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What is the number one reason why students do not go on to attend University?
Sonia Basile-Martel's picture
Il était une fois, une adolescente métisse un peu déroutée qui n'avait pas envie de se perdre.
The Just Move It initiative (JMI) originated on the Navajo Nation in 1993 as a partnership betwee
ArtsCan Circle was inspired by the work of Mike Stevens, a multi-talented harmonica player who, s
Girls in Motion is a strategy to educate girls about the importance of enjoyable participation in
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Sole Programs is a powerful network of young people who are changing lives.
Lisa Himmelman's picture
Adaptive ice skating equipment makes it possible for children with physical disabilities to take
Prescription to Get Active (RxTGA) aborde la question des maladies chroniques en permettant aux m
La Marche vers Tuk encourage les gens à créer des équipes et à franchir ensemble la distance qui
Soccer de Rue Montréal est un organisme qui vise l'amélioration de la condition physique, psychol
Floorball is a safe, fast & fun sport resembling indoor hockey.
Douglas Robb's picture
Even with high marks for organized sport, physical education and availability of parks, Canada's
Prescription to Get Active (RxTGA) tackles chronic disease by enabling physicians to write prescr
Create set dates to have Test Drive a Sport across Canada.
Childhood obesity in Canada is a huge problem.
Kids no longer need to spend hours with a babysitter when they can be taken to have fun, be chall
Swinging into Active Living is situated in Croft Elementary School's Forest Classroom, a five acr
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Think of Kido as one part game platform, and one part fitness tracker Designed specifically for k
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Forest and the Femme est un programme d'activités récréatives en plein air sans but lucratif dest