Queen's - Dr Lucie Lévesque - hosts national conference on Aboriginal physical activity

February 19 to 22, 2014

Queen's - Dr Lucie Lévesque - hosts national conference on Aboriginal physical activity  

2014-02-14

By Mark Kerr, Senior Communications Officer (snipped)

A national discussion about promoting physical activity in Aboriginal communities will occur on campus next week (19-22 Feb 2014).

“There will be people at the National Aboriginal Physical Activity (NAPA) conference who are on the ground promoting physical activity in Aboriginal communities,"

Dr. Lucie Lévesque, SKHS faculty member, and Janice Hill, Director, Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre (FDASC), worked in partnership with Rosalin Miles, Executive Director, Aboriginal Physical Activity and Cultural Circle, to host the second-annual conference. This year’s theme is “Healthy Action that Empowers Communities to Move.”

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