Community Action Process
Signed up
Data Collection
Profile
Symposium
Action Plan
Taking Action
Evaluation
Complete

Milestones

School Travel Planning
Community Action Plan
Go out & play Challenge
Moving together Symposium
Official Community Plan
Recreation Master Plan
Completed Project

Inspiring kids and families to move in Meadow Lake & Flying Dust First Nation

What we've been up to:

  • Planning is almost complete to develop the infrastructure to connect the Meadow Lake and Flying Dust First Nation using the existing pathways and identifying safe travel options. 
  • We hosted focus groups January 23 & 24 2020. At these sessions, we discussed physical activity in the area and what we can collectively do to get Saskatchewan moving more and sitting less. 

What's next?

  • The in motion Community Action Committee will reconvene in 2020 to continue the pathway project.

That's a wrap on #GOAP2020!

Wow! Saskatchewan logged 3,421,133 minutes of physical activity during March 1-10, 2020 in the Saskatchewan Blue Cross Go Out & Play Challenge. What an impressive number! While you didn't secure one of the cash prizes, we firmly believe that everyone wins when kids and their families get out and get moving. Don't stop now -- visit www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca to find more great ideas to keep your family moving all year long. 

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