Healthy Start is a bilingual health promotion initiative aimed at increasing healthy eating and physical activity opportunities in early learning environments. The project, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, was initially developed in Saskatchewan and has since expanded to New Brunswick.

Healthy Start provides direct support to directors, educators and cooks with resources, training sessions and on-going support.

Saplings ELC and Regina Lutheran Home Prove that Being Active Has No Age Limit

Saplings Early Learning Centre in Regina is part of the larger Eden Care Communities group which provides housing and healthcare to seniors, adults and children. […]

The Healthy Start Symposium – you are invited!

We are pleased to invite you to join us for the ‘Healthy Start / Départ Santé Symposium: Connecting research to practice and policy’ at Prairieland Park […]

Save the date – Healthy Start/Départ Santé Symposium

The Réseau Santé en français de la Saskatchewan cordially invites you to attend: The 2017 Healthy Start / Départ Santé Symposium Connecting research to practice […]

I set up a LEAP area so kids can start doing the activities on their own!

- Educator (SK)