1. Resources & Publications

    What Physical Activity Means to Canadians: ParticipACTION Pulse Report

    The Pulse Report assesses the social climate of physical activity among Canadian adults. A first of its kind, this Report explores Canadians’ thoughts, feelings and motivations as they relate to physical activity and informs what shifts are needed in order to make physical activity a vital part of everyday life...
  2. Resources & Publications

    Caregivers in Alberta Fact Sheets

    In recognition of Caregivers Week in Alberta May 5-11, 2019, two infographics were co-created with Caregivers Alberta and provincial government stakeholders. The infographics help raise awareness about the contributions that 965,000 caregivers in Alberta make, saving the Alberta health care system $5.8 billion each year based on hiring replacement workers...
  3. Resources & Publications

    A Dementia Strategy for Canada

    Canada’s first national dementia strategy sets out a vision for the future and identifies common principles and national objectives to help guide actions by all levels of government, non-governmental organizations, communities, families and individuals. Published By: Public Health Agency of Canada Publication Date: June 2019
  4. Resources & Publications

    Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals

    This toolkit consists of eight modules which have been prepared as stand-alone documents that can be read by themselves, but they have also been prepared to complement one another. It has been designed as a tool for health professionals and students in the health care and public health sectors who...
  5. Community Blog

    Do you think you have what it takes to be a Dental Superhero? Join the Quest Community Health Centre (CHC) Volunteer Dental Program

    When was the last time you had a dental check up? Six months? Maybe a year? Can you imagine not having had a check-up or your teeth cleaned in years… Or never? Across Canada every year an estimated 6 million Canadians don’t see a dentist because they can’t afford it....
  6. Community Blog

    Physical Literacy and Older Adults Workshop: Port Weller Community Centre

    Physical Literacy and Older Adults Workshop: Port Weller Community Centre May 16th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Are you an Activity Leader or Health and Social Service Provider working with Adults 55+? This is your last chance to attend a free workshop that will change the way you think...
  7. Community Blog

    Niagara College Becomes Canada’s First College to Join Age-Friendly University Global Network

    Niagara College has become the first college in Canada to be designated as a member of the Age-Friendly University (AFU) Global Network. Currently comprised of 44 postsecondary institutions from around the world – including six Canadian universities – the global network is dedicated to the role higher education can play...
  8. Resources & Publications

    A Framework for Recreation in Canada 2015: Pathways to Wellbeing

    Recreation provides multiple pathways to wellbeing for individuals, communities, and for our built and natural environments. This paper and the Framework for Recreation in Canada 2015 which it describes allows for a timely re-visioning of recreation’s capacity for achieving wellbeing. The first part of the paper presents a renewed definition...
  9. Resources & Publications

    First Nations Regional Health Survey Phase 3: Volume 1 and 2

    Volume 1: This landmark report provides unprecedented insight into a wide range of factors affecting the health and well-being of First Nations people living in reserve and Northern communities across Canada. Volume 2: The second volume provides insight into a wide array of factors, from language and culture to health-care...

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