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Power To Be

le secteur de la société civile

Power To Be provides adventure-based programs designed for youth and families in need of support. The programs serve to inspire participants to connect with nature, break down barriers and discover their abilities, while promoting physical heath and emotional well-being.

Prescription to Get Active

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Prescription to Get Active (RxTGA) tackles chronic disease by enabling physicians to write prescriptions for physical activity for patients living sedentary lifestyles for motivation & encouragement. The prescription also grants limited free access to a local recreation centre.

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"Get Here From There" is a series of 12 foot and bike events designed to get people together to participate, compete, socialize and explore their neighbourhoods. The races get longer as the year progresses to allow people to make incremental, achievable steps towards permanent lifestyle changes.

Sole Girls

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Sole Girls is a powerful network of young ladies who are saving lives and challenging limitations. Through mentorship and non-competitive physical activity we run empowerment programs that train girls to 5km a funrun, build positive friendships, confidence and healthy relationships with themselves.

Sole Girls

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Sole Girls is a powerful network of young ladies who are saving lives and challenging limitations. Through mentorship and non-competitive physical activity we run empowerment programs that train girls to 5km a funrun, build positive friendships, confidence and healthy relationships with themselves.

Test Drive a Sport Events

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Create set dates to have Test Drive a Sport across Canada. All sport complexes, fitness and dance studios, gyms, boxes, sport fields, etc. would all submit their facility location, sport/fitness category, age allowance and discounted pricing to those trying that sport/activity on those dates.

Straighten Up Canada App

Each year, over 11 million Canadians suffer from at least one musculoskeletal condition. The Straighten Up Canada app is a public service program specifically designed to improve posture and spine health. It is an easy to use stretching program comprised of 12 exercises that promote better posture.

Replay

le secteur de la société civile

People with intellectual disabilities face many barriers in achieving a healthy lifestyle that other Canadians do not face. Replay is a uniquely designed health and fitness program to give people with intellectual disabilities a chance to eat better, get fit, and feel good everyday of their lives.

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