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Project title
The Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit




Destination Conservation Saskatchewan




Energy Awareness Training


Building Your Future Poster Series


Organic Connections

Working together to improve the health of the community.




Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit




Meewasin Valley Authority




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Local Food Production and Consumption - Craik Sustainable Living Project (CSLP)




Promotion of Physical Activity - Craik Sustainable Living Project (CSLP)




Environmental Pollutants Reduction - Craik Sustainable Living Project (CSLP)




Prevention Program for Cervical Cancer
Health Activities and Awareness
Healthy Living - Heart & Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan

Seniors Physical Activity Sampler




Summer Active



Regina in Motion Community Walk: Walk a Block



Creatures in our Midst



The Power of Play/ Play in the Park (PIP)




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Commuter Cycling Workshops (in Partnership with the Green Ribbon Committee)


City of Regina Pedometers in motion

Exercise Therapy & Workplace Wellness




Cardiac Rehabilitation & the Blue Cross Chronic Disease and Prevention Program




Street Culture Kidz Project Inc

Project WET Saskatchewan - Saskatchewan Watershed Authority




Urban Canvas Project




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Free Knowledge Day




Young Women's Wellness (Grrlzone)




Completing the Circle: End of Life Care with Aboriginal Families




YEAH - Youth Educating About Health




STI Awareness Campaign




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Sustainable Tools for Youth (Kahkewistahaw First Nation Health)




Enviro Cup Workshop

Eco-Extravaganza (Eco-X)




University of Regina's Wellness Group




Canadian Plains Research Centre




Campbell Collegiate Eco-Fair 2008




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Saskatoon Nature Society




Wonders of Wildlife - A Leader's Activity Guide for Teaching Young Conservationists




File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Health Education and Promotion




Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan Program Services Manager




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Common Circles: Addressing Violence Through Art




Transition House Bridges of Hope Outreach Program




Isabel Johnson Shelter Outreach Program




YWCA Big Sisters of Regina




YWCA Go Girls




Four Directions Community Health Centre




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Earth Day Film Festival




Food Miles Campaign - "Saskatchewan Organic: Buy Local for Goodness Sake!"




Green Life: Learning to Live with the World




Green Yourself Week




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Re-Engineering Education for Sustainability: Phase ONE - Regional Laboratory Centres




A Youth Forum on Sustainability




Saskatchewan ESD Network Inc.




SIAST Green Group Initiative




Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association




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Sustainability Conference




Faculty of Education (U of R): Moving from Awareness to Action




Youth Forum 2008




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Identify the Resource/Contact person for this project
Janice Michael, Research Administrator; Colleen Hamilton, Project Coordinator




Melissa Strom; Angie Bugg




Melissa Strom; Angie Bugg


Kevin Hudson (APEGS)


Lorraine Beaudette, Coordinator

Dianne Ferguson, Executive Director Primary Health Care; Kathy Filipowich,
Primary Health Care Team Consultant




Bonnie Jeffery, PhD, Director, Saskatchewan Population Health & Evaluation
Research Unit (SPHERU); Janice Michael, Research Administrator; Colleen
Hamilton, Project Coordinator



Doug Porteous, Meewasin Valley Authority




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Crystal Stinson




Crystal Stinson




Crystal Stinson




Felecia Watson
Pat Ash
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan

Janet Mish; Pat Lee




Roberta Cox



Roberta Cox



Pat Lee, Active Living Coordinator



Pat Lee, Active Living Coordinator; Joan




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Sheri Florizone


Regina Public Library

Greg Bridgeman, B.PAS, CEP, Coordinator - Exercise Therapy & Workplace
Wellness




Greg Bridgeman




Kim Sutherland

Lizabeth Nicholls; Linda Dodd




Darrell Lechman - Founder and Executive Director




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Charlotte Morrissette, Regina Public Interest Research Group




Christine Smith, Melissa Bendig




Dr. Mary Rucklos Hampton




Stacey Ursulescu; Christine Bilinski




Chris Smith




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Kiran Kashyap




Chad Reiss

Michelle Yaskowich




Kelly Weldon




Dr. Polo Diaz; Ms. Lorraine Nelson




Emma Wilson, Campbell Environmental Club




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Branimir Gjetvaj, President




Joe Milligan, Education Program Coordinator




Karen Arnason




Joanne Michael




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Gerry Rueker, Southern Artistic Coordinator




Kim Fellner




Stacey Keston, Outreach Services Coordinator




Rebecca Haugen, Mentoring Coordinator




Kayla Williamson, Program Coordinator




Four Directions Community Health Centre




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Kelly Reinhardt




Pat Godhe, Media campaign coordinator




Sandhya Padmanabh, Lasa Media Arts




Shannon Dyck, Vice President Student Issues




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University of Regina - Shamrock Energy Systems, Dr. Garth Pickard




Glenn Sutter, Royal Saskatchewan Museum




Glenn Sutter, Carla Ballman




Curt Schroeder, Wascana Green Group




Peta White




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Tracy Laverty, Citizens Inspiring Change (CIC) - Bedford Road Collegiate
Institute




Dr. James McNinch (Dean) or Dr. Garth Pickard




Sharla Scyrup, Janet McVittie




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Contact 1 Street Address                                          City                 Postal Code
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Population Health and    Saskatoon, SK        S7N 5E5
Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU), Royal University Hospital Room
2718


PO Box 1372                                                        Saskatoon, SK       S7K 3N9




PO Box 1372                                                        Saskatoon, SK       S7K 3N9


Saskatoon Light & Power, 322 Brand Road                            Saskatoon SK        S7K 0J5


RR 3, GS 303, Box 9                                                Saskatoon, SK       S7K 3J6

100-2nd Avenue N.E.                                                Moose Jaw, SK       S6H 1B8




Saskatchewan Population Health & Evaluation Research Unit,         Prince Albert, SK   S6V 7M3
University of Regina, Box 2830 - 1500 - 10th Avenue East, Woodland
Academic Centre



Meewasin Valley Authority, 402 3rd Avenue South                    Saskatoon, SK       S7K 3G5




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Box 444                                                         Craik, SK       S0G 0V0




Box 444                                                         Craik, SK       S0G 0V0




Box 444                                                         Craik, SK       S0G 0V0




Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, 952 Albert Street                   Regina, SK      S4R 2P7
YMCA Regina, 2400 13th Avenue                                   Regina, SK      S4P 0V9
279 - 3rd Ave N.                                                Saskatoon, SK   S7K 2H8

City of Regina, Regina Senior Citizens' Centre                  Regina, SK      n/a




Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, 2180 - 23rd Avenue             Regina, SK      S4S 0A5



Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, 2180 - 23rd Avenue             Regina, SK      S4S 0A5



Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, 2180 - 23rd Avenue             Regina, SK      S4S 0A5



Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, 2180 - 23rd Avenue             Regina, SK      S4S 0A5




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City of Regina, P.O. Box 1790                                      Regina, SK      S4P 3C8


Regina Public Library - All Locations                              Regina, SK      n/a

Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health & Research Center, Faculty of      Regina, SK      S4S 0A2
Kinesiology & Health Studies, University of Regina




Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health & Research Center, Faculty of      Regina, SK      S4S 0A2
Kinesiology & Health Studies, University of Regina




Café: 2400 13th Ave. Regina, SK                                    Regina, SK      n/a

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority, Suite 420 - 2365 Albert Street   Regina, SK      S4P 4K1




Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming Inc., 253 3rd Ave       Saskatoon, SK   S7K 1M3
South




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221 Dr. William Riddell Centre, University of Regina             Regina, SK   S4S 0A2




1431 Victoria Ave                                                Regina, SK   S4P 0P4




Luther College, 3737 Wascana Parkway                             Regina, SK   S4S 0A2




1431 Victoria Ave                                                Regina, SK   S4P 0P4




1431 Victoria Ave                                                Regina, SK   S4P 0P4




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Kahkewistah First Nation, P.O. Box 609                         Broadview, SK   S0G 0K0




Education Programming Coordinator, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina, SK     S4N 0A1
Powerhouse of Discovery, 2903 Powerhouse Drive
Prairie Conservation Action Plan, Box 4752                      Regina, SK     S4P 3Y4




University of Regina, 3737 Wascana Parkway                     Regina, SK      S4S 0A2




340 - 10 Research Drive, Research Park                         Regina, SK      S4S 0A2




Campbell Collegiate, 102 Massey Road                           Regina, SK      S4S 4M9




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Box 448, RPO University                                            Regina, SK            S7N 4J8




Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, 9 Lancaster Road                 Moose Jaw, SK         S6J 1M0




All Nations Healing Hospital                                       Fort Qu'Appelle, SK   n/a




Alzheimer Society Of Saskatchewan, Provincial Office, 301-2550-12th Regina, SK           S4P 3X1
Avenue




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2431 8th Avenue                                                   Regina, SK   S4R5J7




Transition House                                                  Regina, SK   n/a




YWCA Regina, 1940 McIntyre Street                                 Regina, SK   S4P 2R3




YWCA Big Sisters of Regina, 1940 McIntyre Street                  Regina, SK   S4P 2R3




Go Girls! Program Coordinator, YWCA Big Sisters of Regina, 1940   Regina, SK   S4P 2R3
McIntyre St.




Four Directions Community Health Centre, 3510-5th Avenue          Regina, SK   S4T0M2




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Box 283                                                         Craik, SK       S0G 0V0




P.O. Box 32066, RPO Victoria Square                             Regina, SK      S4N 7L2




Suite W-211, 2440 Broad St.                                     Regina, SK      S4P 4A1




University of Saskatchewan Students' Union, University of       Saskatoon, SK   n/a
Saskatchewan




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Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 3737 Wascana Parkway   Regina, SK   S4S 0A2




2340 Albert St                                                     Regina, SK   S4P 2V7




n/a                                                                n/a          n/a




SIAST, 4500 Wascana Parkway                                        Regina, SK   S4P 3A3




n/a                                                                n/a          n/a




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722 Bedford Road                                  Saskatoon, SK   S7L 0G2




3737 Wascana Parkway                              Regina, SK      S4S 0A2




28 Campus Drive                                   Saskatoon, SK   S7N 0X1




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Contact 1 Phone   Contact 1 email
306-966-2250      janice.michael@usask.ca




306-665-1915      melissas@environmentalsociety.ca




306-665-1915      melissas@environmentalsociety.ca


306-975-3045      kevin.hudson@saskatoon.ca


306-956-3110      info@organicconnections.ca

306-691-1562      dfer@fhhr.ca




306-953-5311      Janice.michael@usask.ca




306-665-6887      meewasin@meewasin.com




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306-734-7737   delzen_1@yahoo.com




306-734-7737   delzen_1@yahoo.com




306-734-7737   delzen_1@yahoo.com




306-585-1831   Gladys.Wasylenchuk@saskcancer.ca
306-757-9622   ymca@regina.ymca.ca
306-244-2124   heart.stroke@hsf.sk.ca

306-525-2154   JAMISH@regina.ca




306-766-6337   Roberta.cox@rqhealth.ca



306-766-6337   Roberta.cox@rqhealth.ca



306-766-6326   Pat.Lee@rqhealth.ca



306-766-6326   Pat.Lee@rqhealth.ca




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306-777-7000   sflorizone@regina.ca


306-777-6022   ksare@regina.ca

306-585-4066   Greg.Bridgeman@uregina.ca




306-585-4066   Greg.Bridgeman@uregina.ca




306-565-6206   streetculture@sasktel.net

306-787-5242   ProjectWET@swa.ca




n/a            scyapinc@gmail.com




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306-337-2420   charlotte@rpirg.org




n/a            ppr@accesscomm.ca




306-585-4045   mary.hampton@uregina.ca.




n/a            yeah.ppr@accesscomm.ca




n/a            ppr@accesscomm.ca




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306-696-3291     kirankashyap@sasktel.net




1-800-667-6300   creiss@sasksciencecentre.com

306-352-0472     pcap@sasktel.net




n/a              Kelly.Weldon@uregina.ca




306-585-4758     harry.diaz@uregina.ca




306-791-8380     eml.wilson@hotmail.com




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306-665-1915   president@saskatoonnaturesociety.sk.ca




306-692-8812   jmilligan@swf.sk.ca




306-332-2639   karnason@fhqtc.com




306-949-4141   info@alzheimer.sk.ca




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306-780-9442         info@commonweal-arts.com




306-757-2096 ext 227 thouse.outreach@gmail.com




306-525-2141         staceyk@ywca.regina.sk.ca




306-525-2141 ext. 123 rebeccah@ywca.regina.sk.ca




306-525-2131 ext. 113 kaylaw@ywca.regina.sk.ca




306-766-7540         n/a




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306-734-5160   Kelly@boilingfrog.ca




n/a            pat_godhe@hotmail.com




306-790-9001   mail@lasa.ca




306-966-6960   contactus@ussu.ca




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306-585-4529   garth.pickard@uregina.ca




n/a            glenn.sutter@gov.sk.ca




n/a            projectcoordinator@saskesd.ca




n/a            schroederc@siast.sk.ca




n/a            soeea.sk@gmail.com




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n/a            lavertyt@spsd.sk.ca




306-585-4880   james.mcninch@uregina.ca




n/a            janet.mcvittie@usask.ca




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                                                                                Farming and
                                                                                Local Food
Location of project (city/town)                                  Climate Change Production
Throughout Saskatchewan                                          No             No




Throughout Saskatchewan                                          Yes           Yes




Throughout Saskatchewan                                          Yes           No


Throughout Saskatchewan                                          Yes           Yes


Saskatoon                                                        Yes           Yes

Five Hills Health Region                                         No            No




Regina, Prince Albert and Saskatoon                              No            No




Saskatoon                                                        No            No




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Craik                                                           No   Yes




Craik                                                           No   No




Craik                                                           No   No




Regina and Saskatoon                                            No   No
Regina                                                          No   No
Saskatoon, Regina, throughout Saskatchewan                      No   No

Community centers (changes but usually at a community centre)   No   No




Regina, Community Centers                                       No   No



Regina-Individual Neighborhoods                                 No   No



Downtown Regina                                                 No   No



U of R-Education Auditorium and Rams Field                      No   No




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City Hall Forum and Siast Wascana Campus                          No    No


Regina                                                            No    No

The Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health and Research Centre, Regina   No    No




The Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health and Research Centre, Regina   No    No




Regina                                                            No    No

Regina                                                            Yes   No




Saskatoon                                                         No    No




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Regina                                                    Yes    Yes




Regina                                                    No     No




Saskatchewan                                              No     No




Regina and surrounding areas                              No     No




Regina                                                    No     No




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Kahkewistahaw First Nation                                     No     No




Saskatchewan Science Centre, Powerhouse of Discovery, 2903     Yes    Yes
Powerhouse Drive, Regina
Throughout Saskatchewan                                        No     Yes




Regina                                                         No     No




Regina; research throughout Great Plains                       Yes    Yes




Campbell Highschool, Regina                                    Yes    No




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Saskatoon                                                           No    No




Saskatchewan                                                        No    No




Neekaneet First Nation, Wood Mountain First Nation, Carry the Kettle No   No
First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Muscowpetung First Nation, Pasqua
First Nation, Standing Buffalo First Nation, Peepeekisis First Nation,
Okanese First Nation, Starblanket First Nation




Regina, Saskatoon, other towns via telehealth                       No    No




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Regina                                                    No     No




Regina                                                    No     No




Regina                                                    No     No




Regina and surrounding areas                              No     No




Regina                                                    No     No




Regina                                                    No     No




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Craik                                     Yes    Yes




Saskatchewan                              Yes    Yes




Saskatchewan                              Yes    Yes




Saskatoon                                 Yes    Yes




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Regina and Craik                                            Yes    Yes




Throughout Saskatchewan                                     Yes    Yes




Throughout Saskatchewan                                     Yes    Yes




At Saskatchewan SIAST campuses                              Yes    Yes




Throughout Saskatchewan                                     Yes    Yes




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Saskatoon                                               Yes    Yes




Regina                                                  Yes    Yes




Saskatoon, Ile a la Crosse                              Yes    Yes




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Health and   Reconnecting to
Healthy      Natural Prairie    Supporting and Sustainable
Lifestyles   Ecosystems         Bridging Culture Infrastructure
Yes          No                 No               No




Yes          Yes                No               Yes




Yes          No                 No               Yes


Yes          Yes                Yes              Yes


Yes          Yes                No               Yes

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Describe the project (200 words)
SPHERU for short, is an interdisciplinary population health research unit made up of researchers from the
University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina, with sites in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. We
promote health equity by understanding and addressing health disparities through policy relevant research. Our
research themes are Northern and Aboriginal Health, Healthy Children and Rural Health. We are funded by the
Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, with additional project specific funding from other health funding
Destination Conservation Saskatchewan (DCS) is an practical, student-driven, activity based program that brings
environmental education alive in our schools. Students, teachers, principals, custodians and parents all cooperate
in this program that helps students do real work for their school to identify conservation opportunities. A student
lead team initiates changes in consumption habits within their school community. The program focus is on saving
energy, conservig water and reducing waste.
Energy Awareness training is designed to help all occupants of a facility save energy at work, home and on the
move. All participants in the program will learn how to conserve energy and water and reduce waste production. A
5 to 10% energy savings can be achieved through occupant changes and awareness.
A series of ten posters are being developed to encourage K-12 students to consider careers in engineering &
geosciences. Related lesson plans are being developed and will be printed on the back of the posters. Posters
will be sent to 900 schools across the province.
Organic Connections is the leading organic conference on the Prairies featuring workshops, plenary and
concurrent sessions on Transition, Sustainability, Lifestyles and Farming.
Throughout Five Hills Health Region, Primary Health Care has been working with communities using a
participatory approach to engage community members to work towards improved health of the community. The
Expanded Chronic Care Model (Barr et al., 2002) and the social determinants of health are foundational models
for this work. Primary Health Care and Craik Sustainable Living Project (Health Sub-Committee - Social Pillar)
have partnered to impact and promote healthy lifestyles in Craik and Area communities. This work includes
awareness, education and actions to make healthy lifestyle choices easier for community members. Linking with
existing infrastructure in the community reduces extra meetings for community members, contributes to goals
that are meaningful to the community and provides an opportunity for the health region to better understand the
community.
The Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, SPHERU for short, is an interdisciplinary
population health research unit made up of researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and University of
Regina, with sites in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. We promote health equity by understanding and
addressing health disparities through policy relevant research. Our research themes are Northern and Aboriginal
Health, Healthy Children and Rural Health. We are funded by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation,
with additional project specific funding from other health funding agencies. www.spheru.ca
Created in 1979 by an Act of the Province of Saskatchewan, Meewasin is a conservation agency dedicated to
conserving the cultural and natural resources of the South Saskatchewan River VAlley. It is the means by which
the three participating parties, the City of Saskatoon, the University of Saskatchewan and the Province of
Saskatchewan have chosen to manage the Meewasin Valley.
The creation of the Meewasin Valley Authority was based on the concept thtat the partners working together
through a single agency-Meewasin-could accomplish more than they could individually.
Meewasin's jurisdiction centers in Saskatoon and runs approximatley 60 km along the river through Saskatoon
and Corman Park from Pike Lake in the southwest to Clarke's Crossing in the northeast. It encompasses
conservation areas, parks, museums, interpretitive centres, the university lands, canoe launches, community
links and over 60 km of Meewasin Trail. Including the South Saskatchewan River, there are over 25 square miles




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The objective of this initiative is to increase opportunities to learn about and enjoy accessible, nutritious and safe
food produced locally and available to consumers within the community. The Craik Sustainable Living Project
(CSLP) Health Committee has taken the lead on developing several act geared to this objective and are in
various stages of implementation. These act include establishment of a resource collection in the local branch of
the Palliser Regional Library featuring health-related titles, an 'Eat Local Challenge', a series of workshops on
small-scale greenhouse construction, a 2008 Earth Day Film Festival and development of partnerships with
Moose Jaw's South Central Food Network and the Saskatchewan Organic Directorate (SOD) Food Miles
The objective of the Promoting Physical Activity initiative is to increase opportunities for all ages to participate in
fun, regular and safe physical activities. The development of the initiative grew out of a partnership with the Five
Hills Health Region and its primary health care collaborative which for the Craik region is focused on coronary
artery disease and type 2 diabetes. Examples of specific activities which have been offered and completed as of
Feb., 2008 include a Hawaii Here We Come physical activity challenge in conjunction with the Eyebrow
community and a Winter Family Fun Day. In the spring of 2007, a walking club was formed (the Craik Walkers)
and continues to promote a regular walking program in the community. As well, in the spring of 2008, a
The objective of this initiative for implementation in the spring of 2008, is to reduce the degree to which
community residents are subjected to environmental pollutants which pose health risks. The initiative currently
has two parts. One of these is an anti-idling campaign whereby several specific anti-idling zones will be
established within the Town of Craik and informational pamphlets will be made readily available. Secondly, a
cosmetic pesticide reduction program will feature a community educational seminar on alternatives to pesticides
as well as the distribution of relevant literature and other materials made available by the Canadian Cancer
Society, the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and the Saskatchewan Network for Alternatives to Pesticides
Awareness about cervical cancer and reminder about a pap test.
Numerous projects related to health and healthy lifestyles.
Health and healthy living -see website -
http://www.heartandstroke.sk.ca/site/c.inKMILNlEmG/b.3657435/k.9525/Healthy_Living.htm
This program occurs every year, each year it attempts to educate seniors on what activities are available to help
them stay active. This program is free and educates seniors on how they can be physically active and improve
their strength in an attempt to reduce falls and injuries. This year the activities included brain gym, introduction to
strength training equipment , spinning (on a stationary bike), nordic pole walking , aquacize ,container gardening
and walking opportunities in our community including art and heritage walks, the pathway system and a
This will help educate the public on how easy and accessible physical activity can be. It is designed to help
Canadians take the first step towards regular physical activity. It is an effort to encourage people to participate in
at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day of the week. This can include going for a walk, gardening, riding a
bike or joining a sports team (there are so many options to choose from!!).
This focuses on educating and raising awareness that P.A. is not only an individual responsibility, it is also a
communal responsibility that must be realized in order to build healthy and sustainable communities. Take your
partner, children, neighbors and pets and walk or wheel around the block, in your neighborhood. It's as simple as
that. No fundraising, no special equipment, no sign-up sheets.
Focus is on getting people walking and being active, while educating them. Utilizes education as a means to
becoming physically active.
Note: This program is in the process of being revived, so it will take time to get it going again.

Silken's key message is designed to inspire people into action, to communicate the power of play, and to
challenge our fear based, no-risk approach to parenting. There is no charge for this event and no pre-registration
is required. It is geared towards education of parents, guardians, educators, administrators and staff of daycares,
preschools and pre-Ks; anyone interested in the health of young children.
PIP builds on Silken's key message for educators and staff of daycares, preschools and pre-Ks. It was hands on
experiential educational session for the target population. Resources such as LEAP workshops and information
packages are also available for individuals wanting to learn more.
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Encourages individuals to find alternative modes of commuting to and from work. This particular event aims at
educating individuals on how to cycle around town safely. It focuses on topics such as proper helmet fitting, bike
maintenance, how to keep bikes secure, teaches safe cycling routes and new road skills.
Regina Public Library in partnership with RIM will offer pedometers for library patrons until the end of September.
Pedometers count and record steps, helping individuals reach their goal of 10,000 steps a day for health benefits.
The clinic utilizes the most advanced assessment and therapeutic tools in the provision of evidence based
musculoskeletal rehabilitation and conditioning. The partnership with the University of Regina Physiotherapy
Centre and all other AHC health care professionals has proven to be very beneficial to the clients of the Schwann
Centre.
Our team of Certified Exercise Physiologist's provides confidential health and fitness services to the general
public and those with general medical conditions such as arthritis and obesity, sports injuries, work injuries, and
motor vehicle injuries. Services are flexible and appropriate for all individuals who may or may not have an
existing chronic musculoskeletal or medical condition.
Health and fitness services include:
- Health and Fitness Consultations (tailored to each individual's current lifestyle, goals and injury, if applicable.
- Personal Training (program development and individual instruction)
- Supervised Membership (program monitoring, exercise technique feedback and progressions)
- Cybex Assessment and Training
We take great pride in our emphasis on posture and exercise technique, and empowering our clients through the
The Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health and Research Centre, in collaboration with the Regina Qu'Appelle Health
Region, offers Regina and neighbouring communities the Cardiac Rehabilitation program. The Cardiac
Rehabilitation program aids those who have had or are at risk for developing a cardiac event and wish to restore
their physical, emotional, and mental health and assist with lifestyle modification to enhance a better their quality
of life. It is an individually designed and scientifically proven medically supervised program.
The Saskatchewan Blue Cross Chronic Disease Management and Risk Reduction Program. This program is
designed to provide those who have a chronic disease or have two or more risk factors for heart disease, with a
program to improve their health and lifestyle choices. It will increase your understanding of your illness and allow
you to begin an exercise regime and make it a part of your life.
Skills Development & Personal Support programming for youth to age 29 at ~10 off site locations including
schools, community centers and misc. programming sites
Project WET is a fun, hands-on, activity based instructional program about water, which supplements the K-12
core curricula in science, social studies, language arts, math, art, wellness and physical education. The project is
field-tested and appropriate for multi-ethnic and multi-level classrooms, and is recommended by the
Saskatchewan Ministry of Education for the core science grades 1-10, biology 20 and 30, and chemistry 30. The
515 page Project WET Activity Guide contains 91 complete lesson plans and student activity sheets with topics
that include:
- Human health, such as safe drinking water
- Weather, drought, floods
- Current water issues such as water conservation and climate change
- Water use and management strategies
- Water in the social and cultural context
- Ground and surface water
Project WET activity guides are available to educators through five-hour certification workshops delivered by
Urban Canvas Project is a Monday to Friday arts skills and personal development training program for youth at
risk, ages 16 to 30. The project consists of practical experience and public art portfolio building obtained through
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The Regina Public Interest Research Group (RPIRG) hosted a one day event for students and community
members to learn and participate in discussions on issues of public interest. The issues discussed this year
included: provincial politics and student/voting apathy (this was a highlight because the provincial election was
happening shortly after the event. Note that we brought in a professor to speak, and also an aboriginal politically
active community member as well), Saskatchewan Tar Sands (educating people on the effects of oil and tar
sands that are coming to saskatchewan), Aboriginal issues within post-secondary education (unfortunately our
speaker was sick and unable to make it), Videos (we showed films about Nuclear power, mulitculturalism and
discrimination), Queer theory (the executive director of GBLUR spoke about the "economics of hate and
happiness" as it relates to gay and lesbian issues, university education and student apathy (we discussed what
university is, used to be, should be...etc). We had different student groups tabling the event and providing
This after-school and summer camp is designed to provide a space of support and empowerment for girls aged
11 to 13. At the after-school program (facilitated at four community schools) and summer camp, the young adult
women facilitators lead activities and discussions about various topics. These topics include, but are not limited
to: healthy relationships, assertiveness, body awareness and puberty, community activism, media and body
image, decision-making, and boundaries and safety. These activities and discussions provide opportunities for
youth participants to develop healthy decision-making skills, leadership skills, self-esteem, and self-awareness.
In order to educate health-care providers about culturally appropriate end of life care for Aboriginal families, we
interviewed Saskatchewan Elders, asking them to share their experiences and beliefs about death and dying in
the Aboriginal world. From those interviews, this project has developed curriculum that can be delivered to health
care providers within the bounded context of our Health District. This curriculum includes information about
culturally sensitive and appropriate protocol for Aboriginal families. Curriculum consists of a video ("Completing
the Circle: End of Life Care with Aboriginal Families"), PowerPoint presentation, and lecture material. Fact sheets
describing key messages about appropriate cultural protocol when delivering end of life care to Aboriginal families
are distributed to those who attend presentations as well as widely distributed to health care and service providers
in hospitals and community agencies.
Fact sheets of available services have been prepared for easy distribution to Aboriginal individuals, families, and
Statistics have shown that Saskatchewan has the highest chlamydia rate of all provinces in Canada. As well,
Saskatchewan has the second highest rate of teen pregnancy. Therefore, Planned Parenthood Regina was
created in order to provide youth-focused sexual health services. As part of these sexual health services, Youth
Outreach Educators visit schools, youth care facilities, and other community locations where they present
information about prevention of unplanned pregnancies, birth control, Sexually Transmitted Infections, safer sex
practices, delaying sexual activity and Planned Parenthood Regina's clinical services. Using humour and
interactive presentations, Youth Outreach Educators provide judgement-free sexual health information and refer
youth to youth-appropriate health care services. Organizations interested in booking presentations contact
Statistics have shown that Saskatchewan has the highest chlamydia rate of all provinces in Canada. Therefore,
Planned Parenthood used funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada to produced their 'STI Awareness
Campaign'. Their campaign uses a combination of humour and directness on billboards, buses and bathroom
advertisements around Regina. The major goal was to educate people that Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are often
visually undetectable and that often the only way to find out if one is infected is to get tested. Another goal was to
inform people that the testing for these STIs is no longer invasive. The testing procedure is at the heart of our
campaign slogan: 'Get informed. Get tested. It's as easy as 1-2-Pee.' (Our thanks to PP Toronto for sharing
portions of the slogan with us.)
In addition, we wanted to create something that could be used province-wide. Thus, the making of a 'youth
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As a part of the Sustainable Tools for Youth, the The Task At Hand is a theatre project focused on developing
and training young adults to experience the making and creating of a new theatre piece with a social issue, Fetal
Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, with the professional guidance of theatre professionals. The project was initiated by
the Kahkewistahaw Health Center,
The young theatre company met two to three times a week for thirteen weeks spending over 75 hours of
creation/studio time with the professional artists. Outside rehearsal requirements included research, fleshing out
character development, and memorizing text and movement. Easily these students committed to a 100 hours of
work. The Task at Hand facilitated learning about this disability that is completely preventatable and brought that
message to their communities. Through these young adults' involvement in this project, they have developed of
their leadership skills and ability to work in a team environment. This project is only one small part of the overall
health initiative. Other aspects of this program include cultural camps, which provide an intergenerational link in
Saskatchewan is wild! Compete in a series of hands-on environmental games and puzzles all about
Saskatchewan. Test your team's skill at biodiversity, ecosystems, food chains, webs and pyramids. Your school
Eco-X is unique in Canada as it brings together diverse conservation and agricultural partners with the common
message that clean water & healthy grasslands are good for wildlife, livestock, people & the land. Eco-X is
targeted to Grade 1 to 6 students attending rural elementary schools within Saskatchewan's Prairie Ecozone,
where significant areas of native prairie remain. The Eco-X program was developed initially by Parks Canada's
Grasslands National Park in 1999 to reach students that would be taking over as the land managers for their
family operation, and to show support & increase the students' awareness about the importance of the land
manager's relationship with native prairie and species at risk. PCAP took over as the main lead in 2000 and
since then has reached 11,445 Grade K-6 students at 161 schools. Eco-X features almost a full day of fun,
interactive games, skits and songs on native prairie, species at risk and riparian stewardship including the same
activities delivered through the Owls & Cows Tour (Cows, Fish, Cattle Dogs and Kids Game Show, Owls On Tour
The U of R's Wellness Group is an initiative to promote wellness among U of R faculty and staff. The Wellness
Group is a partnership between Human Resources and the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies with
representation from other areas on campus. The U of R Wellness group defines wellness as embracing the
seven dimensions of well being (physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, emotional, environmental and financial) into
a quality of living. It is about striving to live life to the fullest and maximizing your personal potential. Through the
Wellness groups' interactive website, readers can learn about the seven aspects of wellness and on-campus
services that deal with these aspects. Also, the Wellness group hosts events and challenges (such as Wellness
Wednesdays and Holiday Calendar Challenge) that educate U of R faculty and staff about different aspects of
wellness as well as promote wellness. Wellness Wednesday activities range from walking the Fitness and
Lifestyle Centre track (and touring the U of R Fitness and Lifestyle Centre) to Lunch and Learns. As well, the
The Canadian Plains Research Center, established in 1973, is the longest-serving research institute at the
University of Regina with a initiate, undertake, encourage, support, and publish scholarly research on all aspects
of prairie life, including its history, resources, land, and people. It does so through contributing to the development
of a broad community of scholars of the region using interdisciplinary approaches that initiate and support
scholarly research on all aspects of prairie life.
CPRC's mandate is served by its programs for inter-disciplinary research, scholarly publications, graduate
(Masters and PhD) studies, research fellowships, and its lecture / conference / workshop series. Our aims are to
foster an understanding and appreciation of the Canadian Plains region, develop a community of people studying
the region, study and help solve problems of the region, its people and its resources, provide services to prairie
[excerpt from leaderpost article]
"We invited a whole bunch of groups from around Saskatchewan that have been involved in actions towards
sustaining the environment," said Kaitlyn Hughes, a Grade 12 student and member of the environmental club.
"There are also groups here that sell environmental products that help to eliminate pollution or conserve energy."
More than 35 booths were set up throughout the Campbell hallways and gymnasium. The fair ran for the duration
of the day and the majority of students were given time to peruse the displays.
Presentations were also made in the Campbell auditorium about environmental issues relevant to high school
students. RCE climate change student researcher Billy Patterson spoke to about 300 grade nine students
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The Saskatoon Nature Society, a charitable organization founded in 1955, brings together those interested in the
natural world. Our objective is to promote the appreciation of nature and encourage a deeper knowledge of it
through observation and sharing of experience. Our society supports nature conservation projects in the
Saskatoon area and is an active advocate for the preservation of plant and animal habitats. We hold monthly
meetings from September to April with talks, films and slide presentations on topics related to nature. We
organize frequent field trips, where we provide opportunities to observe birds, mammals, insects and plants in the
company of other naturalists. Three or more guided field trips are held each month in spring, summer and fall with
occasional trips in winter. Visit our web site for a description of presentation topics and field trip schedule. We are
stewards of the Saskatoon Natural Grasslands and Peturrson's Ravine, areas under the jurisdiction of the
Meewasin Valley Authority. For our Young Naturalists' Program, we collaborate with the Saskatoon Zoo Society to
The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation's Wonders of Wildlife manual provides outdoor enthusiast with the tools to
share their knowledge, special skills, or the love of a sport or hobby with youth. Mentoring is one of the ways to
really have an impact on the attitudes and development of young people. The original purpose of Wonders of
Wildlife was to encourage SWF branches and youth volunteers to get branch youth groups started and provide
some activities that can be used within the groups.
The program is divided into 5 main areas: Fishing and Aquatics, Hunting and Trapping, Conservation, Wildlife
and Outdoor Appreciation, Outdoor Skills, and Winter Activities. Each program area contains activities for three
levels: Junior (ages 7-9), Intermediate (ages 10-12), and Senior (ages 13-15+). The program is designed so that
youth can join in the program at any time, and at any age level. The older members may wish to take on
leadership roles, and this often helps to retain their enthusiasm for the program. Developing a youth program
does not have to be difficult. Leaders and mentors should use their own strengths and contacts, keeping in mind
the interests of the kids, to bring the program alive and active. Another important thing to remember is to get the
File-Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Health Services goals are:
- To communicate regularly, accountably, clearly and consistently on all matters
   affecting our mutual clients.
- To deliver well planned and implemented health services that is strengthened and enhanced wherever possible.
- To pro-actively undertake health promotion and education activities that support healthy lifestyles.
-To participate in networking, and sharing activities which support human resource development, peer to peer
and program advancement, and strategic learning through the Community Health Services Committee.
The Health Education and Promotion Programs and services include: HIV/AIDS Education, Hep C, and Sexually
Transmitted Infections education; FASD Education and Support; Healthy Communities: Healthy Youth Programs:
40 Developmental Assets, Bully Prevention, Drama Project; Girls on the Move / Boys on the Move After School
Programs; Grandfathers of Tradition and Grandmothers of Tradition Program; Communication Skills and
Essential Living Skills (Life Skills Programming); Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM); ASIST/Safe
Next Steps
Five-week series for the person who has Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and a care partner. Different
aspects of living with memory loss are discussed.
Next Steps for Families and Friends
Five-week learning series for families and friends of people affected by Alzheimer's disease or a related
dementia. The series offers provides strategies and approaches to caregiving, based on knowledge of
Alzheimer's disease and its effect on the person.
Care Essentials
Five-week learning series designed for family members and friends who are caring for someone in the middle
stages of Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.
Options for Care
Three-week learning series is for friends and family members of persons who are in the later stages of the
disease and may be requiring increased care.
Care in the Later Stages
Three-week learning series for family caregivers of persons who are in the later stages of the disease and may be
living in long-term care. It discusses quality of life at the end of life for persons with dementia and provides an
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Over the summer of 2008, Common Weal hosted this project at the Albert Scott Community Centre. The project
invited multi-cultural organizations, community members and various artists to explore issues related to violence
against women and families. The project artistically explored the ideas behind the four areas of the Medicine
Wheel, Circle of Courage and the Perceptual Control theory, which include: independence, generosity, belonging
and self power. Through these workshops, the outcomes and learning experiences were brought together to
create a visual resource manuals for schools, organizations, victims and others to visually empower, educate and
bring awareness to the prevalent issue of women, violence and multiculturalism
Educators and artists worked with participants twice a week on different art projects ranging from voice, beading
and fabric work. Each week had a different theme that was discussed and collaborated into the participant's
artwork. The community in which this project addressed includes: women, their partners, families, children,
anyone affected by violence in their life and those community members who want to take an active and cultural
Transition House Bridges of Hope Outreach Program provides ongoing contact to women from the time of their
departure from the Transition House shelter to becoming involved with ongoing services in the community.
Participation in the Outreach Program is voluntary. The Outreach Coordinator will works with women to develop
an individualized outreach plan. Outreach can help women with goal setting, safety planning and partner violence
education, finding safe and affordable housing, meeting basic needs, advocacy, and connecting with resources
Outreach Services are available to all women who are currently residing at the IJS and also to those women who
have moved on. The primary goal of the IJS Outreach Program is to offer women support during their shelter
stay and ongoing support through their transition back into the community. Our aim is to support each individual
woman in regaining her independence, confidence, safety, and a healthy lifestyle that is free of violence and
abuse. The Outreach Service Program also aims to empower each woman through education and the
acquisition of knowledge on the dynamics of abuse, family violence, and violence in our communities.
Outreach Services are tailored to the individual needs and wishes of each client. Services include, but are not
exclusive to: Programs, Individual Ongoing Support (during and after shelter stay), Goal Setting, Planning,
Support with finding and attaining safe housing, Safety Planning, Referrals, Follow-up (Phone call, Home Visit,
YWCA Visit, etc.), Advocacy, Education on abuse, Support with education, skill development, and employment,
Social Support, Support with life skills, Facilitate resources for Addiction Recovery and Trauma Recovery.
YWCA Big Sisters of Regina is a non-profit organization committed to serving boys and girls between the ages of
six and sixteen. Little Sisters and Brothers are matched with a 'Big Sister'“ a woman from the community who
volunteers to support, encourage and befriend a child in need of a positive role-model. The program offers one-
to-one mentorship as well as group mentorship for children and youth who would benefit from a relationship with
a strong female role model. The Mentoring Coordinator involves the Big Sister, the child and the parent(s) in an
ongoing evaluation to ensure a successful relationship. Big Sisters Regina also offers bi-weekly recreational
Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds is a mentoring program designed to encourage physical activity, healthy
eating and positive self-image among girls ages 12 to 14. Go Girls! matches groups of girls in grades 7 and 8 with
women aged 18 to 25 who act as their mentors. The Mentors develop relationships with the girls and lead them
through a process of positive self-reflection. They act as role models as girls build their self-confidence and their
knowledge about healthy lifestyles. Go Girls! is a 7 week that takes place during school, after school, or at
lunchtime. The sessions were developed by the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association, University of
Toronto Centre for Girls and Women's Health and Physical Activity and the Nutrition Resource Centre. Each
session plan equips Mentors to guide the girls through activities and discussions on a certain theme. Overall, the
aim for the girls is a balanced approach to health and confidence about who they are on the inside and on the
Four Directions is located in North-Central Regina promotes individual, family and community health and
wellness. It provides healing, inclusive of all people, honouring individual uniqueness, meeting community needs
through the use of the Medicine Wheel and holistic practices to help people get, and stay, healthy. Involvement
of community Elders, residents and staff have brought a distinct Aboriginal character to the Four Directions
Community Health Centre. Four Directions offers primary health care, addictions services, prenatal programming,
programming for families, programming for children and food security programs. Many of the programs have an
educational aspect to them. For instance, the prenatal programming includes prenatal classes as well as the




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The first annual Earth Day Film Festival (EDFF) took place in Craik, Saskatchewan on April 25 – 27, 2008. It was
inspired and proposed by Kelly Reinhardt and Bridget Haworth of boilingfrog.ca, and heartily supported by the
Craik Sustainable Living Project (CSLP). The festival is committed to raising awareness and taking action on
environmental issues. Besides showcasing six eco-films, the EDFF provided dynamic discussions, a networking
fair, and workshop. The films were very well received - inspiring and motivating festival goers to become more
active in environmental and local food issues. The EDFF and the CSLP provided nutritious and delicious meals
from local food - eating local makes a huge positive contribution to the environment while strengthening our
health, social connections and local economies. The workshop – “Eating Local, Going Organic” was hosted by
Amy Jo Ehman. People at the workshop shared their experiences in acquiring local and/or organic food, and
discussing any obstacles and opportunities found along the way. 32 different organizations, artists, healers and
The Saskatchewan Organic Directorate, (SOD) has begun a campaign, the FMC, with the following components:
- to establish possibilities for institutional procurement of local and regional organic food
- to create an online data base to connect producers and consumers
- to create online curriculum resource materials for K-12 and for citizens generally, to educate about organic
agriculture and its potential for health and wellbeing within and among each of the pillars of sustainable
development
- to create a series of films about the Back to the Farm Research Foundation (BFRF) and its founder Elmer Laird,
an organic pioneer
- to establish a media campaign that encourages Saskatchewan citizens to use more local and Saskatchewan
organic products as parts of their daily diets
A key aspect of the concept “food miles” is that the term refers to foods generally, and not only to certified organic
and transitioning producers. The steering committee felt it important that activities of the FMC be inclusive of
natural producers as well. Thus, although the primary focus is Saskatchewan organics, the logo developed also
Green Life: Learning to Live with the World is a six episode documentary television series that explores the
emergence of Saskatchewan's forward looking environmental attitudes, how we are making informed choices
that will leave our world stronger and healthier for future generations, and how we are moving towards
sustainability by thinking globally, planning regionally and acting locally. Green Life was envisioned, developed,
shot and produced in Saskatchewan and was launched in October 2008. The first episode aired on SCN on
October 16th and the series is continuing to air on SCN. The Sask ESD Network is the advisory board for Green
Life. Sask ESD Network has plans to produce a teacher resource package, as well as exploring options for an
educational companion website. The series showcases over 45 people from Saskatchewan who have embraced
sustainable development. Now, more than ever, people are recognizing that our world and its resources are finite.
At the same time we are starting to do more to ensure that the world we live in is a healthy, sustainable one.
Green Yourself Week was a great way to learn what to do in your day-to-day life to decrease your ecological
footprint. When it comes to living sustainably, many people ask, "What can I do?"; this was an opportunity to find
out. There were information booths with campus clubs and local organizations/businesses, a nuclear debate with
Gordon Edwards and Duane Bratt, a Ways to Green Yourself presentation, a bike workshop, a vermi-composting
and rooftop gardening workshop, a green buildings presentation, a One Million Acts of Green kick-off,
appearances by Severn Suzuki and Brendan Brazier, a „mugging‟ (as part of a reusable mug campaign), and two
film nights. The content of the week touched on all 6 of the RCE themes, and respect, responsibility, and equity
all came up as qualities that should set the standards we live up to.This week was about education, but also
empowerment. People are more willing to pursue things when they feel their contribution matters. This means
informing people that their participation, actions and words really matter and will lead to a greater, more




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The Re-engineering Education for Sustainability (RESI) is a long term initiative that is designed to engage all
formal, non-formal and even informal education practice, public awareness, and training programs that will
contribute in ways to address sustainability. The RESI is a developmental initiative with integral and
complementary phases. At the post-secondary level, Phase One of the RESI will focus on research and training
related to alternative energy technologies and education. Phase One establishes two Regional Laboratory
Centres (RLC) to facilitate research, educational training and program development related to sustainable
development initiatives. Phase One of the RESI includes the establishment of an urban and a rural
Research Laboratory Centre (RLC).The purpose of the RESI – RLCs allow for the:
Demonstration of new technology or adapted technology in a rural and urban setting;
Demonstration of the commercial feasibility of the technologies;
Research and training in the use of the technologies and provide in concert with industry, SIAST, and the two
provincial Universities;
Development of standard business practice and funding arrangements to accelerate the process of communities
adopting the demonstrated technologies to their use; and,
The Youth Forum on Sustainability, hosted by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in partnership with the University
of Regina and Learning for a Sustainable Future from 2004-2007, is a process that supports high school students
and help them become empowered to take action to create more sustainable communities. Catalyzed by three
conference days spread over a ten-month period, the Forum brings together teachers, students and community
partners to participate in workshops focusing on exploring local sustainability issues and action planning. School
Action Teams (usually two teachers and five students from each participating school class or extracurricular club)
develop and implement their action plans with the assistance of community partners. One primary goal of such a
process is to shift the responsibility for choosing, planning and implementing action projects to the youth, with the
teachers‟ and community members taking on the role of facilitators, supporters and “sparring partners.”
The purpose of the Network is to bring educators into an action framework that will facilitate networking and
partnership, sharing of practical tools and activities, and strong collective communications messages. The
ultimate objective is to create awareness, understanding, and action on locally and global sustainability issues.
The goals of the Sask ESD Network are:
• To foster public education and awareness of sustainable development; To build partners within Saskatchewan
and beyond to further ESD; To integrate sustainability into formal education; To support sustainable development
The SIAST Green Group Initiative started with a small group of dedicated individuals at the SIAST Wascana
campus in Regina, who, in the 2005-06 academic year, called a meeting of interested people on campus to form
a green group. The purpose of this group was to green the workplace or learning space, depending on whether
you were an employee or a student. At about the same time SIAST started offering a new internal funding
program environment that “encourages people [at SIAST] to share and learn, gives everyone a voice, looks at
ways to do things better and continues to grow and change”. Building on prior successes, each campus, with their
own unique collection of academic programs, will engage students, staff and faculty
in advancing their understanding of the principles of sustainability.
SOEEA‟s mission reads: The purpose of the Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association is
to foster the growth of outdoor recreation and environmental education by providing and facilitating learning
opportunities involving the natural and built environments.
SOEEA‟s goals are as follows:
1. To increase the profile of outdoor recreation and environmental education in Saskatchewan; 2. To develop and
promote outdoor recreation and environmental education resources; 3. To provide personal and professional
development in outdoor recreation and environmental education; 4. To play an active role in providing
environmental education opportunities to the public; 5. To become active, informed and effective participants in
environmental decision making; 6. To develop partnerships with others who have common interests in, and
responsibilities for, managing natural resource use.; 7. To foster environmental stewardship in our communities,
in our professions and with our partners; 8. To help individuals and families develop sustainable outdoor




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The project is targeted at high school students from Saskatoon Public and Saskatoon Catholic schools systems.
It came about as a result of the youth forum held last year at the College where both teachers, Ms. Tracy Laverty
and Ms. Sheelah McLean attended with their previous classes. This year, Bedford Road Collegiate has a new
integrated program where Sheelah and Tracy team teach ELA30, History 30 and Global Citizenship 30. The
Citizens Inspiring Change students were inspired by last year‟s class at Bedford and now they want to adopt a
social action project that will involve themselves every step of the way in organizing and executing a sustainability
conference. The purpose of this project is to educate Saskatoon high school students by raising awareness in
three areas: social, environmental and economic sustainability, by promoting action within schools and allowing
students to gain a new perspective on some of these issues. The first day will consist of educational trade show
and meet and greet, where students will interact with guest speakers and liaisons from various humanitarian
organizations in an informal setting that afternoon. Day two will be a full day event where students will have the
Specifically the two projects of “Moving from Awareness to Action” focus on:
a) Helping and supporting the Faculty of Education in becoming aware of their role with ESD and teacher
education in all of the undergraduate courses. b) Building capacity through the several hundred pre-service
teachers that are now in the field as professional teachers incorporating the skills and resources learned through
the Train the Trainer workshops. Recently a presentation was delivered to all EPS 100 pre-service teachers
specifically on their personal and professional role with sustainability and education. c) Specific results on the
“Train the Trainer Model” of workshops and research can be viewed by visiting the Environment Canada website
and viewing: “Review of the Effectiveness of Workshops for Educators on Climate Change: Final Report”
(September 2007) (POR Number 045-07) by Lyle A. Benko. Also the research and further focus on ESD was
published in a chapter titled: Education for Sustainable
Development: Chapter 7 published by Municipal World (2008) in their book: “Stepping up to the Climate Change
Youth Forum 2008 was a three-parted forum where students from across the city and outside of Saskatoon had
an opportunity to come together at the College of Education, University of
Saskatchewan. This particular youth forum came about as a result of observing students in Regina attending a
youth forum the previous year and the hope that Saskatoon students could be offered the same opportunity.
Youth Forum 2008 was a result of being able with funds granted from the Green Initiatives Fund with the Ministry
of Environment to empower youth to make positive change in their communities. Youth had many opportunities to
interact with students from other schools and develop partnerships with presenters from many governmental and
non-governmental organizations on topics addressing pillars of sustainability. The conference culminated with the
youth in attendance presenting their action projects for sustainable development in a way that enhanced their
project and created comfort for the students engaged in the presentation. The students really enjoyed hearing
about the triumphs and difficulties other students had with their projects and it was a great celebration of their




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Describe the timing of your project (date and length of time the
Ongoing




Three year program, incorporating new schools every school year.




Flexible two-hour seminar, and has been available since Spring 2007


2008 January through 2009 March


Biennial Conference

Ongoing




Ongoing




Ongoing




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Ongoing




Ongoing




Ongoing




Ongoing
Ongoing
Ongoing

Ongoing




Ongoing



Ongoing



Ongoing



Started in 2008




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Ongoing


Ongoing

Ongoing




Ongoing




Ongoing

Ongoing




The project is 35 weeks in length. It runs week days 10 to 5:30.




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The event was on September 22nd, 2008 and began at 10:00am and
ran until 7:30pm. There were guest speakers every 1-2 hours, along
with films and audio clips.




September to June (after-school) and July (all day, four days a week).




2006-2009 (applying for grant renewal to extend the length of project)




Ongoing




Ongoing




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The Kahkewistahaw First Nation initiated a youth-based health program
approximately ten years ago. Training for this particular project began
January 23, 2007 and ended April 25, 2007




During the school year

During the school year




Ongoing




Ongoing




24-Apr-08




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Ongoing




Ongoing




Varies




Varies




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Summer 2008




Ongoing




Since August 2008, will continue on into the future




Ongoing




7 weeks long each session. During the school year.




Ongoing




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25-27 April 2008




Started 2008; ongoing




Ongoing




20-24 October, 2008




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Year-round




2004-2007; 2008 and on led by other agencies




Year-round




Year-round




Year-round




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November 20-21 1008




Ongoing




February 8, 28 and May 14 2008




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Describe the educational component (informal-awareness, professi
Has a graduate training program 'Community and Population Health Research Training Program', see cphr.ca




DCS provides activities and resources that support the Saskatchewan curriculum. Science, social studies and
health curricula are well supported by DCS resources, as well as industrial design, finance and housing.



Informal- awareness


The posters are designed to increase awareness. Lesson plans are curriculum related for formal school
education.

A complete Transition workshop will be held in conjunciton with the conference. Advanced Agronomic workshop
if offered, all sessions will cover information that is of vlaue to organic and transitioning producers.
as per information




Based at U of S and U of R. Has a graduate training program Community and Population Health Research
Training Program, see cphr.ca




as described above




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The educational component of the Local Food Production and Consumption initiative rests in the informal sphere
specifically at the awareness level. The activities are all intended to provide a level of education that would
presumably motivate individuals to make more informed choices about the production and consumption of food in
the context of personal health and the local economy.



Because the activities engage participants in physical activity, the educational component would be of the
informal type, that is, learning about the role physical activity can play in personal health both physical and mental
through participation in the activities themselves.




The initiative described above will fall into the informal category as the specific programs will be geared to raising
the awareness of citizens to the health risks of environmental pollutants and to various approaches geared to
reducing these risks through behavior modification.




Awareness-mail out letter
Informal, formal, awareness, community building
Formal, informal programs. see website

informal awareness




Informal/formal awareness



awareness, informal



awareness education



informal education awareness




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informal-awareness


informal education, awareness

informal,formal




informal,formal




formal, informal

Formal - K-12 School instructional program, information available at www.swa.ca




intensive art skills development comparable to first year university.




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The education was provided in a lecture-style format for most of the presentations. This would qualify as a formal-
school type of education. Some well documented research was thoroughly provided and explained through slide
shows, lectures and discussions.




Informal awareness




Informal-professional training and awareness




Informal-awareness




informal awareness




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Informal-awareness and formal-schools




The WILD! Saskatchewan classroom is an ideal location for teachers to bring to life student learnings.

The Eco-Extravaganza brings together up to 8 agricultural and conservation groups including Agriculture and Agri-
Food Canada (AAFC-PFRA), Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), Nature Saskatchewan (NS), Parks Canada's
Grasslands National Park (PC-GNP), Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre (SBOIC), and
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority (SWA) to deliver programs on prairie conservation and management to
Grade K to 6 students in rural schools across the Prairie Ecozone. We use fun, interactive games, skits and
songs on prairie conservation and management to accomplish our goals. Some of the programs that we offer are
coordinated with curricula in Saskatchewan (e.g. Macro-Invertebrate Mayhem from Project Wet)



informal-awareness




The Centre offers a graduate program for masters and PhD students facilitating trans-disciplinary research on
topics relevant to the Great Plains. In addition, the Centre specializes in publishing scholarly titles about life on
the prairies, including Prairie Forum, a multidisciplinary journal for research in the Plains.




Engaging highschool students and community on a variety of sustainability issues.




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Field trips, Young Naturalist Program, monthly meetings




The Wonders of Wildlife Manual provides outdoor enthusiasts and professionals with the tools to share their
knowledge, special skills, or love of a sport or hobby with youth, enabling them to mentor young people from ages
7 to 15+.




Informal and Formal




Informal




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Informal, non-formal




Bridges of Hope provides women with informal education on family and intimate partner violence, parenting, and
life skills.



informal




informal-awareness




informal-awareness




informal awareness




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informal-awareness; workshops




informal-awareness; formal-schools; adult education




formal-schools; adult education; informal-awareness




formal-schools; adult education; informal-awareness




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Information, professional, formal




Formal education, engaging secondary students in the forum




Formal, informal, non-formal education




Formal; informal; awareness; adult education




Formal; informal - awareness




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Formal




Formal




Formal; community involvement




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Describe any research questions or research opportunities that c
see website www.spheru.ca for reports




Not applicable




Not applicable


Not applicable


A poster session is held in conjunction with the event amd students are encouraged to apply for this program.

Not applicable




see website www.spheru.ca for reports




Not applicable




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Through a developing partnership with the Saskatchewan Organic Directorate Food Miles Campaign, a
contracted researcher will engage in basic community level research with a view to gathering information about
citizen and institutional attitudes to organic production and consumption in the Craik/Davidson region.




The research component of the Promoting Physical Activity initiative is part of the primary health care
collaborative referred to above and was facilitated by the physician and staff of the Craik Doctor's Office.




There exists a real possibility here for research into the nature of social marketing




Not applicable
Not applicable
formal programs and awareness

Not applicable




Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable




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Not applicable


Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




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There are many research topics that can be explored as a result of this event. The effects of tar sands and how it
will affect sasaktchewan people (aboroginal people/homes/economies...etc in particular). Queer theory is a
growing and expanding field with many opportunities for research on queer quality of life in canada, on campus
and in the prairies. Research on why students don't vote, volunteer or engage themselves actively in issues of
public interest compared to past generations. What is the university experience like for ethnic, gender and other
visible minorities?




How do skills developed in youth through this health promotion program influence later behaviours?




This project is meeting three research objectives a) Enhance health-care workers' awareness of Aboriginal
families' end of life care needs, b) increase awareness of the available end of life care services, c)increase
Aboriginal families' access to palliative care services.




Do youth in care have significantly differing attitudes toward sexual health and practices than their mainstream
counterparts? There seems to be a differences in perceived risk activities and attitudes about disease and
unplanned pregnancy. What are those differences, are they real? Or, not really that different?




Did testing increase during the campaign? Were there more enquiries about STI's due to the campaign?




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Not applicable




None funded; collaboration and input welcome

Not applicable




The Wellness group plans to assess the risk factors of the U of R employees in a Health Check Clinic and send
out a campus wide survey to better understand their wellness needs and interests.




Many research opportunities available for graduate students and other collaborators.




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Bridges of Hope is currently undergoing a program evaluation.




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Describe any research that has been published (or soon will be)
see website www.spheru.ca for reports




Not applicable




Not applicable


Not applicable


Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable




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Not applicable


Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




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To answer this question, you would have to discuss the particular works brought forth with
the presentors. They were responsible for sharing their research, experiences and
knowledge on particular issues.




Not applicable




The project's team members have facilitated several conference and community
presentations.




Hampton, M.R., Fahlman, S., Goertzen, J. & Jeffery, B. (2005). A process evaluation of the
Youth Educating About Health (YEAH) program: A peer-designed and peer-led sexual
health education program. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. SIECANN Newsletter.




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




Student research projects listed at http://www.cprc.ca/history.htm#paststudentshistory




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




FHQTC Health Education and Promotion has been involved in an Indigenous People's
Health Research Project 'Developing Healthy Decision Making For Aboriginal Youth Through
Drama' http://www.iphrc.ca/researchprojects.php
our drama work has been presented at




Not applicable




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The creative workbook summarizing the initial workshops Common Circles: Addressing
Violence Through Art was launched on November 21, 2008.




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Barrett, M.J., Hart, P., & Sutter, G. (2008). Engaging students and challenging culture. In
M.Mayer, J. Johannes Tschapka, Engaging youth in sustainable development: Learning and
teaching sustainable development in lower secondary schools, (pp. 18-21). Br




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Include website links to your project
Links related to the site or project www.spheru.ca




www.environmentalsociety.ca,
http://www.environmentalsociety.ca/issues/energy/dc.html



www.environmentalsociety.ca,
http://www.environmentalsociety.ca/issues/energy/EAT_Brochure.pdf

http://www.scs.sk.ca/VAN/ This website will be updated in September 2008
with project related information.

www.organicconnections.ca

Not applicable




Not applicable




www.meewasin.com




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www.craikecovillage.ca   www.saskorganic.com   www.boilingfrog.ca




www.craikecovillage.ca www.fhhr.ca




www.craikecovillage.ca www.snapinfo.ca www.cancer.ca
www.environmentalsociety.ca




Not applicable
http://ymca.omnistudios.com/
Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable



Not applicable




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Not applicable


Not applicable

Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable

www.swa.ca




Not applicable




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www.rpirg.org




http://whford.rbe.sk.ca/node/436




http://uregina.ca/hamptoma




Not applicable




http://www.regina.cfsh.info/services.html#awareness




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http://www.kahkewistahaw.com/




http://www.sasksciencecentre.com/modules.php?name=Sections&sop=viewar
ticle&artid=48
http://www.pcap-sk.org/




http://www.uregina.ca/recservices/Wellness/index.html




http://www.cprc.ca/index.htm




http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=d4f3cf1e-5f0e-
46d5-8831-2dea25541871&k=47316
http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=198118660000&oid=131750476
12




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http://www.saskatoonnaturesociety.sk.ca/




http://www.swf.sk.ca/education/wow-overview.shtml




http://www.fortquappelle.com/anhh.html and http://www.fhqtc.com/




http://www.alzheimer.sk.ca/cgi-bin/english/index.cgi




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http://www.commonweal-arts.com/




Not applicable




Not applicable




Not applicable




http://www.ywcaregina.com/Programs/ChildFamily/BigSisters/GoGirls.html




www.rqhealth.ca




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www.boilingfrog.ca




www.saskorganic.com/foodmiles/index.html




www.scn.ca/greenlife.php




www.ussu.ca; www.ussu.ca/news/releases/2008/20081020-
USSU_hosts_Green_Yourself_Week.pdf




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Not applicable




http://www.royalsaskmuseum.ca/education/youth_forum/youth_forum.shtml




http://saskesd.ca




Not applicable




Not applicable




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Not applicable




http://education.uregina.ca/




www.usask.ca/education/youthforum2008/




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