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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.

A publication from The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation

Actively Engaging Women and Girls: Addressing the Psycho-Social Factors is a supplement to the Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) foundation documents, and complements other Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) resources.

This statement, which is a revision of a previous American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement, defines relevant terminology and provides current information on risks and benefits of strength training for children and adolescents.

PISE (Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence) is excited to announce the launch of Maximum Engagement in Games and Activities (MEGA), a physical literacy guide for instructors.

Presentations from the 2013 Conference & Energize Workshop & IFPRA World Congress

Presentation from the 2013 Recreation Nova Scotia Conference and Trade Show

Quality matters because research shows people are more likely to stay active for life if they have a positive experience in sport, recreation and physical activity when they are a child.

Presentation from the 2013 Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference and Energize Workshop

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