Parks and Recreation invites stakeholders to look at ways to engage Torontonians in active lifestyles|
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Toronto Parks and Recreation Acting General Manager, Brenda Librecz, has
invited more than 50 stakeholders to look at ways to improve the health and
fitness of Torontonians. This recreation "think tank" is the first of its kind
and calls on participants to consider the following:
What can we, as recreation stakeholders, do to assist our population in
What can we do to encourage diverse populations to become healthier and
utilize our recreational resources?
Date: Tuesday January 25
Time: 1 to 4 p.m.
Place: North Toronto Memorial Community Centre
200 Eglinton Ave. W.
Fostering lifelong active living through the provision of physical activity
opportunities is a priority for Toronto Parks and Recreation, as outlined in
its recent strategic plan, Our Common Grounds, adopted by City Council this
past July. Additionally, Toronto Parks and Recreation is a member of the Get
your move on partnership, which is committed to working with individuals,
community groups, agencies, institutions, businesses and all levels of
government to achieve increased physical activity among all residents.
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