March Break is coming up at schools across the country and we all know what that means! More time with the kiddos! Skiing, ice skating, tobogganing/tubing/sledding, bowling, and swimming (at the community indoor pool) are the usual activities that come to mind when trying to come up with family fun ideas during a snowy Canadian winter. Try these suggestions for a little variety:
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February is the month of heart health. It’s fun to think of all the great activities that you can do this month to help support your heart! It’s also a very romantic month and even though Valentine’s Day has passed, have you ever thought about participating in an active date? I’ve thought about my past dating experience and reflected on what I think would be some great ideas to help get to know your date through exercise.
GoodLife Kids Foundation is a Canadian private foundation with a vision for every Canadian kid to have the opportunity to live a fit and healthy good life. We are inspiring parents, role models, mentors, leaders and individuals like you, to deliver the message to kids, that being active is not only good for their body and mind but also a lot of fun.
Canada’s largest indoor cycling fundraiser is creating a healthier path for Canadian Children [London, ON]—On Saturday March 2, 2013 GoodLife Fitness employees, Members and non-Members, partners, friends and family will hop on indoor cycles to participate in the 2nd annual Spin 4 Kids, Canada’s largest one-day spin-a-thon, in support of the GoodLife Kids Foundation (GLKF). [...]
Gutsy Walkers take to the streets, motivated to find a cure for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis
On June 10, 2012, thousands of Canadians will take to the streets to show their guts in the face of a chronic disease that directly affects more than 200,000 Canadians and touches an additional 800,000.
On that day, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC) will hold its 17th annual Gutsy Walk (formerly known as Heel ‘n’ Wheel-a-Thon); a coast-to-coast fundraising event. Participants raise funds by collecting pledges from their families, friends and co-workers to fund research into inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
The Gutsy Walk takes place on Sunday, June 10, 2012 in about 80 Canadian communities, and is organized by local CCFC Chapters.
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