Active Living

Active Living

Active Living is a way of life in which physical activity is valued and integrated into daily living (Active Living Canada).

Active Living ranges from light activity such as leisurely walking to moderate or vigorous activities such as wheeling, running and playing sports. To improve your health or stay healthy, engage in light to vigorous physical activity every day.

Adults: At least 150 minutes/week
Children/Youth: At least 60 minutes/day

(Source: Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines)

Alberta Active Living Partners:

Alberta Active Living Partners:

Associated Partners:

Other Connections:

(Source: Alberta Centre for Active Living)

Active Alberta Policy

Alberta Culture and Toursim released a final version of the Active Alberta Policy. Ten Alberta government ministries were involved in developing the Active Alberta Policy in consultation with nearly 130 stakeholder groups. The policy’s six outcomes will guide the Government and its partners in the design, delivery and funding of programs related to recreation, active living and sport.

To promote a trail network, including the Trans Canada Trail, connecting all Albertans.