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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.

Identifies the importance of recreation for mental health and how community-based recreation professionals can help people live their lives as fully as possible outside the health system.

The issue of child and youth rights has been highlighted through many recent federal initiatives, such as the National Children's Agenda and the 1999 Canadian Report Card dealing with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

“Linking For Healthy Communities: Building from within” was a fabulous two day event, held at the BMO Institute for Learning, attended by more than 130 participants, staff and speakers.

River of Life is an online course to address Aboriginal youth suicide prevention. It was designed in collaboration with Elders, Aboriginal community members and with extensive research.

A resource paper on mentoring programs for Aboriginal Youth.

Young people are our future, so why is so hard to connect and relate to them today? This workshop will break down the traits of successful and unsuccessful youth programming. Learn more about promoting to and working with this “new” generation of leaders.

The Alberta Centre for Active Living regularly receives physical activity information from various sources, including listservs, websites, personal contacts, and e-mails.

Aboriginal Youth and Their Experiences in Physical Education: “This Is What You’ve Taught Me” PHENex Journal, by Joannie M. Halas, University of Manitoba.

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