Celebrate Canada 150! Free admission is here! 2017 is the 150th anniversary of Confederation. As Canada’s gift to you, the 2017 Discovery Pass will provide free admission for the entire year to Parks Canada places from coast-to-coast to coast. Find adventure, fun for the whole family, or a short break from the everyday. There’s never […]
Parks Canada has announced a series of public consultations to talk about Canada’s national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas. The consultation runs from January 9 to 27, 2017.
Mood Walks project manager Jasmine Ferreira was interviewed about physical activity and mental health on Not Broken Radio, an online show hosted by author and mental health advocate Brett Francis.
Welcome to another issue of The Mood Walker – thank you to everyone who contributed photos or content. In this edition, we have three Group Profiles as well as a story from Central Lake Ontario Conservation on their partnership experience with Mood Walks. We also have information on the 2017 Mood Walks Summit, upcoming conferences and how youth can get involved! To contribute […]
Mood Walks will be presenting at several events across the province this fall! Please show your support by attending our sessions or inviting others to join us! Mood Walks Lunch & Learn Mental Health For All Conference 2016 Toronto, ON, September 29 | 30 www.cmhaconference.com Mood Walks Presentation Hike Ontario Annual Summit Perth, ON, September […]
Ontario Parks challenges you to spend 30 minutes in nature every day for 30 days.
The Mood Walks project was recently profiled by CBC Radio and the Windsor Star.
Coleman is calling on the support of all Canadians – Canadian media, Canadian officials and Coleman partners to urge the government to declare July 15th a holiday — National Get Outside (G.O.) Day, because who wouldn’t want another day to Get Outside? To be Canadian is to be outside. Sign the petition and let’s make […]
Although groups may be at different stages of development – some in the planning phase and others actively hiking – we hope this newsletter offers a little something for everyone. In this issue, we hear from the Mood Walks group at West Hill Secondary School, review training opportunities with Hike Ontario, find out how to get involved in the Healthy […]
Forty-one community organizations across Ontario have been selected by the Canadian Mental Health Association to deliver an innovative hiking program for youth who are at risk of, or experiencing, mental health issues.