper “Not on My Front Lawn”: A Case Study of Hosting the 2017 Heritage Classic Event on Parliament Hill in Canada Item Open AccessAppendix A_Not on My Front Lawn A Case Study of Hosting the 2017 Heritage Classic(2021-08-04) Kulczycki, Cory; Edwards, Jonathon; Potwarka, Luke Item Open AccessAppendix B_Not on My Front Lawn A Case Study of Hosting the 2017 Heritage Classic_Final(2021-08-04) Kulczycki, Cory; Edwards, Jonathon; Potwarka, Luke Item Open AccessA Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding the Progressive Constraints of the Social Worlds within Indoor Climbing Gyms(2020-05-15) Kulczycki, Cory; Buning, Richard J. Item Open AccessResearch Summary for the 2017 Spoke n'Hot Gran Fondo(2018-06-18) Kulczycki, CoryShort report on the Spoke n'Hot Gran Fondo research from the 2017 event. Item Open AccessPOST-SECONDARY VOLUNTEERISM: A SASKATCHEWAN BASED PROJECT(2018-01-23) Kulczycki, Cory; Lott, Korinne; Rutherford, HaleyThis 2017 research inquired about the niche population of college and university students studying across Saskatchewan. An online survey was distributed throughout Saskatchewan to uncover post-secondary students’ perceptions and experiences about volunteering.