Physical Education: A Right or a Privilege?

(Premium) One health and physical educator considers how schools value PE, and what impact that has on students

In this Issue: Time to Reflect and Plan

(Free) Considering healthy, active living programs in Newfoundland, reclaiming Indigenous ways and the results of the 2016-2017 quality (daily) physical activity program

Community Leader Spotlight: Robynne Edgar

(Free) This B.C.-based educator helps train and empower Indigenous community leaders who act as role models for healthier living
Healthy School Communities

At My Best 2017: Newfoundland and Ontario

(Premium) PHE Canada's At My Best program for 2017 culminated with signature play days for three lucky schools
Teacher to Teacher

Teacher to Teacher: How to Spend More PE Time Outside

(Premium) Teachers offer advice on fun ways to take gym class outside, equipment optional
Healthy School Communities

2016-2017 Results: Quality (Daily) Physical Education Program

(Premium) For the 2016-2017 school year, PHE Canada recognized 336 schools for their achievements in and commitment to quality physical education programming
Peer Reviewed

Peer Review: Exploring the Landscape of Healthy Active Living Programming for School-aged Children in Newfoundland

(Premium) A qualitative research study examines the gaps and opportunities for healthy active living programs in three Newfoundland cities
From the President

Charting a Course

(Free) PHE Canada introduces a new CEO, celebrates the Forum, partners with like-minded organizations and wades through choppy waters at the home office