A vote for ASAP Jr. is a vote for “kids on the move” (please watch and “like” our short video)

Voting for ASAP Junior's

Active Streets // Active People Junior‘s Christine Voss has entered the annual Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH) Talks video competition. Their video, “Kids on the Move” highlights ASAP Junior’s work and shares some of the teams’ research findings about active transport in schools.

Voting works on “likes”, so check out the video on YouTube, click the Thumbs Up and help support a win for the ASAP Junior team. Voting closes on the first week of January!


The Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH) supports research that ensures the best start in life for all Canadians and the achievement of their potential for optimal growth and development.

The “IHDCYH Talks” competition is an opportunity to profile research within IHDCYH’s mandate to improve knowledge translation and help demonstrate the value of reproductive, child and youth health research in Canada. The objective of this competition is to encourage the production of videos that present evidence-based research to a lay audience and that incorporate a message designed to have a positive impact on the health of children, youth and families.

Click here to learn more about the video competition.


A first place prize of $5000 will be awarded in early 2015 and 3 runner-up prizes of $3000 will also be awarded.

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