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RBC SPORTS DAY in Canada -

Get ready to get out and play, Canada! RBC Sports Day in Canada - a national celebration of the power of sport to build community and get Canadians moving – takes place on November 21, 2015 in communities across Canada.

Register or join an event and you’ll be one of over a million Canadians who are celebrating sport across Canada during the Year of Sport.

RBC Sports Day in Canada



ParticipACTION releases the 2015 Report Card on Physical Activity.

This reprot card focuses on play and the outdoors and includes a Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. Overall, 70% of children ages 3-4 get the recommended 180 minutes of daily activity. However, as the guidelines change to 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity per day for ages 5 and up only 9% of kids meet the requirement. Canada's grade remains a D- for the third straight year.

 The LONGEST DAY of PLAY will take place on Sunday June 21st, 2015. New this year, PLAY will no longer be tracking PLAY hours by community but rather encouraging residents to get out and enjoy all that Grey Bruce has to offer. Stay tuned for great events happening in your community. Click on the Longest Day of PLAY link on the main page for more information.

Thanks again to our great sponsor Bruce Power and 92.3 The Dock. 


Check out the great PLAY insert created by the Saugeen Shores PLAY Network. Tons of great articles and PLAY tips.
Saugeen Shores PLAY Network receives funding through Power Workers Union
Funds to assist in keeping families active in Saugeen Shores
Saugeen Shores, ON; The Power Workers Union has graciously donated $1800 to the Saugeen Shores PLAY Network, to enhance their programming/promotions while continuing to offer free community events and activities.
“Our group is passionate about keeping kids active – we’ve held a number of events through 2014 and this funding will ensure we are able to continue to offer events in 2015. Ultimately we’re reminding people how important it is to play, everyday” said Teresa Brown, Saugeen Shores Play volunteer.
The Power Workers Union supported Play’s application to their funding program which has a focus oncommunity events and promotional campaigns to promote awareness about the importance of physical activity and to encourage people to get out and get moving in Saugeen Shores.
The Saugeen Shores Play Network is a branch of the regional group “Play Bruce Grey”. The Saugeen Shores network continues to plan for the RBC Sports Day in Canada (Nov 29). For a full understanding of who Play Bruce Grey is and events being offered, visit their site at


2014 Results:
   Municipality                            Hours Per 1000 Population     Total Hours
1.      Municipality of South Bruce                     542                       3081
2.      Municipality of Arran-Elderslie                 445                       3030     
3.      Town of Hanover                                         259                       1941
4.      Municipality of Meaford                              220                       2443
5.      Township of Huron Kinloss                      213                       1445
6.      Town of Saugeen Shores                          207                       2622
7.      Municipality of Brockton                            144                       1355 
 Huron Shore Run

Good weather for running this year. Linda Oehm warmed the group up & then they were off running down High Street around the flag & back up through the finish line. We had 40 kids registered to run , some were on wheels. Another great PLAY event!








Total Hours Logged

Percentage of Population

Arran-Elderslie – 1st



Brockton – 2nd



Hanover – 3rd



South Bruce – 4th  



West Grey – 5th











“Saugeen Shores Got Out and Played in Celebration of Sport” Credit: Shoreline Beacon

Saugeen Shores PLAY Network hosted a family-friendly sports day Saturday to mark this year’s RBC Sports Day in Canada, which saw hundreds of residents take part.

Local organizations opened their doors and offered free opportunities to try their sports or to watch demonstrations.  Activities ranged from bowling and billiards at Sunset Lanes in Port Elgin, Tai Chi and Karate at the Canadian Martial Arts Centre to lifesaving demonstrations at Centennial Pool and free public skating at The Plex.

A Huge Thank you to all organizations who opened their doors including Lakeshore Recreation, Middlebrook Dressage, Hardknocks Gym, EAG Crossfit, Mowbray’s Canadian Tire, The Winterhawks, Canadian Martial Arts Centre, Spring Swing & Flip Club, Port Elgin Curling Club, Fitness Corner, and Sunset Lanes.



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