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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.

This book, based on the author's 1969 doctoral thesis, A Historical Analysis of the Development of Public Recreation in Canada, is considered a heritage document.

The Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines Handbook shows how you and your family can plan to be physically active every day using the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines.

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We are very excited to announce the release of Long-Term Athlete Development, created by LTAD pioneers, veteran facilitators, and CS4L Leadership Team members Istvan Balyi, Richard Way, and Dr. Colin Higgs.

On September 16, 2013 a new interactive resource was launched, that encourages the use of the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines in all community-based programs.

The Centre for the North’s latest report delivers new insights into the design and implementation of successful Aboriginal youth wellness strategies in Canada’s North.

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