Physical Activity

Physical Activity

Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card
Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card Power Point
Active Living for Early Childhood Resource
Best Practices – Physical Activity Programs for Aboriginal Youth
Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines Handbook – CSEP/CHEO/ParticipACTION (English)
How to Become a Fitness Leader
ISPARC Healthy Living (Video)
ISPARC Health Beat (Video)
Physical Activity Approaches (English)
Physical Activity Approaches (French)
Physical Activity Diabetes Care Sheet – NADA (English)
Physical Activity During Pregnancy
Physical Activity Tool NWT
Share Our Play Toolkit
The Benefits of Physical Activity for First Nation, Inuit and Metis Communities – Saint Elizabeth (English)
View: Case Studies and Promising Practices on Interactive SlideShare in English 
View: Case Studies and Promising Practices on Interactive SlideShare in French 
View: Prezi on-line presentation to introduce the Case Study information

Indigenous Sport Councils of Canada

British Columbia
Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (ISPARC)
Alberta
Indigenous Sport Council Alberta (ISCA)
Saskatchewan
Sask Sport Inc.
Manitoba
Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Council (MASRC)
Ontario
Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario (ISWO)
Quebec
Quebec First Nations Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC)
New Brunswick
Aboriginal Sport and Recreation New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Circle
Nova Scotia
Mi`kmaw Kina`matnewey
Prince Edward Island
Mi`kmaq Confederacy of PEI
Yukon
Yukon Aboriginal Sport Circle
Northwest Territories
Aboriginal Sports Circle NWT
Nunavat
Sport and Recreation

Indigenous Sport Youth Groups

Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre (WASAC)
Right to PLAY Program
Aboriginal Youth First Sports and Rec

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  • The BC Aboriginal Diabetes CONFERENCE scheduled for March 16-19, next week, has been POSTPONED due to coronavirus risk. Under careful consideration and at the direction of the First Nations Health Authority, the Conference Advisory Committee has decided to postpone the conference until the fall. Donna, conference coordinator, is working with the hotel today to determine a suitable date in the fall. Those that have registered can be assure their registration is good for the rescheduled date, which soon will be confirmed.

If you have booked rooms at Lakeside, please call and cancel your booking.

Lakeside Resort 1800 663 9400.

This was a difficult decision to make, however the most important thing is to keep Elders and FN communities safe. Donna is in process of contacting those involved: facilitators, registered participants, vendors, etc., to let everyone know that we have had to postpone this event. 
If sick, stay home. Wash your hands, keep your sneezes and cough to yourself, into a tissue or your sleeve. Together through being vigilant we can keep communities safe and get thru this. Thank you all for your understanding.
  • NIDA staff attended the 5th Annual Bridging Indigenous Knowledge with the Latest Information on Commercial Tobacco Conference.

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