If your outdoor play space is a few squares of sidewalk, your kids can still have fun, active play with these games!
Martial arts can help kids with autism develop cognitive abilities and physical literacy skills, as well as have fun!
Through Trips for Kids Ottawa, Cat Weaver is doing something special for her community: teaching youth how to ride bikes.
For coaches, when it comes to helping young kids love sport and movement, the secret is making playing and practicing fun.
Inclusion and belonging have been underlying themes throughout Olympian Carol Huynh’s entire athletic career.
I often encourage my kids to try new things. When I was invited to join a women’s hockey team, I decided to take my own advice.
The director of a new B.C. program that prescribes nature time shares what people have to gain from time spent outdoors.
Some kids’ activity levels drop off once they enter the teen years? Here’s why—plus tips for how you can keep your teens involved in sport.
Olympic swimmer Martha McCabe looks back on her life of sport, and offers tips for sports parents as they raise athletic kids.
Canadian cross-country ski program Spirit North aims to create opportunities for Indigenous youth to connect to sport and the land.