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This 2012 report is part of a study that explores the structure and constitution of networks of food initiatives in British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia, working in partnership with four provincial network organizations. The main purpose of this study has been to enhance our understanding of how organizations in Canada are mobilizing around food-related issues. In particular, the research explores the role that food networks, rather than individual initiatives, play in developing resistance to the corporate, industrial food system. This research also seeks to support and strengthen the activities of each provincial network by providing useful information about how they work.
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the recreation and parks field by broadening the knowledge and experience base of its members and by advocating for the value and benefit of leisure and recreation opportunities for all people. The organization provides educational opportunities, offers resource materials, distributes a broad range of information through its publications, and acts as a voice for the recreation and parks movement in New Brunswick.
- Recreation NB
This resource guide has been developed to assist groups and/or communities to facilitate their own Recreation Your Way events, or other inclusive recreation events. The purpose of these events is to enable people with disabilities, their family and friends to try some recreational and sporting activities, learn about them, have some fun, and hopefully be inspired to continue an active, healthy lifestyle.
- Recreation NB
Across New Brunswick, there are Regional Wellness Consultants that act as connectors and facilitators to help communities, families, organizations, schools and workplaces enhance their wellness. No matter what aspect of wellness you are working on, they can help guide you to the right resource and offer financial support. This map will help you identify which Regional Wellness Consultant covers your region and provides contact information for each of them.
The journey toward becoming an Age-Friendly Community requires ongoing commitment and action from the community. As described in Steps 5 and 6 of the AFC Recognition Guide, to maintain their Age-Friendly Recognition status, municipalities/communities must demonstrate this ongoing commitment to their Age-Friendly initiative and action plan every three years. A community that has already received an Age-Friendly Community Award and wishes to maintain and renew this certification should use this form to do so. Follow the instructions included with the form to how and when to submit completed forms, and to obtain contact information for any question pertaining to the program or the renewal process.
The 4Ps of local food are planting, picking, preparing, and preserving. Based upon the 4Ps, these workshops were created to be a resource for community groups and individuals across the province to use to foster knowledge, capacity, and engagement with healthy, traditional food skills in their communities.
- Food Security Network of Newfoundland and Labrador
School Travel Planning is a comprehensive process designed to increase local ownership of Active & Safe Routes to School by engaging stakeholders that include school boards, municipal transportation planners and engineers, public health, police, parents, students and school staff. School Travel Planning undertakes research to assess the barriers to active school travel and uses this knowledge to develop and implement action plans.
- Active and Safe Routes to School
These grants provide financial resources to schools to support the implementation of Comprehensive School Health (CSH) approaches to increasing mental fitness, healthy eating, physical activity and tobacco free living among their students and within their community.