Introducing the PAHL Resources:  

This project was funded by the Ontario SPort and Recreation Fund (OSRCF)

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The Physical Activity and Healthy Living Resource includes links to documents and tools to help you achieve your ACTIVATE in Action Projects.  Most useful however my be the 150 Physical Literacy Lesson Plans and 200 Activities.


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Canadian youth have until March 31st, to apply to attend Motivate Canada’s 12th Annual ACTIVATE National Youth Leadership Forum. 

From May 11-15, 2016, Motivate Canada will host the ACTIVATE 2016 Forum just outside of Ottawa, Ontario at the YMCA Bonnenfant Camp in Dunrobin, Ontario.  Youth, aged 16 – 22, from every province and territory, including new immigrant and refugee youth, can apply to be part of ACTIVATE 2016: a yearlong journey that begins with attending the 5-day forum.

B.C. Youth Invited to Apply for Unique Sport Leadership Opportunity by June 23

Toronto (ON) – Jan. 30, 2015 – In celebration of the 2015 Year of Sport, Olympic boxer, three-time World Champion and Motivate Canada GEN7 Messenger Mary Spencer will share her inspirational message of personal growth, determination and positive cultural influence to over 1000 students from four schools in the Greater Toronto Area.

In partnership with Winterlude, Motivate Canada Youth Ambassadors and staff will motivate and move the Nation’s Capital over two days with PLAY Active at Winterlude 2015.

Motivate Canada’s GEN7 Aboriginal Role Model Program is honoured to announce its third consecutive year as a successful grantee of the Nike N7 Fund. The N7 Fund’s generous support will increase opportunities for Aboriginal youth across Canada to develop sport and leadership skills, which will enable them to complete community action projects, implement sustainable sports programming in their communities, and engage other local youth.

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