Programs: Communities Choosewell
2017 ChooseWell Healthy Community Awards
Are there good things happening in your community to promote wellbeing through physical activity and/or healthy eating? If so, nominate your community for a Healthy Community Award!
Communities will be recognized across five different population groups and four categories, including:
Creating Supportive Environments
Providing Health Education
Building Community Capacity
Developing Healthy Policies
One community will also be chosen as the Overall Healthy Community Champion, and ChooseWell Champions will have the opportunity to select the recipient of the Most Significant Community Change Award through a voting process, based on information you provide in your nomination.
You can also nominate a local government elected leader for the Community Wellness Leadership Award, recognizing elected leaders who are champions for wellness in their communities. Here is the Nomination Form and Scoring Rubric.
More information is available on the nomination forms. Please note that communities being nominated must be registered for the Communities ChooseWell program by July 14, 2017 (register your community).
Contact the ChooseWell staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or (780) 415-1745 if you have any questions.
2016 Award Winners
Overall Healthy Community Wellness Champion: Town of Coaldale
Most Significant Community Change Award: Town of Slave Lake
Community Wellness Leadership Award: Dave Anderson, Strathcona County Councillor, Ward 2
Developing Healthy Policies Award:
- Clandonald School
- Town of Sexsmith
- Town of Ponoka
- Town of Okotoks
Providing Health Education Award:
- Hamlet of Fort McKay
- Lethbridge College
- Town of Morinville
- Town of Strathmore
- Lethbridge Public Library
Building Community Capacity Award:
- Village of Longview
- Hamlet of Langdon
- Central Edmonton
- City of Medicine Hat
Creating Supportive Environments Award:
- Village of Alix
- Town of Pincher Creek
- City of Lacombe
- City of Lethbridge