Have you checked out Healthy Built Environment Linkages: A Toolkit for Design, Planning, & Health, yet?
A big thank you to our great webinar speakers today: Ryan David Kennedy (University of Waterloo), Ian Wilson (City of Kelowna) and Sheena Fraser (Village of Pemberton).
To review the webinar recording and resources please click here.
Thank you to all the communities that have submitted applications to Round Two of the Healthy Communities Capacity Building Grant.
Approaching complex health issues is a collective responsibility for the people of the Kootenay Boundary Region.
Representatives from communities around the Okanagan Similkameen area are finding ways to put sustainability planning into practice.
All around the province, local governments are taking action to build healthier communities.
The Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) movement links sport, education, recreation and health, and aligns with provincial and national programming to set the stage for a lifelong relationship with physical activity.
New grants from Northern Health support communities that have ideas for projects to improve the health and well-being of their residents.