News

  • Quality (Daily) Physical Education Free Webinar

    Join PHE Canada March 10th for a free professional development webinar on Quality (Daily) Physical Education.

  • Healthy School Communities National Forum

    Join us November 16-17, 2015 in Ottawa/Gatineau to connect with and discover how school communities across Canada are enhancing the well-being of children and youth.

  • Call for Mentors: 2015 Student Leadership Conference

    PHE Canada is seeking mentors who have experience in the physical education, health education, health, sport and related sectors for the 2015 Student Leadership Conference.

  • Now Out: February issue of In Touch

    The 2nd edition of the 2015 Physical and Health Education Canada's monthly e-newsletter is out. This month features the QDPE Award, Family Kitchen Recipes, and much more!

Events

  • Quality (Daily) Physical Education Free Webinar

    Join PHECanada March 10th for a FREE professional development webinar on Quality (Daily) Physical Education.

  • Physical Literacy: The Gateway to Active Participation

    This conference is rooted in Canadian Sport for Life, a national movement to improve the quality of sport and physical activity. It will present a vision for your role, and that of your organization, in providing all Manitobans the opportunity to benefit from life-long physical activity.

  • Physical and Health Education Canada National Conference 2015

    The National Conference provides an opportunity for delegates to network with colleagues and increase their knowledge and skills to foster healthy active living for children and youth in the school community.

  • Hyacks in Motion

    3km family run/walk around Queen's Park for the past, present and future!

  • National Conference on Women and Sport

    Laval University, in collaboration with CAAWS and Égale Action, will host a national conference on women and sport entitled: The 2015 Conversation: Moving the world forward - Make the change happen. The goal will to find solutions to the various problems facing girls and women in the Canadian sport system. Around 400 individuals from across Canada are expected to attend. The dates are June 9-12 2015.

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