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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.

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta), ISC(A), is a registered non-profit provincial multi-sport organization that represents all Indigeous youth and families in the Province of Alberta.

"Promoting healthy lifestyles in Aboriginal communities through Sport and Recreation"

...providing more opportunities for more children to make healthy choices more often in the province of British Columbia.

This comprehensive manual will help you develop programs in First Nations and Inuit communities that encourage physical activity and healthy eating.

This is a planning guide for Girls’ Days which are aimed at providing a wide range of enjoyable opportunities for young women in the areas of physical activity, nutrition, mind and spirit, selfesteem, and creativity.

An activity book to teach healthy living in an effort to prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Published by the Ningwakwe Learning Press, this manual targets adults and youth interested in learning about Aboriginal games. Cost: $14.95 plus shipping and handling.

Published by the Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (SOADI), this kit targets teachers and parents with children aged 5-8 years. Cost: $45.00 for the complete kit (facilitator guide, coloring book, video)

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