National Aboriginal Physical Activity Conference 2016

National Aboriginal Physical Activity Conference 2016

National Aboriginal Physical Activity Conference 2016

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This is the nation’s largest conference on Physical Activity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, created for all of those with an interest in sports, recreation, fitness, and traditional activity who may be band council members; health directors, representatives, or health practitioners; counsellors or social workers; federal, provincial, or municipal health employees; academics; researchers; recreation workers; coaches; fitness instructors; cultural leaders; community members, and all others interested in the promotion of health and wellness through physical activity.

The Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle is hosting the conference to provide a networking and education opportunity. In addition, there will be also a tradeshow for Aboriginal organizations and mainstream businesses to share their services and products.

For more information, please download NAPA-EB-Poster-and-Registration.pdf

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National Aboriginal Diabetes Association Inc.
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