ISRC Active Living

The Interprovincial Sport and Recreation Council's research and policies on active living

Active Living Project

Reports on the status, challenges, and recommendations for the Active Living Project.

Changes to the Active Living National Infrastructure: Information Package - 1993

Information package presented at the 1993 Interprovincial Conference by Minister Cadieux. Highlights are: 1) Continue movement away from...

Communique on Quebec 1987 Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Sport and Recreation

Discusses federal and provincial-territorial roles in recreation, proposal to establish not-for-profit fitness corporation, commitment to...

Directions for Research in Physical Activity To inform the Integrated Pan-Canadian Healthy Living Strategy 160

This document reports on the roundtable mandated to develop a prioritized agenda of what research knowledge is needed to shape, advance and...

Federal-Provincial-Territorial Fitness Committee Report

Reports on the 1991 workplan for the committee.

Fitness Solutions for Small Business

Intended to provide a comprehensive program to promote fitness and healthy lifestyles in the workplace with special emphasis on small and...

Fitness: The Future. Canadian Summit on Fitness

Reports on the Canadian Summit on Fitness which was held in Ottawa from June 8 to 11, 1986, to further the evolution of fitness development...

Guidelines for the Training of Specialist Fitness Leaders

Guidelines and development models for fitness leadership training programmes. Modules include: fitness for older adults, youth fitness,...

In Perspective: Communication Guide for Implementing Performance Standards for Basic Fitness Leaders

A manual providing detailed information on the Performance Standards for the Basic Fitness Leader. It includes their development process,...

National Recreation Statement

This document was commissioned by the Minister of Recreation from each province and territory. It provides a working definition of...

Performance Standards for the Basic Fitness Leader (1989)

A set of standards designed to assist leadership training organizations to develop, maintain or improve the quality of fitness leadership...

Physical inactivity: Framework for action. Towards Healthy, Active Living for Canadians

This document is intended to provide a foundation for individual provincial/territorial governments and the federal government to determine...

Press Release June 2006: Ministers Want a More Active Canada

The Ministers agreed that sport and recreation infrastructure is their top priority and directed officials to develop a framework and...

Press Releases Regarding the Physical Fitness of Canadians - 1974

Concern for the physical fitness of Canadians was expressed by delegates to the Second National Conference of provincial Recreation...

Recreation and Physical Activity: Providing Opportunities for Children and Youth Living in Poverty - Literature Review

The intent of this literature review to complement existing documentation with literature, best practices, models and resources that will...

The Physical Inactivity Epidemic: The Preventative Role of Active School Communities

A discussion paper prepared on behalf of the Federal-Provincial/Territorial Fitness and Recreation Advisory Committee for the National...

Toward a National Policy on Amateur Sport: A Working Paper, Minister for Fitness and Amateur Sport

This Green Paper discusses the state of amateur sport in Canada, presents a series of proposals, and calls for discussion among Canadians...

Toward a National Policy on Fitness and Recreation: A Discussion Paper, Minister for Fitness and Amateur Sport, 1979

This discussion paper attempts to establish a cohesive framework of guidelines, roles strategies and basic structures for the eventual...
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