Feature

R. Tait McKenzie Scholar Address 2018: Sandra Gibbons

(Premium) Sandra Gibbons addresses Dr. McKenzie's legacy of physical activity for all and shares research focusing on increasing young girls' and women's meaningful engagement in physical education
From the President

2018 National Conference: Fresh Perspectives and Strength in Numbers

(Premium) Last spring’s National Conference included new voices, opportunities for collaboration and plenty of material for inspiration
In the News

Presenting PHE Canada's 2018 Award Winners

(Free) This past spring, PHE Canada presented awards to inspiring professionals, scholars and students, and one remarkable school, for outstanding contributions to the physical health and wellness of Canadian youth
Teacher to Teacher

Teacher to Teacher: Making Nutrition Lessons Engaging

(Premium) From adapting family recipes to hosting a taste-testing event, teachers offer tips on creating effective, real-world healthy eating lessons
Peer Reviewed

Peer Review: Impacts of the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games on youth who participated in the sport of Olympic Wrestling with Team Indigenous

(Premium) This study examines how participation on a wrestling team impacted participants' wellbeing, and more Catherine Donovan (725), Adam Dubrowski (722)
Dance Education

From Dancing Girls to Elder Statesmen

(Premium) The CAHPER Dance Committee, in the years between 1965-1985, faced all sorts of challenges. There were philosophical and organizational hurdles, as well as discussions about gender inclusivity and the difference between dance in education and dance as an art form.
Editorial

In This Issue: A Spectrum of Inspiration

(Free) From practical tips on teaching nutrition in class, to a deep-dive into the history of the CAHPER dance committee, this issue features a diverse collection of articles, ideas and perspectives