More About Physical Literacy

Active for Life

Active for Life is "a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy." 


*Active for Life is a funder of the OMiCS study

UBC Active Kids

UBC Active Kids is a development and community engagement program for 3.5 to 17 year olds, run by the School of Kinesiology. 

Stay up to date on their latest programs and read about health and physical activity, in their monthly newsletter!


"Participaction is a national non-profit organization who's mission is to help Canadians sit less and move more."


HealthlinkBC is a free telehealth service that provides counseling in a number of fields to British Columbians. In addition to nurses, dietitians and pharmacists, you can communicate directly with a qualified exercise professional, over the phone with HealthlinkBC, by dialing 8-1-1

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP)

"The new Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth encourage children and youth to “Sweat, Step, Sleep and Sit”."

Action Schools BC

A provincial program available to elementary schools in BC to promote healthy living.

Fitness, Aging & Stress Lab (FAST Lab)

If you are interested in other research happening in our lab, please click the link above!