Advocacy

On behalf of its members, the OSPAPPH Executive advocates and responds to emerging issues to ensure appropriate physical activity representation from a public health perspective.  

If you believe you have an issue or project OSPAPPH should respond to, please start by reviewing our advocacy guidelines.

2017


2016
  • Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care:  Modernization of Ontario Public Health Standards (OPHS) - OSPAPPH Submission
    • Letter from Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
  • Letter to Ontario Ministry of Education: Making Physical Literacy a Priority in Education and Childcare Settings - Working Group Submission
    • Letter from the Ministry of Education

2015

2014
  • Proposal to amend Regulation 262 under the Day Nurseries Act - OSPAPPH Response
2013
2012
2011 
2010
  • Public Health Agency of Canada re: Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card - OSPAPPH Submission
    • Letter from Public Health Agency of Canada