Across Canada, sports associations, clubs, and community groups offer inclusive and accessible sports programming for newcomers.
Here are some tips for locating adaptive and inclusive recreation and sports programming across Canada for your child.
These splash pads are not only refreshing and fun—they’re also the coolest free (or inexpensive) options in Canada.
Discover thrilling outdoor experiences for families in Canada! Unearth dinosaur bones in Alberta or hike through British Columbia’s ancient forests.
Check out this helpful guide for the coolest children’s museums in Canada where your little ones can get hands-on experience with the fun exhibits.
How to choose the right daycare or preschool for your child? Check out this checklist developed by Sport for Life and Active for Life.
Across Canada, hockey players, volunteers, and organizations are giving back to their communities through innovative and generous initiatives.
For some awesome family fun this summer, check out these outdoor adventure courses across Canada.
Is there room in kids’ outdoor time for screens and apps? Learn how some Canadian programs are using tech to enhance experiences in nature.
Speed skating is a fun, fast-paced sport that kids (and adults) can get into at any age. Here’s everything you need to know.
If you’re looking for ways to keep your child active while learning this year, check out our list of interactive museums across Canada!
Skateboarding has developed in a lot of different directions over the years. This summer, for the first time, it’s an official sport at the Olympics in Tokyo.
During the pandemic, cities got creative in making play-friendly parks, streets, and other areas for families to enjoy.
It can be tough to find suitable summer activities for kids with disabilities. Here are a few tips for enjoying accessible, inclusive fun!
Libraries these days are exploring a different type of literacy—physical literacy. Learn what sports equipment is available at your library.
Martial arts can help kids with autism develop cognitive abilities and physical literacy skills, as well as have fun!
Canadian cross-country ski program Spirit North aims to create opportunities for Indigenous youth to connect to sport and the land.
If you’re wondering where to walk this winter, check out this province-by-province guide to some of the best winter trails across Canada.
A pediatric physiotherapist and nature play program director discusses why active outdoor play is so important for kids’ development.
The Explore Your 2.4 program encourages children to get outdoors, explore their neighbourhoods, and spend more time in independent play.
With hockey’s abrupt end, coaches and minor hockey associations across Canada came up with creative ways to help their young athletes.
During COVID-19, coaches have had to evolve fast to keep athletes engaged and active while they’re apart from their teammates.
We’ve been studying how providing early childhood educators with physical literacy training affects the children in their care.
Girls across the country are lacing up their skates and cheering each other on as they learn hockey basics with Hockey Canada and Esso Fun Days.