News

  • Apply now! Calling community organizations in Ontario to pilot the We Belong program

    Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada) is looking for community organizations providing afterschool programs to newcomer youth to participate in our We Belong pilot aimed at increasing community development and the physical activity of newcomer youth.

  • FREE Resource: Physical Literacy and FIFA Women’s World Cup™

    With Canada hosting the world's best soccer players this August at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014, and next June at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™. two Special Editions of the Move Think Learn – Soccer In Focus resources have been developed.

  • New Report Reveals Teachers Need More Support to Help Manage Mental Health in the Classroom

    Today, Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada) released two reports that highlight a wide gap between Canadians’ expectations of teachers and the preparation and education that new teachers receive when it comes to student mental health and resiliency.

  • Survey Released: What are Kids Doing After School?

    An online survey was launched to understand how they perceive after school programs, what program and delivery components they value, and what barriers they confront in supporting the participation of their children. The results are presented here.

Events

  • Canadian Sport for Life National Summit 2015

    The Canadian Sport for Life National Summit brings together leaders who work to enhance the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. Canadian Sport for Life recognizes that quality sport and physical activity offer rich benefits to Canadian society through improved health, stronger communities, higher sporting achievement, and stronger national identity. By improving sport, Canadian Sport for Life aims to improve the lives of all Canadians.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • International Physical Literacy Conference: IPLC2015

    IPLC2015 is designed to bring together sport, health, education and recreation experts to advance the knowledge, application and implementation of Physical Literacy programming across the globe.

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