Bulletin 5: Specifically designed facilities for physical activity and sport

2016-2018 Physical Activity Monitor (Adult focus),

November 30, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute’s 2016-2018 Physical Activity Monitor explored Canadians’ perceptions about the availability, their satisfaction, and usage of a range of places to be active within the community.This research bulletin examines the availability of other spaces in the community that are specifically designed for physical activity and sport, satisfaction levels with the amount of these places in the community, and usage of these specifically designed physical activity or sport spaces.

 

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Key Research Area(s)

Facilities or Places to be Active

Population(s)

Adults

Publication Type

Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Self-Report Population Data

# By The
Numbers


45%

of Canadians, 18 years or older, say that there are many specifically designed physical activity and sport facilities in the community.

The CFLRI is currently conducting a study of physical activity opportunities in Canadian schools. If you have received an invitation to participate in this and have any questions regarding the study please contact us at research_recherche@cflri.ca. Thank you for your participation!