Project Love Run
Project Love Run is a safe space for womxn to meet others, get their bodies moving, and discover the joy of running. Physical activity leaders can help people join one of the running groups or start their own chapter to help expand the network of safe and inclusive spaces for BIPOC womxn.
We Belong: A How-To Guide
We Belong: A How-To Guide aims to provide recreational leaders, coaches, educators and facilitators practical tools to help newcomer youth feel welcomed and included in physical activity settings.
This resource is provided by Physical and Health Education (PHE) Canada.
Sport for Life for All Newcomers to Canada
Sport for Life for All Newcomers to Canada provides examples of how recreation leaders, organizations and educators can welcome new Canadians of all ages into their physical activity spaces. It provides examples of barriers for newcomers, how to address those barriers, as well as an action plan for inclusion.
Newcomer Sport Program final report infographic
This report shows sport and recreation leaders some factors or barriers that new Canadians face when it comes to physical activity enrolment, what can be done to take down those barriers, and the positive effects of physical activity and connection on new residents.
This resource is provided by Sport for Life.
Healthy Together @ Home
Healthy Together @ Home is a fun, free, weekly program for parents and caregivers with toddlers and children. Each session includes a learning activity, cooking activity and physical activity that encourages and promotes living a healthy lifestyle & wellness.
Equity & Inclusion Lens Diversity Snapshot - Immigrants
This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.
Advancing Equity & Inclusion - A Guide for Municipalities
This guide created by City for All Women Initiative and Partners, addresses inequities in resources, access and power which cost our communities and organizations socially and financially.
Equity & Inclusion Lens Handbook
This interactive tool created by the City for All Women Initiative and City of Ottawa, is to help users address systemic barriers and inequities people face and create a positive, respectful services representative of the community. This handbook is for everyone.
Accessibility Audit Tool
This easy-to-follow checklist from viaSport will help an organization determine their level(s) of accessibility. It also provides concrete examples of how to make all aspects of programming and facilities more inclusive and accessible for everyone. It is organized around six pillars of accessibility.