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Glavinovic, T., Ferguson T., Komenda P., Rigatto C., Duhamel T. A., Tangri N., et al. (2018).  CKD and sedentary time: Results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 72 (4), 529-537. Abstract
Wilk, P., Maltby A., Cooke M., and Forsyth J. (2018).  Correlates of participation in sports and physical activities among Indigenous youth. Aboriginal Policy Studies, 7 (1), 1-23. Abstract
Ryan, C. J., Cooke M. J., Kirkpatrick S. I., Leatherdale S. T., and Wilk P. (2018).  The correlates of physical activity among adult Métis. Ethnicity and Health, 23 (6), 629-648. Abstract
Thakkar, N., Jamnik V., and Ardern C. I. (2018).  Cross-associations between physical activity and sedentary time on metabolic health: a comparative assessment using self-reported and objectively measured activity. Journal of Public Health, 40 (4), e464-e473. Abstract
Canizares, M., and Badley E. M. (2018).  Generational differences in patterns of physical activities over time in the Canadian population: an age-period-cohort analysis. BMC Public Health, 18 (304), 1-11. Abstract
Hajna, S., Dasgupta K., and Ross N. A. (2018).  Laboratory-assessed markers of cardiometabolic health and associations with GIS-based measures of active-living environments. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15 (10), 1-11. Abstract
Biswas, A., Smith P. M., and Gignac M. A. M. (2018).  Naturally occurring workplace facilities to increase the leisure time physical activity of workers: a propensity-score weighted population study. Preventive Medicine Reports, 10 (June), 263-270. Abstract
Hains-Monfette, G., Atoui S., Dancause K. Needham, and Bernard P. (2018).  Objectively measured physical activity and sedentary behaviors in a representative sample of Canadian adults with chronic disease(s) : a cross-sectional study. Working Paper, Abstract