ParticipACTION 150 Play List

Canada! It’s time to try the 150 activities that define our nation. Sign up for the 150 Play List and complete activities to earn contest entries. You could win great prizes like gift cards, trips for two, or a brand-new Chevrolet vehicle of your choice!

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  • ParticipACTION 150 Play List

    Canada! It’s time to try the 150 activities that define our nation. Sign up for the 150 Play List and complete activities to earn contest entries.

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  • National Health & Fitness Day

    National Health and Fitness Day is an initiative to make Canada the Fittest Nation on Earth!

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  • Sneak It In Week

    Sneak It In Week, previously held every April, encourages Canadians to take active breaks during their workdays and “sneak in” 10-minute increments of physical activity. We won’t be holding an official Sneak It In Week in 2017, but we still encourage Canadians to find ways to sneak physical activity into their workday. Walk to lunch. Park a few blocks away. Hit the pavement on your coffee break. Get your heart beating faster for 10 minutes and it really counts!
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  • ParticipACTION Teen Challenge

    The ParticipACTION Teen Challenge, sponsored by Coca-Cola Canada, provides micro-grants of up to $500 for 13-19 year-olds to get physically active in their communities through programs that the teens help design themselves. To date, over 400,000 teens and 5,000 community organizations have worked together to design activities.
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  • Make Room For Play

    Canadian kids spend hours a day in front of screens. See our award-winning efforts to raise awareness about this alarming trend.
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  • RBC Learn to Play

    The RBC Learn to Play Project, funded by RBC and the Public Health Agency of Canada and delivered by ParticipACTION, offers grants and support to help community organizations build and deliver quality sport and recreation programs for kids – so they can be healthy, happy and active for life.
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  • UPnGO

    Problem: Only 20% of Canadian adults are getting the recommended amount of physical activity – and our modern workplace culture is

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