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Dr. Dean Kriellaars on Ontario’s ‘No Time to Wait’ Report

2 Apr, 2013
Dr. Dean Kriellaars outlines the failure of the Ontario’s ‘No Time to Wait’ Report. The report was created by the Healthy Kids Panel to put forth recommendations on how to combat childhood obesity...

International Physical Literacy Conference (IPLC)

2 Apr, 2013
The HIGH FIVE National Director, LJ Bartle, will be presenting at the upcoming International Physical Literacy Conference (IPLC) in Banff Alberta. She will be speaking about Making Physical Literacy...

Town of Halton Hills - New HIGH FIVE Accredited Organization

21 Feb, 2013
The President of Parks and Recreation Ontario presenting the Town of Halton Hills with its newly HIGH FIVE Accredited Status to the Mayor and Council.  Congratulations to the members of the Town of...

Building Enhanced Collaboration Between Recreation and Sport

5 Feb, 2013
CPRA and Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) have jointly released the Building Enhanced Collaboration Between Recreation and Sport document.  Building Enhanced Collaboration Between Recreation and Sport...

Residents take advantage of Swim and celebrate HIGH FIVE Accreditation

4 Jun, 2012
In celebration of June is Recreation and Parks Month the Essex Recreation Complex hosted its annual Mayor’s free swim and barbeque and celebrated becoming a HIGH FIVE® Accredited Organization.

HIGH FIVE Healthy Minds for Healthy Children Launch

2 Apr, 2012
HIGH FIVE’s Healthy Minds for Healthy Children’s online training was officially launched on April 26th, 2012 at the St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club.

Healthy Minds for Healthy Children: New training for Sport and Recreation Leaders in Canada

2 Apr, 2012
On April 26, 2012 HIGH FIVE® National, a division of Parks and Recreation Ontario, launched Healthy Minds for Healthy Children, the first training of its kind to help sport and recreation leaders...

After-School Time Period Physical Activity Workshop

4 May, 2010
In May of 2008, Federal/Provincial/Territorial (F/P/T) Ministers responsible for sport, physical activity and recreation (SPAR) set Pan-Canadian targets to increase children and youth physical...

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