Creating Supportive Food Environments in Saskatchewan

Check out Part 1 of a new 3-part webinar series on healthy food environments in sport and recreation settings. 

If you were unable to attend the recent webinar on Creating Supportive Food Environments in Saskatchewan Recreation and Sport Settings, a recording of the session is now available.

The webinar is presented by Melanie Warken, Public Health Nutritionist, Saskatchewan Health Authority, in the first of a three-part webinar series for Eat Healthy Play Healthy.

In this session, Melanie reviews what is happening in Saskatchewan and across Canada to create supportive food environments in sport and recreation settings. She also discusses the factors that make up a food environment and how they can be improved so the healthy choice is easier for customers, and thereby support the sales of healthy food and beverages.

What Is Eat Healthy Play Healthy?

If this is your first time hearing about the program, you might be wondering what is Eat Healthy Play Healthy (EHPH)? 

EHPH is an initiative conducting research and producing resources to help the recreation sector build capacity to take action in Saskatchewan. It is also a partnership between organizations with a common interest in fostering supportive food environments in the province: 

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada;

  • Government of Saskatchewan;

  • University of Saskatchewan;

  • Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association;

  • Saskatchewan Health Authority, and;

  • Public Health Nutritionists of Saskatchewan.

To View This Webinar 

In order to stream this webinar, you will need to visit this link below and use the password. 

Play recording (52 mins)

Recording password: JmpEdUh4


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When is Part Two going to be live? 

The next Eat Healthy Play Healthy webinar will be on November 13, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. 

If you have any questions about this upcoming session, send an email to