A practical tool to support work in encouraging a healthy lifestyle for young women by using physical activity as an avenue to promote tobacco-free living.
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A resource for schools, school districts, and municipalities interested in supporting and encouraging cycling trips by school community members, including students, families, and school staff. A comprehensive document listing activities to encourage cycling, programs to provide skills and awareness among the students, as well as information on the type of infrastructure policies needed.
- Hub for Action on School Transportation Emmissions (HASTE)
A series of resources based on evidence drawn from published research and practical literature as well as from the experience of educators across Canada. It seeks to set out the strategies most effective in addressing substance use in school-aged children and youth. It includes reports, policy-making tools, audience-specific toolkits, and more.
- Pan-Canadian Joint Consortium for Health
This grant program will provide up to $2000 to support organizations in their efforts to increase physical activity, healthy eating, community connections and innovative learning experiences in New Brunswick’s after school hours programs. Eligible programs must be led by a New Brunswick organization that is committed to furthering the wellness of New Brunswickers. The types of organizations may include schools, networks, coalitions, municipalities, not-for-profit organizations (local, regional, provincial), associations and private businesses such as day cares or preschool programs. Individuals are not eligible to apply.
This program adopts a holistic approach to teaching children about health and well-being. Teachers can order a toolkit with materials designed specifically for their grade level. The website features a kids’ section with a music room and suggestions of family activities to do at home.
- At My Best
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.
This grant program will provide up to $5,000 to support community-led solutions to help improve healthy eating in New Brunswick by creating greater food security at the community level. Eligible initiatives must contribute to the three goals of the Community Food Action Program:
• Increase access to healthy food
• Increase food knowledge and skills
• Strengthen your community’s ability to create greater food security for all