Monthly Archives: November 2018

What’s in a Policy: Variation among Provincial School Food and Nutrition Policies in Canada

Promotion of Physical Activity in Rural, Remote, and Northern Settings: A Canadian Call to Action.

Studies of the impact of regular physical activity have been extensive in the past. However, the promotion of these activities has been directed towards urban regions. This study investigated the accessibility and practice of physical activity in non-urban—rural, remote, and northern—settings. A “synopses of syntheses” was used to assess the state of public health by […]

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Playing with Poetry, Poetic Representation of Research in Children’s Geographies of Nature and Adventurous Play

Children’s interaction with nature is known to be beneficial to their physical, mental, and social well-being, all of which have been documented from a traditional approach.  The research team, composed of Stephanie E. Coen, Suzanne Tillmann, Christina R. Ergler, Cara McGuire, and Jason A. Gilliland, questioned whether unconventional forms of representation would add benefits to […]

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