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Mission

The project «Healthy active youth…ensuring a healthy active future» will work in cooperation with community organizations and interested residents to provide opportunities and support for youth aged 0 to 17 years and their families to adopt active lifestyles and healthy eating habits which they will carry with them throughout their lives.

Vision

To encourage and involve residents of communities on the Lower North Shore to create and develop a lifelong «Healthy Active Lifestyle» for youth aged 0-17.

Strategic Summary

The aim of the initiative  is for LNS communities to create an environment which promotes, develops and supports healthy active lifestyle for youth that they will carry with them throughout their life and subsequently transfer to their children

Work with communities, through local work groups representing youth interests, to develop action plans which result in activities that contribute to active and healthy lifestyles for youth.

The program will follow the QeF mandate and focus on enhancing physical activity and healthy eating for youth ages 0-17, their families and their communities by focusing on improvements to communication between key players, maintaining involvement of regional and local partners and developing long term sustainable commitments from stakeholders.

Animators

Amy Griffin

Harrington Harbour.

T. 418 795-3169

E. amy_clint@hotmail.com

 

Steven Martin

Chevery

T. 418 787-2098

E. qefchevery@hotmail.com

 

Adeline Anderson

La Tabatiere

T. 418 773-2415

E. adeline_anderson@yahoo.com

Olga Gallibois

St. Augustine

T. 418 947-2692

E. olga.gallibois@hotmail.com

 

Chevonne Thomas

St. Paul's River

T. 418 379-2236

E. qefbonneesperance@live.ca

 

Karine Joncas

Lourdes de Blanc Sablon

T. 418 461-2663

E. qefblanc-sablon@hotmail.ca

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313 Boul. Bonne Esperance
P.O. Box 10
St. Paul's River
Quebec  G0G 2P0
Tel (418) 379-2006
Fax (418) 379-2621

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