Physical Activity-Aboriginal Focus
The 2012-2013 PACM project included information and resource gathering from the first annual National Aboriginal Physical Activity Conference. This attendance resulted in a workshop for PACM members and the greater community.
PACM Aboriginal Focus Workshop
PACM Conference 2013 Presentation Saint Elizabeth: The Benefits of Physical Activity for First Nation, Inuit and Métis Communities: Sharing Knowledge and Community Leading Practices
Useful Links-Compiled from the conference and the workshop:
Manitoba Government: Creating youth opportunities
Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg-Volunteer opportunities
This workshop was the result of information and inspiration received at the First Annual National Aboriginal Physical Activity Conference in Vancouver, BC on February 21-22, 2013:
Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle www.a-pacc.com
To review the complete program, including extensive speaker bios and topic listings, please click here.
1) Right to Play-play program overview
Right To Play's mission is to use sport and play to educate and empower children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict, and disease in disadvantaged communities.
Healing through Expressive Arts- Sunworks provides process-based creative arts programs that facilitate social and life skills development.
3) Canadian Parks and Recreation Association’s First Nations, Inuit and Metis ‘Everybody Gets to Play ™ Community Mobilization Toolkit
5) Saint Elizabeth
10) Just Move It – National Physical Activity Promotion Initiative