Browse or search through the Active Circle database to find resources about Aboriginal youth sports and recreation.
The Active Circle resource database contains information gathered from organizations across Canada who research and engage in Aboriginal sports, activities for youth and healthy living.
Canadian Sport for Life is proud to announce that the PLAY tools have been printed and are available for order. Created by Dr. Dean Kriellaars of the University of Manitoba and developed by Canadian Sport for Life, the (PLAY) tools are designed to assess a child’s level of physical literacy and improve the health of our nation. Directed at individuals aged seven and up, the PLAY tools provide a means to determine gaps in physical literacy development, and provide calls-to-action to help improve these areas.
The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS), along with its partners AthletesCAN and Coaches of Canada, launched Leading the Way: Working with LGBT Athletes and Coaches.
Directed at individuals aged seven and up, the PLAY Tools determine gaps in physical literacy development, and provide calls-to-action to help improve these areas.
Physical Literacy and FIFA Women’s World Cup™
There is strong evidence indicating that outdoor recreation as well as simply being present in a natural setting improve physical health.