More of Toronto’s kids should be walking to school: Editorial
April 11, 2016
Toronto Star | Apr. 10, 2016
A new study has found that twice as many Toronto students are being driven to school than in the past. That’s not good for their health or concentration. “Beyond the physical activity, there’s a host of benefits such as discovering the world, being aware of traffic and interacting with the environment,” says Guy Faulkner, a professor of health and exercise psychology at the University of Toronto. He’s right. Read more.