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2019 Healthy School Communities National Forum


#HSCForum2019 is set for November 5-7, 2019 in the nation’s capital, Ottawa, Ontario. This biennial event brings together community leaders and decision-makers working in health, education, research, government, and active living sectors.

Join us as we work together to advance student achievement, health, wellbeing and healthy school across Canada!

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Connect with community champions to share ideas, research, and best practices in fostering healthy, active living for children and youth.

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Recognizing and supporting best practices and achievements in healthy schools and healthy communities across the country.

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2019 HSC National Forum

Join us at the 2019 Healthy School Communities (HSC) National Forum from Nov 5 to 7 in Ottawa! Visit the event page to learn more.


2019 QDPE Award Program

PHE Canada would like to congratulate and recognize the 370 schools that received the QDPE Awards this school year!

Move Think Learn

Move Think Learn Series supports teachers working with children and youth (grades 4-9) develop their physical literacy (knowledge, confidence, and competence) through unique, inclusive, and fun activities. 

At My Best Program

At My Best (AMB) is a free, curriculum-linked resource designed to support children’s optimal development by inspiring and motivating them to make healthier choices and develop lifelong healthy habits.


Advance your school mental health initiative with #Share2Care!
S2C 2019

Six reasons why you should submit an application in this year’s #Share2Care campaign.

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