This 2015 study examines municipal perspectives on programs, facilities, policies and opportunities for physical activity.


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2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

September 30, 2017

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute conducted a study entitled the 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities to explore factors associated with physical activity (PA) at the local level. Administrators in communities with at least 1,000 residents were asked to report on their awareness and use of physical activity- or sport-oriented resources in community programming. This bulletin summarizes these findings.


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Key Research Area(s)

Awareness, Communities

Population(s)

Municipal Administrator

Settings

Communities

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Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Administrator-reported key settings data

2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

September 6, 2016

The 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities also asked communities with at least 1,000 residents to report on the specific types of information considered to be useful for informing residents about how to become more active. This bulletin summarizes these findings.


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Key Research Area(s)

Information, Communities

Population(s)

Municipal Administrator

Settings

Communities

Publication Type

Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Administrator-reported key settings data

2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

March 30, 2018

The 2015 Survey of Physical Opportunities in Canadian Communities asked small communities with fewer than 1,000 residents whether they worked with various community organizations and/or institutions when developing physical activity and sport facilities, programs and services. Furthermore, communities were also asked if they have agreements with local school boards and sports organizations regarding the shared use of school and municipal facilities, and sharing resources and programming (e.g., instructors, officials, equipment).


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Population(s)

Municipal Administrator

Settings

Communities

Publication Type

Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Administrator-reported key settings data

2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

March 30, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute’s 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities examined factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level. The survey asked municipal administrators (in communities with at least 1,000 residents) to indicate whether various facilities and programs to support or promote physical activity for families are available in their communities.

 

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2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

March 30, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute conducted the 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities which looked at factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level. Municipal administrators (in communities with at least 1,000 residents) were asked about potential sources of funding for the provision of sport and physical activity facilities and programming. This research bulletin explores these sources in relation to community characteristics.


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2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

February 28, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute’s 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities was developed to examine factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level. In the survey, municipal administrators (in communities with at least 1,000 residents) were asked about barriers associated with funding of facilities to support physical activity among citizens.


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2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

January 30, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute conducted the 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities which examined factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level. In the survey, municipal administrators (in communities with at least 1,000 residents) were asked about their promotion or use of financial programs to help support families to participate in physical activity and sport, when cost is a barrier.


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Population(s)

Municipal Administrator

Settings

Communities

Publication Type

Reports and Publications

Data Collection Method(s)

Administrator-reported key settings data

2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

January 5, 2018

The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute conducted a study entitled the 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities which examines factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level.This research bulletin further asks municipal administrators about the availability of formal plans associated with transportation and the priority associated with different types of transportation contained within. This bulletin summarizes these findings with respect to community characteristics.


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2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities,

November 30, 2017

The 2015 Survey of Physical Activity Opportunities in Canadian Communities conducted by the Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute explores factors associated with physical activity and sport at the local or community level. This research study asks municipal administrators about the availability of formal strategies for physical activity and sport in communities with at least 1,000 residents.


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Key Research Area(s)

Policies and Strategies, Communities

Population(s)

Municipal Administrator

Settings

Communities

Publication Type

Reports and Publications