This tool has been developed to assist individuals and interested groups in implementing the Healthy Communities-Organizations approach.
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This toolkit is designed to assist community organizations who want to start a Bulk Buying Club in their community. It outlines key steps to starting a club, and provides a range of tools and supports that will help you organize a Bulk Buying Blub that suits your particular group’s needs.
- Food Security Network of Newfoundland and Labrador
This booklet shows how you and your family can plan to be physically active every day using the Canadian Physical Activity guidelines. It includes all eight of the Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour guidelines, plus sample log books with plenty of examples of ways you can incorporate physical activity into your schedule. Use the blank logs to track your own progress!
- Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
This interactive questionnaire will help you find out if you are at higher risk of having pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes through a series of questions about important risk factors for diabetes. These include age, family history of diabetes, ethnicity, and other factors. The questionnaire also allows you to enter your weight and height to determine your BMI and will ask you to measure your waist circumference to include these in your assessment. Throughout the questionnaire, you are being provided with specific pertinent facts regarding the information you enter.
A guide on supporting mental fitness in the workplace.
“It Starts with a Seed” is a report detailing success stories from the Community Food Action Grant Program, which helps build food security throughout New Brunswick by funding various community projects and initiatives. In 2012-2013, the CFA Grant Program supported 46 projects in New Brunswick communities. The report features 7 of them with beautiful pictures and captivating storytelling.
- New Brunswick Department of Social Development
“A Growing Good” is a report detailing success stories from the Community Food Action Grant Program, which helps build food security throughout New Brunswick by funding various community projects and initiatives. In 2013-2014, the CFA Grant Program supported 91 projects in New Brunswick communities. The report features 12 of them with beautiful pictures and captivating storytelling.
There are Wellness Champions in communities all around New Brunswick, whether they be individuals, families, community groups, schools or workplaces. Some have shared their success stories so they can be an inspiration for all of us. Check out these stories, get inspired and share them with others!
- The Wellness Movement
This toolkit helps teach children and youth about healthy eating and physical activity while they learn the fun of cooking. The toolkit was developed to help deliver interactive and engaging opportunities around food and cooking.