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If You Make it Free, Will They Come? Using a Physical Activity Accessibility Model to Understand the Use of a Free Children’s Recreation Pass

If You Make it Free, Will They Come? Using a Physical Activity Accessibility Model to Understand the Use of a Free Children’s Recreation Pass

This study aims to answer a simple question: Are expenses the main obstacle in the fitness of children? The study inducted took a particular age group and studied them over the course of a year. The age group was specifically chosen as being the ‘turning point’ for sedentary lifestyles, where children seem to lose interest […]

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Climate Change & Active School Travel: Go Green Travel Clean Campaign

The Human Environments Analysis Laboratory at Western University received funding to support the development of educational materials and messaging to connect Active School Travel with Climate Change. The following are resources available to use in schools and within the community. Check out the wonderful videos that were created by the project team about Walking & Wheeling to School, Walking […]

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HEAL’s Dr. Andrew Clark speaks at ASRTS Awards Night!

HEAL Project Coordinator and Senior Research Associate spoke about the importance of walking and wheeling to school at the Active & Safe Routes to School Poster Contest Awards Night on May 10th, 2019 at the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) office. The contest was run by the London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB) and […]

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