Articles in the Live Right Now Category
Posted in Live Right Now, Publications on 23 January 2012
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An article by Dr. Anne Marie Hospod, Research Project Coordinator with HALO, has been posted on the Live Right Now website.
Here are some snippets from the article, “Get S.M.A.R.T.!“:
Countless Canadians resolve to change their unhealthy habits at the start of a New Year. Are you one of them?… [read more]
Posted in Featured Articles, Live Right Now on 13 January 2012
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On January 1st, 2011 HALO joined CBC to launch a national campaign that set out to inspire Canadians to live healthier lives – and it worked! Tens of thousands of Canadians came together through Live Right Now with the shared goal of making healthier choices.
Add to that one of… [read more]
Posted in Live Right Now, Partnerships on 4 July 2011
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Congratulations, Canada! Communities across the country have embraced CBC’s Live Right Now initiative and together, have far surpassed the remarkable one million pound milestone. Over the past six months, Canadians from far and wide came together to participate in the Live Right Now challenge, and to join the collective journey… [read more]
Posted in Live Right Now on 16 January 2011
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Below are some highlights since the launch of the campaign:
34,000 challenges taken in the first 12 days.
184,000 pounds pledged in the first 12 days.
In the first nine days, the CBC Live Right Now site was visited by over 100,000 Canadians (107,608 unique visitors), who have viewed over… [read more]
Posted in Live Right Now on 3 January 2011
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TORONTO, January 3, 2011 – Today, the Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Research Institute, in partnership with CBC and other leading Canadian health organizations, officially launched LIVE RIGHT NOW, an unprecedented six-month initiative that will change the health of… [read more]