Walk Victoria

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WALKING is the #1 LEISURE ACTIVITY FOR VICTORIA COUNTY RESIDENTS

4.1 million Canadians favourite leisure activities are walking & running, while the Victoria County Community Physical Activity Survey (Nov. 2015) & the Ipsos Reid Recreation & Physical Fitness Syndicated Survey (April 13, 2010, for Victoria County Residents) responded that walking was the #1 choice for types of physical activity or exercise they participated in on a regular basis.

Naturally Active for Life Victoria County‬ is Walking‬ Today! Are You?

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Steps Conversion Chart

Downloadable for Your Convenience (Get steps from gardening, shoveling snow, hiking, cycling, etc.):

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Cabot Trail Spring Challenge 2017

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Join your friends (or meet new friends), family and/or neighbors on a virtual trip around the beautiful World Famous Cabot Trail!

Enter and be eligible for Prizes, Giveaways!

May 15 to June 30, 2017

Join a group at your local Library in Baddeck, Ingonish or Community Centre in Bay St Lawrence at www.walkaboutns.ca

Visit: www.walkaboutns.ca

Contacts:

  • Bay St Lawrence Community Centre:

baystlawrencecommunitycenter@gmail.com

  • Baddeck Library:

baddeck@cbrl.ca

  • North Victoria Library Branch:

ingonish@cbrl.ca

Proudly Presented By Your Partners in Health:

  • Walkabout, Heart & Stroke Foundation
  • North Victoria Library Branch
  • Baddeck Library
  • Cape Breton Regional Library
  • Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Est. 2011)
  • Victoria County

Record your steps taken each day by yard work, raking leaves, mowing, hiking, grocery shopping, walking, running, cycling, gardening, yoga, etc – check here to calculate your steps each day – They add up quick!:

Steps Conversion Chart – Downloadable for Your Convenience (Get steps from gardening, shoveling snow, hiking, cycling, etc.): StepsConversionChart
Are You Getting Enough Steps To A Healthy Lifestyle Each Day

How Many Steps Each Day Will Provide Positive Health Benefits

The goal:

  • Healthy Adults
    20-50 yrs old
    7,000-11,000 steps a day
  • Healthy Adults
    50-70 yrs old & Chronic disease
    6,000-8,500 steps a day
  • Adults with Disabilities
    3,500-5,500 Steps a Day
    Work your way up to the steps you need each day…
Urban Walking Poles are available to loan assisting you in the Spring Challenge 2017:

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Nova Scotia Walk Day 2017

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On May 10, 2017 – Heart&Stroke Walkabout™ invites you to participate in Nova Scotia Walk Day! Celebrate the joyful side of walking on with the Heart and Stroke Foundation and take the first step towards a healthier heart.   Commit 10 minutes anytime on May 10th to walk with your friends, co-workers or by yourself. Register your participation walkabout@heartandstroke.ca and be entered to win a prize.

You are invited May 10th!

Nova Scotians have walked over 3 billion steps and we want to celebrate! Heart&Stroke Walkabout™ is supporting thousands of Nova Scotians to discover the joy of walking.

All Nova Scotians are invited to walk on May 10th. So grab your friends, your colleagues, your neighbour or your dog and enjoy a walk.

Where will walking take you?

Create your own walk by hosting an event in your area or by simply taking 10 minutes and going for a walk! Register your walk by emailing

walkabout@heartandstroke.ca

for a chance to win a prize.

HELD  – Jan. 1 to March 31, 2017 – Steps in Flight Walking & Mini-Steps Discovery Programs

– SEE YOU IN 2018! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT and PARTICIPATION: 170 Participants – 

Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm!

Partners the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site & Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Est. 2011) in Partnership welcomed the successful and ever popular Annual (3rd year!) Steps in Flight Walking & Mini-Steps Discovery Programs. (Began January 4, 2017) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday to Friday!

Details here:
https://naturallyactivevictoriacounty.com/be-active/walking/

Tammy MacSween “So glad this is back. Will definitely be there with the kids!!” (Dec 10, 2015)

Sharon McIntyre “We missed this! See you there!!” (Dec 10, 2015)

Donald Hamm “Great news! Thanks Vince” (Dec 10, 2015)

Mondays to Fridays (Jan to April 2017)

9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site‬
FREE – All ages, wheelchairs, strollers, male & female are welcome: Ages 16 & Under must be accompanied by an adult

***Bring along your children or grandchildren to walk and play in the ‪#‎Mini‬ Steps Discovery Centre Play Program (Books, toys, interactive displays, etc.) downstairs at the Bell Museum Mon – Fri 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, whichever time best suits your schedule….
Partners for Your Health:
 Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
 Parks Canada
 Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Est. 2011)
 Victoria County
 Heart & Stroke Foundation
 Walkabout

HELD  Jan. 1 to March 31, 2017 – Mini-Steps Discovery Centre Play Program 

– SEE YOU IN 2018! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT and PARTICIPATION: 170 Participants –

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 3 pm

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Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
FREE – Continued until Cruise Ship Season
Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site (AGBNHS)
Parents Bring along your children or grandchildren to walk and play in the Mini Steps Discovery Centre Play Program (Books, toys, interactive displays, etc.) downstairs at AGBNHS Mon – Fri 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, whichever time best suited their schedule….
Partners for Your Health:
 Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
 Parks Canada
 Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Est. 2011)
 Victoria County
 Heart & Stroke Foundation
 Walkabout

Steps in Flight Walking Program 2016 A Success:

***See you January 2017!
Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
#AlexanderGrahamBellNationalHistoricSite (AGBNHS)
FREE – Ages 16 & Under must be accompanied by an adult
Your Partners in Your Health:
-Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Victoria County Physical Activity Strategy)
-Victoria County
-Parks Canada
-Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
-Bell Museum
-Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia
-Walkabout
-Heart and Stroke Walkabout
-NS Dept Communities, Culture & Heritage
Naturally Active for Life Victoria County wishes to Thank All of Our Partners in collaboration, including Madeline Harvey and Parks Canada and Claire MacLean, Community Health Promotion Coordinator, Eastern, NovaScotia | Heart and Stroke Foundation for partnering with us providing a supportive environment for residents & visitors to be physically active and socialize.
***Cancellations for any reason were announced via social media, media.

Planning Walkable Communities Workshop HELD

October 26, 2016

How communities are planned and designed directly impacts local environments and health. Walking is the most accessible form of active transportation for the average person of any age, yet Nova Scotia’s communities have a considerable need for improving the availability, safety and convenience of walking routes. Community design can encourage populations to travel between destinations actively by foot. This workshop, for planners and others, is about making our communities more walkable for everyone, from children to seniors. It will address the state of walkability in NS and how to improve walkability in the areas of planning and infrastructure.

Planning Walkable Communities Workshop-  Port Hawkesbury Civic Center, Port Hawkesbury NS

Register here  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/planning-walkable-communities-cape-breton-tickets-28233714801 by October 24th

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada will facilitate the workshop, drawing on their experience in active transportation planning and community design to deliver an engaging and informative workshop. Project partners will add experiences and project information to increase the application of information in local communities.

The workshop includes nutrition breaks, lunch and a workshop kit. The workshop will include some classroom time as well as a field trip to conduct walk audits .

What can you do?

Share this with the people who should be in the room to make Walkable communities happen in your municipality.

Who should come?       Decision makers (councilors and planners and engineers)

Implementers (Recreation and MPAL staff)

Public Works staff

Local TIR staff

Developers

International Walk to School

and Walk at School Month HELD

 

October 2016

registration link and more information about this event are found at: http://saferoutesns.ca/programs/international-walk-to-school-month

Links to other free downloadable useful resources can be found at:http://saferoutesns.ca/programs/international-walk-to-school-month/program-resources

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Summer Walk Challenge 2016 HELD 

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This challenge is a little different than our other walk challenges, and one which we hope will be a ton of fun.  This contest will be a photo challenge which will run through the month of August (1st-31st).  I encourage you to check out the poster which is attached above and share it amongst your contacts and friends and submit as many photos as you like for a chance to win great prizes!

The photos can be anything walk related.  Whether it is of yourself, your friends and family, pets, vacations, staycations, as long as you are enjoying the outdoors and getting some time in your walking shoes!

When you submit, tell us why you love walking, what walking has done for you or what inspires you to walk for a chance to win.  There are many ways to submit photos and, if on social media, don’t forget to use #WalkaboutNS

We look forward to seeing all of your amazing photos, and remember, keep walking and enjoy the sunny days ahead!

Michael Todd – Community Health Promotion Coordinator – Western Region

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia

Phone: 902-334-1141 | Fax: 902 492-1464 | E-mail  michael.todd@heartandstroke.ca

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Aging Well Together Coalition – Eastern Region Age Friendly Community Walkabout HELD

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July 27, 2016 – Started Baddeck Court house (front steps – meet at monument)

  • Assess sidewalks, roads, lights, crosswalks, and traffic – Observe community and understand the supports needed to make community safer and more accessible
  • All community members were welcomed to attend

The Community Walkabout was led by Victoria County Physical Activity Coordinator Vince Forrestall. Addressed different community infrastructure like sidewalks, curbs, crosswalks, traffic lights and other important aspects of the community that affect people in different ways. The point of  walkabout was to highlight different areas of the community that people access for different reasons and to encourage inclusivity. Are sidewalks fully accessible for everyone to use? Should crosswalks be re-painted? Should new crosswalks be painted? Are curbs at the standard they should be to ensure all people’s safety?

An Age Friendly Community is a community that is inclusive in nature and one that promotes access for people of all ages.

On behalf of the Aging Well Together Coalition, we would like to thank you for your support in helping make Cape Breton a safer and more accessible place to live. IF YOU WISH TO GIVE FURTHER INPUT TO SAFER WALKING IN YOUR RESPECTIVE COMMUNITY, NEIGHBOUHOOD PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE CHECKLIST AT THE FOLLOWING LINK http://www.nscommunitylinks.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Resource-4-Neighbourhood-Fall-Safe-Checklist.pdf AND RETURN TO noreencleblanc@hotmail.com or vince.forrestall@countyvictoria.ns.ca

Proudly supported & partnered with by Naturally Active For Life Victoria County (Est. 2011)

NS Walk Day 2016 Held

Residents were invited to ‪#‎Walk‬ for 10 Minutes Today to Celebrate ‪#‎NovaScotiaWalkDay‬ (May 11, 2016)

Plan to go for at least a 10 minute walk with your dog, a colleague or friend. Send a picture of your walk at walkabout@heartandstroke.ca

Claire Mac Lean –  Community Health Promotion Coordinator – ‪#‎EasternRegion‬
‪#‎HeartandStrokeFoundation‬ of ‪#‎Canada‬, ‪#‎NovaScotia‬
Park Lane – Mall Level 3, 5657 ‪#‎SpringGardenRoad‬, Box 245
‪#‎Halifax‬, NS B3J 3R4 Phone: 902-334-1137 | Fax: 902 492-1464 | E-mail claire.maclean@heartandstroke.ca

THANK YOU TO OUR 125, 000 ‪#‎VOLUNTEERS‬ ACROSS CANADA. Your generous gift of time fuels the life-saving research that creates survivors. We couldn’t do it without you

Borrow Your Step Pedometer Today
Heart & Stroke Walkabout NS Kit – Thanks to a partnership between Heart&Stroke Walkabout™, Nova Scotia Public Libraries and C@P Sites, Victoria County Residents can borrow a pedometer kit at your library or C@P Site. Let’s pick one up today on my way to wellness with 10,000 steps a day! 3 week loan, books 2 weeks!

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Join our Heart and Stroke Volunteer team as a Heart&Stroke Walkabout ™ Leader!
This leader orientation session included a leader handbook, pedometer, inspiring activities around how to start a walking group in your community , information on safety and group leadership, and a fun demonstration of our interactive website!
HELD – Englishtown Community Centre
June 9, 2016
Phone: 1-800-423-4432ext-1137
E-mail Claire.maclean@heartandstroke.ca
 
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Walkabout Leaders – Your input is critical to set our strategic direction and to get more Nova Scotians walking!

Heart&Stroke Walkabout™ aims to help more Nova Scotians experience the amazing benefits of walking. Your experience and ideas can help us do that.

Participating in a Walkabout Focus Group Session is your chance to share ideas about how best to encourage new members to join, support and retain our current members and leaders, and make Walkabout even better.

Registration is online (link in the attached poster) or by calling 902-334-1133.

We’d love to hear from you all! Walkabout Team

Kristin Honshorst, MSc – Coordinator, Health Promotion & Research

Heart and Stroke Foundation 5657 Spring Garden Road, Box 245 Halifax, NS B3J 3R4

T 902 334-1112 E Kristin.Honshorst@heartandstroke.ca heartandstroke.ca­ | fmcoeur.ca

Celebrate Walk into Spring Challenge 2016 HELD

Making physical activity part of your life can benefit your health significantly and can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. Regular activity also helps prevent and control high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, certain types of cancer and obesity.

How did the Walk into Spring Challenge work?

  1. Contacted Community Health Promotion coordinator by phone or email to tell of plans at  walkabout@heartandstroke.ca
  2. Make a commitment to get a total 150 minutes of walking each week in May. Walk, hike or choose any form of physical activity you wish. Remember increments of 10 minutes count towards your weekly goal of 150 minutes. Each team must walk together at least one time each week and must complete 3 of the 4 weeks of the challenge to be considered for the grand prize.
  1. Email walkabout@heartandstroke.ca to let us know you are participating as a Workplace or community team.
  2. Submit your daily totals of physical activity each Tuesday by 12:00pm. The first weekly submission was due May 10, 2016. (A week is from Sunday to Saturday).There was weekly prizes and each report gives a team a chance to win a Grand Prize of a gift card valued at $100.00. Each team must walk at least 3 of the 4 weeks to qualify.
  1. Walkabout team loves getting new pictures emailed to them at walkabout@heartandstroke.ca. And this gives a team an extra ballot for the draw!
  1. Enjoy your walk with your group!

Are you up for the challenge? Where will walking take you?

Claire Mac Lean – Community Health Promotion Coordinator – Eastern Region, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia; Park Lane – Mall Level 3, 5657 Spring Garden Road, Box 245, Halifax, NS B3J 3R4; Phone: 902-334-1137 | Fax: 902 492-1464 | E-mail  claire.maclean@heartandstroke.ca

THE WELLNESS WALKERS

(Walk, Run & Fitness Room) 2015-16 HELD 

  • See you in 2017!

Rankin School of the Narrows (Iona, Victoria County):

RankinFitnessRoomVictoria, Subd. B-20130506-03934Use of the gym facility for walking is for age 7 and up and children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. Use of the fitness equipment is for age 16 and up.

Walk and use of fitness equipment takes place Tuesday evenings at Rankin School of the Narrows. Time: 7 – 8 p.m.
Bring a water bottle and wear shoes for indoor use. use of the gym facility for walking is for age 7 and up – use of the fitness equipment is for age 14 and up and children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
Note: If school is cancelled for the day there will be no fitness program in the evening.
Sponsored by:
-Central Cape Breton Community Ventures, Wellness Committee
Proudly Supported by:
– Rankin School of the Narrows
-Nova Scotia Highland Village
-Naturally Active for Life Victoria County (Victoria County Physical Activity Strategy)
-NS “Thrive”
-Victoria County
-NS Dept Communities, Culture & Heritage
For further information please contact Ann Marie, 902-725-2253, Murdell 902-725-2348 or Sharon, 902-725-2177.

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The Old Horse Track in Baddeck

Available to be physically active in our great natural environment (All seasons) if you are looking for a place to Snowshoe, Ski, Hike and/or Walk.

DISTANCE : 1/2 mile – about 800 meters

Steve McDermid Memorial Field – Walking Track

Baddeck Academy

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February – “Heart” Month – Winter Walk Challenge 2016 Held

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Did you know…80% of early heart disease and stroke can be prevented by adopting healthy behaviours which include physical activity through walking?

  1. Winter is a wonderful time to walk. Don’t let cold, wind, snow or rain keep you and your friends/coworkers from heading out for a walk.  Contact your Community Health Promotion coordinator by phone or email to tell of your plans or email  walkabout@heartandstroke.ca

How did the Winter Walk Challenge work?

  1. Make a commitment to get a total 150 minutes of walking each week in February. . Walk, cross country ski, hike, and snowshoe or choose any form of physical activity you wish. Remember increments of 10 minutes count towards your weekly goal of 150 minutes. Each team must walk at least one time each week in February.
  2. Educate participants on Winter walking safety (refer to https://canadasafetycouncil.org/senior-safety/safety-tips-winter-walking)
  3. Email walkabout@heartandstroke.ca to let us know you are participating as a Workplace or community team.
  4. Submit your daily totals of physical activity each Tuesday by 12:00pm. The first weekly submission is due February 9th. (a week is from Sunday to Saturday).There will be weekly prizes and each report gives your team a chance to win a Grand Prize of a gift card valued at $100.00.
  5. Our Walkabout team  loves  getting new pictures email them to us at walkabout@heartandstroke.ca. and this gives your team an extra ballot for the draw!
  6. Enjoy your walk with your group!

HeartandStrokeWinter Walk 2016 Promotional Flyer

Are you up for the challenge? Where will walking take you?  

Claire Mac Lean – Community Health Promotion Coordinator – Eastern Region, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia,  Park Lane – Mall Level 3, 5657 Spring Garden Road, Box 245, Halifax, NS B3J 3R4 / Phone: 902-334-1137 | Fax: 902 492-1464 | E-mail  claire.maclean@heartandstroke.ca

St. Ann’s Saturday Afternoon Community Walks

(Hikes & snowshoes included)

***SEE YOU NOVEMBER 2017

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Saturdays (November to April Annually), 1 pm
For further information – visit the St Ann’s Community Event Sheet: http://tinyurl.com/Event-Sheet

“Heritage Way” Community Walking Path – Alderwood, Baddeck

Open to the community. It is maintained during the winter and is well lit at night! It takes 10 minutes to do 1 lap of the Path and is 1/2 km long or 660 Steps!

For further information, please contact : Wilhelmus van Hal, Director of Recreation, Alderwood Rest Home Phone: (902)295-2644 ext. 226 or by e-mail recreation@alderwoodbaddeck.ca

Cape Breton Island Hoppers

 CBIH
http://www.capebretonislandhoppers.com
e-mail: bretonhoppers@hotmail.com
http://www.walks.ca

Walk Adventure in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park

https://capebreton.lokol.me/walk-adventure-in-the-cape-breton-highlands-national-park

The CBIH was established as an island wide walking club in 1997. Guided walks are 5 km, 10 km or more, in keeping with the rules of the International Federation of Popular Sports. The Island HOPPERS are people of all ages and abilities who enjoy the outdoors. CBIH is registered with the Province of Nova Scotia as a non-profit organization. Our members are dedicated to a healthier life-style. We recognize that physical activities such as walking is a simple but effective form of exercise that enables us to discover the beauties of our island while increasing our personal health.
http://www.capebretonislandhoppers.com/calendar.cfm

Boularderie Blazers Walking Program
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***SEE YOU 2018!

Boularderie School Gymnasium

Ages 16 & up: – participate anytime. Great physical activity and social in a safe and friendly environment.

FREE Indoor Walking

Days & Times TBA

During the Winter in a safe and friendly environment at Boularderie school Gymnasium.

Participants must bring indoor footwear. Open to the community to use for physical activity and social!

Proudly Presented By Your Partners in Health:

-“Thrive” NS Child Obesity Strategy

-Naturally Active for Life Victoria County

-Victoria County

-CBVRSB

-Boularderie School

-NS Health & Wellness, Active Living Branch

-Heart & Stroke Walkabout

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Wagmatcook Native Walkers

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Walking Schedule:
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays: 5 – 6 pm

Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre

*Please bring indoor footwear.

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Are You Getting Enough Steps To A Healthy Lifestyle Each Day

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How Many Steps Each Day Will Provide Positive Health Benefits
The goal:
Healthy Adults
20-50 yrs old
7,000-11,000 steps a day

Healthy Adults
50-70 yrs old & Chronic disease
6,000-8,500 steps a day

Adults with Disabilities
3,500-5,500 Steps a Day
Work your way up to the steps you need each day…

“Creating Walkable Communities: A Health in All Policies Approach” Webinar.

Our webinar is now archived and is located on the following page: http://www.apha.org/topics-and-issues/transportation/active-transportation

Free Online Risk Assessment

http://www.makehealthlast.ca (Includes Heart Health Recipes!

30 Reasons to Walk More 

http://www.participaction.com/30-reasons-to-walk-more/

Winter Walking Safety Tips

Canadian Safety Council website: https://canadasafetycouncil.org/senior-safety/safety-tips-winter-walking

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