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FitNation Gallery Exhibition

October 08 - November 12, 2015
Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba


October 8 – November 12, 2015

Rm 215, Architecture 2, Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba

What is Fit Nation?

Communities and organizations are tackling heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and other chronic diseases with a dose of powerful medicine: active design.  Fit Nation brings together projects that showcase the ways design and grassroots strategies are promoting physical activity as part of daily life.  Fit Nation is an exhibition that presents architectural projects that engage and promote healthy and active living for individuals and communities.

FitNation at A2G showcases 

33 projects curated by AIA NY and

19 local projects:

Architecture 49 Bridgwater Forest

Architecture 49 Chief Peguis Trail Greenway

Architecture 49 CMHR

Architecture 49 SC3 Office

Architecture 49 UCN Thompson

Cibinel Architecture Ltd. Active Living Centre

h5a + DPA Ecole Secondaire Kelvin High School Gymnasium + Active Living Centre

Number 10 University of Winnipeg Health & RecPlex

Stantec Seven Oaks Arena,

Stantec WSF Soccer North,

Stantec Winnipeg Indoor Soccer Field

Stantec PCU Centre

Stantec Steinbach Aquatics

Bridgman Collaborative Architecture  Mayfair Recreation Centre

Bridgman Collaborative Architecture East Elmwood Community Centre

Bridgman Collaborative Architecture  The Path to Full Citizenship

1×1 St. Vital Park Pavilion

Endorsements & Support 

Dean’s Office, Faculty of Architecture

Endowment Fund, Faculty of Architecture

Architecture/Fine Arts Library, Libraries

Office of Minister of Health & Deputy Minister of Health and Healthy Living and Seniors – MHHLS

Active Living Centre, University of Manitoba


Cibinel Architecture Ltd.

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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