The integrated pan-Canadian healthy living strategy /: HP10-1/2005

This report describes a strategy for improving the health of Canadians. It outlines the vision and goals of the strategy and describes the anticipated results in the short and long terms. The report includes statistics on obesity and chronic diseases caused by preventable risk factors. It also outlines an action plan to focus on healthy eating and physical activity, and describes some healthy living initiatives already under way in Canada.

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Department/Agency Public Health Agency of Canada. Centre for Healthy Human Development.
Title The integrated pan-Canadian healthy living strategy /
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Electronic-[French], Electronic-[English]
Note Incorrect catalogue number (HP10-1/2005E) and ISBN (0-662-41146-3) printed in this publication. "The Healthy Living Strategy is a conceptual framework for sustained action based on a population health approach. Its vision is a healthy nation in which all Canadians experience the conditions that support the attainment of good health. To achieve this, the goals of the Strategy are to: improve overall health outcomes; and reduce health disparities."--Page 3, Executive summary.
Date 2005.
Binding Softcover
Number of Pages English text, i, 51p. ;
Dimensions 28 cm. +
ISBN 0-662-69384-1
Catalogue Number
  • HP10-1/2005
Subject Terms Health, Health promotion