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    Everything Counts!
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The Physical Activity Line (PAL) is British Columbia's primary physical activity counselling service & your FREE resource for practical & trusted physical activity & healthy living information. 

"Our mission is to improve your health through evidence based physical activity guidance tailored to your needs & lifestyle"

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Qualified Exercise Professionals are available Monday to Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM PST, to assist you with all of your physical activity related needs. Call our phone line for FREE exercise and fitness advice regardless of age and medical condition.

Toll Free Number: 1-877-725-1149 |  Lower Mainland: 604-241-2266

You can also email the PAL staff around the clock with any of your questions or concerns at info@physicalactivityline.com & we will be sure to get back to you at our earliest convenience.

Contact us at no cost today. That's correct, it's a FREE service!


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What’s the Key to Being Active? Scheduling It!

Busy, busy, busy. It’s a reality of life nowadays. So how do you fit physical activity in? Schedule it! I know many of you have busy routines and...
30 July 2015

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