In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, ParticipACTION is encouraging Canadians to become more active by participating in 150 activities this year. In their cross-country tour to promote this initiative and their “150 Play List,” you can have fun, be active and meet other Canadians who share your interest when ParticipACTION makes a stop in your community! Whether you make it out or not, you can still take part in this event and track your own activities online for a chance to win great prizes throughout the year.
In this unique, two-day interactive workshop, you’ll learn about the five key domains of emotional intelligence. Incorporating mindfulness practices, science-based evidence and leadership strategies, this workshop is designed for leaders at any level—especially those who want to support building an inspiring, high-performance workplace.
In this free webinar, learn how mindfulness can cultivate successful educator and student well-being. In addition to the webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to trial MindWell-U’s evidence-based e-mental health tool that has been successfully implemented at school districts, colleges and universities across North America. This webinar is a great starting point for those who are seeking training, support and/or additional resources around mindfulness.
In this webinar, you’ll gain insight into suicide prevention and learn how to help someone struggling with suicidal thoughts. You’ll touch on myths, facts, costs and impact of suicide, warning signs, how to respond after the death of a colleague and the Centre for Suicide Prevention’s education services and information resources available to all Canadian organizations.
Be one step ahead of the game with this year’s Active Living Research Conference. By focusing on the future of physical activity and creating environments, programs and policies that minimize the effects of shocks and stressors, you will be challenged to consider the future state of activity as a whole. Topics include active transportation, aging in place, public health, research translation, school policies and more!
As Canada inches closer to becoming the first G7 country to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, employers must learn how to navigate the related challenges and concerns emerging in the workplace. Learn from industry leaders and experts about a variety of aspects that will impact Canadian workplaces and highlights of practical implications, considerations and best practices for employers.
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