Resources

Resource Type:
School/Children and Youth
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology- Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines AND Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines  The guidelines describe the amount and types of physical activity and sedentary behaviour that offer substantial health benefits to children.
Resource Type:
Active Transportation
Pathways to Recreation: Learning about Ontario’s Accessibility Standard for the Design of Public Spaces http://www.prontario.org/index.php/ci_id/9179.htm
Resource Type:
Active Transportation
The Public Health Agency of Canada-Active Transportation   The Public Health Agency of Canada encourages communities, schools and workplaces to adopt more active modes of transportation to improve the health and well being of Canadians.
Resource Type:
Active Transportation
ROWPHE -Cycling safety
Resource Type:
Workplaces
ROWPHE - Active Transportation and Health  Region of Waterloo Public Health resource on the health benefits of using active transportation
Resource Type:
Active Transportation
Region of Waterloo Cycling Master Plan
Resource Type:
Active Transportation
Region of Waterloo- Walk Cycle Waterloo Region A plan to make it easier to walk, cycle, and roll in Waterloo Region.
Resource Type:
Workplaces
Exercising Good Policy: Increasing Access to Recreation in Toronto’s 2013 Budget (Wellesley Institute, 2012.  PDF File)
Resource Type:
Workplaces
Improving Access to Recreation in Your Community: Policies and Programs for Healthy Communities PARC –Ophea
Resource Type:
Workplaces
Every One Plays. Access to Recreation for Low- Income Families in Ontario . Promising Practice Guide  . (PRO PDF File)

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