Every Indigenous school has its own unique needs, but one thing they have in common with the rest of the school system is it’s difficult to convince the administration and teachers to set aside meaningful time for movement and physical literacy. Following a project that aims to change that, Sport for Life is releasing seven…Read more
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The program is for seniors, but they call them Legends. In the small community of Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, one local gym has been encouraging physical literacy development in an unusual way: getting the older generation involved in CrossFit. And now that the gym has a steady cohort of nearly 20 participants, many of…Read more
Physical literacy is a journey, not a destination, which means you can spend your whole life developing it. In Sport for Life’s latest resource Developing Physical Literacy: Building a New Normal for All Canadians, movement enthusiasts can find plentiful information not only on how to move, but how to get others moving as well. “We were…Read more
It’s been over two years since the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation (PAHF) first launched their Move 4 Life project, which aims to address physical inactivity within the populations of South Surrey and White Rock, B.C. At the outset, the foundation set itself a pretty lofty goal: for its two communities to become the healthiest in the country.…Read more
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