The Best Laid Schemes of Mice and Men...: ParticipACTION’s Legacy and the Future of Physical Activity Promotion in Canada

L’héritage de ParticipACTION et l’avenir de la promotion de l’activité physique au Canada

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Correspondence to Irving Rootman.

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Irving Rootman est professeur à l’University of Victoria et chercheur émérite à la Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.

Peggy Edwards, aujourd’hui experte-conseil en promotion de la santé auprès de The Alder Group Inc., a occupé les fonctions de rédactrice à ParticipACTION.

Irving Rootman is a Professor at the University of Victoria and Distinguished Scholar, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.

Peggy Edwards is a health promotion consultant with The Alder Group Inc. and a former writer for ParticipACTION.

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Rootman, I., Edwards, P. The Best Laid Schemes of Mice and Men...: ParticipACTION’s Legacy and the Future of Physical Activity Promotion in Canada. Can J Public Health 95, S40–S46 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03404003

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