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Be Active Quebec

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  • About the BAQ

    The purpose of Be Active Quebec is to promote the adoption and maintenance of a healthy lifestyle for youth ages 0 to 17 within the English-speaking community of the Greater Quebec City region. Our efforts are geared towards encouraging healthy eating habits and a physically active lifestyle…

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  • Canadian Tire Jumpstart Campaign

    Jumpstart is a national charity with a commitment to local communities. Jumpstart is more than just about getting kids active, it’s about giving kids from families in financial need the same chance to participate as their neighbours, their classmates and their friends.

    Whether it’s the chance to try a new sport or to continue with a favourite one, no kid should be left out. Jumpstart as the name implies, was initiated to help children and young people participate in non-competitive recreational sports. Funding is for children and young people of low income families; funds cover, up to a maximum of $300, registration fees, purchase of equipment and transportation costs.


    • Age: 4-18
    • Length of Activity: Minimum one hour per week for 5 weeks or, in the case of sport camps, minimum three hours per week for 3 weeks.
    • Annual Maximum: Two activities per child.
    • Family Maximum: All children and young people of the same family are eligible.
    • General: All funds must directly benefit children and young people; administrative costs are not eligible. Furthermore, the program does not reimburse monies already spent.

    Organisations receiving funds cannot receive more than $500 per calendar year.
    Jumpstart reserves the right to audit all requests for assistance.


    Requests for funding may be made at any time during the year; however, selection committee meets five times a year to study applications received before each of the following dates:

    • February 15th 2016
    • May 15th 2016
    • September 15th 2016
    • November 15th 2016

    To begin the process of applying please contact Sally St.Amant, Be Active Québec Project Coordinator at 418-683-2366 ext. 227 or

    For additional information please visit

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  • Healthy Tips

    Go on a treasure hunt.

    Here’s a great way to keep the family fit and teach your kids about trust, teamwork, and problem solving at the same time. Take them to a local park and set an expedition course on a map, circling various “checkpoints.” Take turns navigating to each point on the map and leading the team to each destination. “Start out with an easy course in an open park and then progress to a trail system. Stay together and explore terrain features, study map clues, and look for the secret treasure.” Sound too complicated? Then merely go hunting for bugs, animals, or flowers. You can’t entertain a young kid much better than finding a colorful salamander under a log or rock.