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The Sport for Life Society is recognized as the global experts on the Canadian Sport for Life Movement, Long-Term Athlete Development, and physical literacy development. 

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Active for Life is a Canadian not-for-profit social enterprise founded by B2ten. We are a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy.

AFL is committed to equipping professionals who work with children with the tools and resources they need to provide high quality PL programming including lesson plan builder, role model program, online magazine, social media,

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The Alberta Be Fit For Life Network works in collaboration to provide services, education and resources to encourage self-responsibility in Albertans to be physically active.

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Ever Active Schools (EAS) is a provincial initiative designed to assist school communities in addressing and creating healthy school communities. EAS contributes to the healthy development of children and youth by fostering social and physical environments that support improving the health and learning outcomes of students in Alberta.

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NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) workshops will teach you, in detail, how to instruct, observe, and correct fundamental movement skills such as throwing, catching, kicking, jumping, and running. Are you coaching with a community sport association, or thinking to start? NCCP free online tutorials from the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) present tips, tools, and downloadable coaching resources to help you.

MRA partner SPORT NORTH is the NWT authorized provider for NCCP FMS workshops.

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High Five is a training program and certification standard for recreation leaders in Canada. High Five’s mission is to promote quality recreation programming and positive experiences for children.

MRA partner NWTRPA is the NWT authorized provider for HIGH FIVE training.

Other Physical Literacy Resources

 

​Recreation leaders, educators, caregivers, camp leaders, after-school program leaders, and community leaders who are looking for additional resources may want to consult the following web sites and external links. These websites and organizations also provide excellent activities, lesson plans, and guidance on delivering physical literacy in your community. 

Enhancing the quality of life of the Mackenzie region residents through physical literacy and active for life opportunities while fostering and supporting the development of recreation, volunteers, and leadership.