Healthy Living Inventory Maps - 2016

Together with our partners through the Working Together to Achieve Healthier Lifestyles in Yukon and Northwest Territories’ Communities project, we have compiled information on Healthy Eating and Active Living programs (among Other healthy living programs [in Yukon only]) in communities in both territories for the year 2016. These maps will help program coordinators, recreation leaders, funders, and others, to access information about the healthy initiatives going on in their community. The purpose of this tool is to facilitate collaboration between organizations and others in order to work together to support healthier lifestyles across the North.   

The information contained in the Inventory is not representative of all the programs in the territory; there may be programs that are missing and contacts and program information are constantly evolving. The data was collected by survey and by reaching out to communities through various networks. We do our best to display the most accurate information as possible. If you notice a program that needs updating, please let us know by emailing molly@aicbr.ca. If you would like to add a new program to the inventory, please do so by filling out the following survey (for Yukon and NWT)! Thank you in advance for helping us build a comprehensive source of information on healthy living initiatives in the territory!

Yukon-wide Programs:

There are many programs not represented on the map that are available Yukon-wide. Here is a snapshot of those programs:

For more information on these Yukon-wide programs listed above from our inventory (such as target group, success factors, funding, contact, etc.), please email us at molly@aicbr.ca.

 

nwt-wide Programs:

There are many programs not represented on the map that are available Yukon-wide. Here is a snapshot of those programs:

For more information on these NWT-wide programs listed above from our inventory survey (such as who is the target group, program details, success factors, funding, contact, etc.), please email us at molly@aicbr.ca.


Acknowledgements

 

 

MAPS WERE DEVELOPED THROUGH A COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE EDUCATION & RESEARCH GROUP AT ESRI CANADA AND THE ARCTIC INSTITUTE OF COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH

THIS PROJECT WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA'S INNOVATION STRATEGY (2013-2017)