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Online challenges

Are you ready to embrace a happier, healthier you?

Strathcona County invites individuals and families are invited to compete in fun online challenges that foster connection and promote physical and mental wellness.  

Stay tuned for upcoming challenges happening in your community!

How to play

  1. Download the Goosechase app from Apple App Store or Google Play. If you are playing as a team, one person creates the team and sends the passcode to the other team members. 
  2. Sign up using your email address or as a guest. 
  3. Join the challenges by entering the code provided for each challenges
  4. Select and complete challenges for the top spot. You choose what challenges and how many challenges you want to complete. Complete each challenge by uploading a picture or video of places and objects. 
  5. The more challenges finished, the more points you get and the higher your team will be on the leaderboard! Complete more challenges and increase the amount of times your team name is entered into the draw.
  6. Remember to check out the leaderboard to see what place your team is in.

Contest rules

While participating in Strathcona County's Goosechase activities, only upload pictures of places and objects. Challenge responses should not include pictures of identifiable people. Photos and videos uploaded to complete a mission will be on the app and available to all participants to view. 

Personal information is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used to manage and administer participation in events occurring between March 18, 2024, to March 31, 2024, including the management of the contest entry process and to award prize(s). We may also contact you regarding the photo(s) you have submitted. If you have questions regarding the collection, use or disclosure of this information, contact Manager of the Family Resource Network at 780-464-4044

About Mental Health Capacity Building

The Mental Health Capacity Building (MHCB) team promotes positive mental health and strengthen social emotional skills in children, youth and families through awareness, knowledge and skill building within schools and community wide. The MHCB program is a prevention and promotion initiative that is a collaboration between Elk Island Public Schools, Elk Island Catholic Schools, Strathcona County and Alberta Health Services. 

Want to find out more about Mental Health Capacity Building and its initiatives?

Disclaimer: Family and Community Services wants to empower residents by giving them the tools to improve their personal wellbeing and relationships.  Some of the information provided is offered by external sources and is intended as an information resource only. Strathcona County is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability or currency of the information supplied by external sources. Users wishing to rely upon this information should consult directly with the source of the information. 

Contact us

Family and Community Services
Second floor, East Wing Community Centre
401 Festival Lane
Sherwood Park, AB T8A 5P7
Phone: 780-464-4044
Fax: 780-449-1220

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Last updated: Thursday, May 09, 2024
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