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  • Who Owns the Company

    The Company will be owned operated and managed by its Shareholders. The company has one Class of Voting Common Shares. The Company is authorized to issue an unlimited number of Common Shares. There are no restrictions on share ownership, registration and transfer. Non-resident Canadians can own up to 49% of the authorized and or issued share capital of the company. They can serve as senior executives on the board of directors of the Company.

  • Investor Information

    Investors, shareholders and all interested parties anywhere in the world, are invited and encouraged to read the substantial body of detailed information made available on this website where you will find detailed information about our new and dynamic concept of community sport and the mission of wellness of Family Nature Parcs.

    We want to share with you our vision and plans and to get everyone involved in the planning of a sport, a physical activity, of interest to you, from the largest choice of state-of- the- art, age-based outdoor sport and recreation facilities ever assembled in one place anywhere in the world.

    For the purpose of providing you first hand information about Family Nature Parcs and to get you involved in the development process, we are listing the areas and matters that you may be interested to deal with, to comment on or to make suggestions.

    1- Corporate Matters & Development Start-up Events
    Role of Coaches & Trainers and Company’s Longterm Policies – Volunteerism & Sustainability of Services, Belonging to Sport & Recreation Associations – Establish a not-for-profit facility(s) relating to programs of supporting economically disadvantage children/persons and the disabled without submitting to the painful means-test.

    2- Franchising – Business Model & Brand Development
    Franchising – Branding and Marketing, Franchise Concept & Business objectives – Contribution of Canadian not-for-profit sport organizations to the Company – Canadian Leadership Potential in Sport & Recreation – Government of Canada know-how in Sport, Canada’s potential to supply coaches, trainers, instructors and knowhow, Canada’s Volunteers recognition and awards.

    3- Development Start-up Events
    Site planning – Landscaping – Outdoor lounges, tents, public benches and ornamentals – Plants & Flowers, settings, nursery facilities – The supremacy of the environment in our Parcs – Our plans to create a Destination Place for families, children and seniors to want to visit, participate and enjoy.

    4- Other Services & Products
    On-wheel healthy Food and Beverage Services – Online eShop for sale of clothes, shoes, sport products, hand crafts – produced on site – by indigenous and ethic Canadians such as building canoes, kites etc – Farmer Flea Market for produce by kids and adults in our Parcs.

    5- Park Safety & Security
    Entrance and Exit -electronic card permit – Non-member Players and Visitors ID-cards – Robust Steel-mesh 6 ft high fence and gates, camera monitoring – Security personnel bicycle-mounted roaming during opening hours – Mobile First -Aid service manned by qualified person.

    6- Marketing & Team Building Technology
    Aggressive innovative marketing utilizing social networking, website, sport organizations, special events, tournaments, sponsorships, awards, invitations for higher (local and international teams) to play on our fields, trophies, pillars of society days (for teachers, police, firemen, charities volunteers and veterans) – Focus on target market segment strategy according to who matches our offerings -Team Building, devise team building structures, proactively pursue recruitment of participants, each according to interest and according to a matching criteria – Structure a multitude of Sport/Leisure/Recreation Bundles or Packages to target Membership Fees to participate in our sport facilities and to make it interesting to occupy every hour segment of our sport facilities (maximizing daily player use of facilities) and to highlight the sustainable interest and enjoyment of the public to visit and to use our Parcs.

    7- Financing & Financial Matters
    Raising capital by way of Non-brokered Private Placement Memorandum – The Use of Funding –
    No borrowing is planned – No government grants or loans for development and construction work are planned – Estimated initial capital requirement – Membership Fees and Early Bird Policy -Issuing/ distribution/marketing of Gift Cards and Gift Certificates

    8- Projected Revenues, Operating Costs & Profits
    Sources of Revenues, other than from Sport using Ashton Parc – as Pilot Project for the Company to develop Revenues, Expenses and Profit realistic estimates and working data.

    9- Keys to Success
    Company Adequately Capitalized – Plan and Execute an Aggressive Innovative Marketing
    strategies- Intelligent deployment of sports, games, leisure, camping and recreation for all ages -Perception of the Family Atmosphere of wellness at our Parcs – Knowledgeable Experienced and Qualified Staff, Coaches and Trainers – High calibre known, respected and qualified Executives and Advisory Board, State-of-the-art aged-based designed and built sports and recreation facilities according to international standards.

    If you are interested in what we are doing and like to know more about our development plans. Perhaps you may have ideas about what we are trying to do and you wish to share them with us we would love to hear from you. Please send us an email at: info@familynatureparcs.com. You may also consider to Register for FREE, to receive our periodical progress reports and news.
  • Corporate Governance

    Family Nature Parcs IncTM The Company – was formed on December 30, 2011 pursuant to the Canadian Business Corporation Act-CBCA, a Federal Charter company of the Government of Canada) duly authorized to conduct its community sport, leisure, recreation and wellness business in all Provinces and Territories of Canada, and anywhere in the world.

    The Company and its board of directors and senior management, on a best practice approach, for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Governance is “defined as a company’s environmental, social and economic performance and the impacts of the company on its internal and external stakeholders (1)” and will duly adhere to and be guided by the CSR Governance Guidelines in accordance with the laws, regulations and directions of the Canada Business Corporate Act and amendments.

    (1): A stakeholder is a person, group, organization or system who affects or can be affected by an organization’s actions. Stakeholders include customers, employees, communities, government, civil society, investors and suppliers. The environment and future generations are also considered as stakeholders. For more details please visit:
    Governance for Sustainability

  • Gift Cards & Perks



    To play a game, receive a basket of golf balls or other FNP offering.

    Use Gift Certificates: to promote sale of time/play/use of the Parc at off-peak hours by offering a further discount

    • Example: Certificate for $50 would get a Bonus of $15 if used between 10am-11.30 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays etc..
    • Another bonus idea: when buying from our eShop, certain items or all a 15% discount on posted prices etc..
    • Mostly by type of sport- Soccer- Tennis – Swimming – Golf 9 hole – Golf driving range – Golf lessons etc.
    • Another Class – General Use at our Parc Certificate.

    • Stated amount in Bold Green color on the front of the certificate: $25, $50, $75, $100, $150, $200, $250, $300, $500, $1000.
    • DURATION: Valid for Unlimited Time


      1. Establish computer online, purchase and redemption easy processing facilities with automatic email confirmation of purchase and payment receipt; stating date purchased, value/amount, duration unlimited time and Serial number of Certificate.
      2. State how to use Certificate.
      3. Explain the bonus options, mention promotional discounts/bonus currently on offer, or any Specials.
      4. Redemption to allow for partial use of Certificate $150 and over.
      5. Redemption may include buying FNP Investment Units/ Equity Shares.
  • Employees are Shareholders

    It is mandatory that all employees from junior management upward are given the opportunity to own equity shares in the Company. The number of shares, known as founders shares (having a concessionary price) each employee is allowed to buy (allotment). Owning and disposing of Company shares will be regulated in the by-laws of the Company.

  • Players Fees & Parc Attendance

    Players Fees:

    The Company, as supplier of sport and recreation facilities is obligated to recognize and to follow the rental rates (the ” rental rates”) of sport facilities the 33,650 not-for-profit Canadian sport organizations are paying to the sport facilities owners: municipalities, provincial and territory government, schools and colleges.

    During the past three years, sport facilities rental rates, almost doubled. Rental rates are projected to increase yearly at an average rates of 19% per year, for the foreseeable future. It is clear that facilities rental rates increases are passed on to families and players increasing their membership fees, coach and trainers charges.

    Our 2012 market analysis would indicate that rental rate per player (different in cities, regions and provinces) and the kind of sport played, mainly hockey, tennis, soccer, volleyball, golf, basketball and softball, are in the rental range for facilities of $19 – $26 per hour per player per season.

    Using the same criteria, our analysis would indicate that on average player/ family are paying at a rate of $32- $43 per hour per player per season for facilities operated and managed by the 33,650 not for profit organizations. However, major Canadian cities are more costly. Toronto, Calgary, Halifax and Vancouver on average player/ family paying was $39- $48 (Montreal $36- $44) per hour per player per season. These rates recorded an average 9%-16% increase for 2013.

    Operations and Capacity at Ashton Family Nature Parc: Projection of attendance is based on the sport and recreation facilities and available ancillary revenue generating activities we are planning for our first Family Nature Parc planned to be developed on the Ashton, City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada land site.

    Parc Time & Hours: Summer: 30 weeks – 210 days – 12 hours/day (Annual business operation will start on April 1st and will close October 30th. Hours of Operations: 8.30am and closes at 8.30pm including Saturday Sunday and holidays).

    Parc Summer Seasonal Available Revenue Hours:

    • 210 days x 12 hours = 2510 hours
    • Number of Games/Events 35
    • Potential Season Revenue Hour/Game/Events: 35 X 2510 = 87,850 Revenue Hours

    Parc Time & Hours: Winter: 7 weeks – 49 days – 9 hours/day (Annual business operation will be resumed on January 10th and will close February 28th). Hours of Operations: 9.30am and closes at 6.30pm including Saturday Sunday and holidays)

    Parc Winter Season Available Revenue Hours:

    • 56 days X 9 hours = 504
    • Number of Games/ Events 10
    • Potential Season Revenue Hour/Game/Events: 10 X 2510 = 25,100 Revenue Hours

    Summary of Yearly – Available Revenue Hours (Summer & Winter) Seasonal Potential at 100% of use of all sport and recreation facilities. Available Hour/Game/Event:
    87,850 hour + 25,100 hours = 112,950 Total Revenue Year Hours.

    If you like to know more about our development plans or to share your ideas with us, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at: info@familynatureparcs.com. You may also consider to Register for FREE, to receive our periodical progress reports and news.
  • Raising Capital

    Raising capital for Family Nature Parcs is a very special issue that requires thoughtful consideration.

    We are committed to the checks and balance our team, painstakingly researched and built in the corporate structure of Family Nature Parcs Inc. That included the formation of an independent all volunteers Advisory Board, of distinguished personalities with authority to oversee the work of the executives of the both companies and to make certain that the vision and mission of the Company is followed by the executives of the Company.

    Management is considering several options to raise capital to underwrite the cost of designing, building and commissioning the first Family Nature Parc at Ashton in the City of Ottawa, Ontario Canada. The company will issue a timely Press Release outlining its capital raising plans.

    An independent all volunteers Advisory Board, with authority, are to oversee the work of the executives of the Company, to make certain that the vision and mission of the Company is adhered to by the executives of the Company.

    If you like to know more about our development plans or to share your ideas with us, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at: info@familynatureparcs.com. You may also consider to Register for FREE, to receive our periodical progress reports and news.