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File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC) Sports, Culture and Recreation Symposium: Fort Qu'Appelle SK
April 6, 2017 - April 7, 2017
The FHQTC Sports, Culture and Recreation Symposium is designed to inform the FHQ First Nations’ of services that are available and to assist in offering an understanding of where to begin with developing programs and services.
With the anticipated success of our symposium, it will assist in delivering the knowledge to access the programs and services that are offered, leveraging resources for recreation through linkages and partnerships. Increasing potential participant knowledge and awareness of the benefits of sports, culture and recreation programs and what is available to them.
April 8, 2017 - April 8, 2017
Join Canada's Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) leaders and decision makers for an exciting two-part event hosted by Upstream.
Growing public awareness of the roots of better health has opened the door to many conversations about how to equitably improve social conditions to further this common goal. Upstream invites you to join us in exploring the best ways to move this conversation into action.
April 10, 2017 - April 13, 2017
The Symposium offers
- Professional development opportunities taught by certified instructors
- Opportunities to connect with colleagues and experts from across Saskatchewan
- Courses on topics that matter most to practitioners and volunteers
- Parks 1
- Parks 2
April 29, 2017 - April 29, 2017
Summit Theme: Physical Literacy: Mobilizing Communities
Audience: Community sport and recreation leaders, elementary and secondary teachers, recreation programmers from municipal and not for profit groups, early years educators, public health and health promotion professionals, post-secondary students and administrators.
Call for Presenters Deadline: January 11, 2017
Delegate Registration opens in February 2017
May 3, 2017 - May 5, 2017
This symposium will bring together Northerners working in health, social services, education, and mental health. We welcome everyone….. Elders, early childhood educators, teachers, doctors, community health and wellness workers, recreation coordinators, nurses, dietitians, people working with families and any anyone else who is interested in supporting healthy children. The program will discuss childhood obesity and health, and the factors that influence healthy growth in the North.
Speakers will talk about health inequities, culture, screen and sleep times, activity, food security and more.
Keynote Speaker: Healthy Kids, Healthy Families, Healthy Communities – Focusing on Opportunities to Promote Healthy Habits and Healthy Weights - Dr. Geoff Ball PhD, RD, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Alberta; Director Pediatric Centre for Weight and Health, Stollery Children’s Hospital, Edmonton, AB
May 10, 2017 - May 12, 2017
This is the nation's largest conference on Physical Activity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, created for all of those with an interest in sports, recreation, fitness, and traditional activity who may be band council members; health directors, representatives, or health practitioners; counsellors or social workers; federal, provincial, or municipal health employees; academics; researchers; recreation workers; coaches; fitness instructors; cultural leaders; community members, and all others interested in the promotion of health and wellness through physical activity.
The Aboriginal Sport & Wellness Council of Ontario is hosting the conference to provide a networking and education opportunity. In addition there will be also a tradeshow for Aboriginal organizations and mainstream businesses to share their services and products.
June 3, 2017 - June 3, 2017
HELP MAKE CANADA THE FITTEST NATION ON EARTH!
Canada’s new National Health and Fitness Day is Saturday, June 3, 2017.
Show you believe that by working together, we can increase the rates of physical activity across the generations and impact on population wellness.
Consider these ideas:
- Ask your Mayor to lead a community walk or fun run.
- Organize events in local parks and schools – a scavenger hunt or nature walk.
- Arrange for community soccer or baseball games for all ages and abilities.
- Encourage local sports groups and clubs to offer “try it” days.
- Plan community fun fairs in local parks to host multi-sport events for kids.
Check the new website www.NHFDcan.ca to see if your community has proclaimed the day and find helpful tools to get you started.
Spread the word! Help us engage all Canadians in National Health and Fitness Day 2017 via Twitter @NHFDcan. #fittestnation
July 2, 2017 - July 9, 2017
Peace, reconciliation and cultural diversity is the theme for the games. Surrounding First Nations, the Metis Nation of Alberta, Edmonton and the University of Alberta will join Enoch to sponsor the event.
Over eight days spectators will witness various sporting competition taking place in Enoch and Edmonton. Traditional games will also be featured where Indigenous peoples from Canada will showcase horse relays, lacrosse and Denesuline hand games.
Conference topics include a Youth Conference, International Indigenous Environmental & Sustainability, International Indigenous Treaty Discussion, and more.
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