Meridian Million Minutes Activity Challenge

It's a challenge to the disability community, and our friends and family, to record a million minutes of physical activity. If enough of us do even 20 minutes of activity each day this summer, we'll see who is the most active community in Ontario!


About ParaSport® Ontario

ParaSport® Ontario provides support to all members of the disability community to find and participate in adapted sport and activity programs for better physical function and quality of life. Through our TRY ME program, equipment is available for rent to individuals, schools, events, community clubs, rehabilitation centers, and disability service organizations.

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Need new equipment and don't have the funds?

ParaSport Ontario has gathered our go-to fundraising tips for all Minute Makers who are fundraising for adaptive sports equipment. Download the PDF by clicking the button below!


About the Challenge

With the support of the Meridian Credit Union, ParaSport® Ontario wants to make history in Ontario. There are plenty of physical activities that we can still do to be active. Let’s do them together. Let’s record a million minutes of physical activity this summer for some fun bragging rights – Canada’s most active disability community! 

Play to Podium Fund

For some, the desire to play basketball comes with the need of a sports wheelchair. Playing hockey… a sled. Biking with friends… a handcycle. To sprint around the track… a racing wheelchair. ParaSport® Ontario’s Play to the Podium Fund gets recipients in the game with the equipment they need. Help us by donating today!

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Your Personal Fitness Expert

Paul Gabay, certified personal trainer and own of Resolution Fitness, is here to answer your questions about getting and staying active. 


Before anyone rushes to working out on any piece of equipment, remember to seek the advice from your doctor, qualified therapist or trainer.


With over 20-year’s experience, Paul Gabay offers expert advice, quality fitness equipment, consulting services, floor plan design, and support related to fitness equipment repair and maintenance. 

Adaptive Fitness equipment is beneficial for individuals with mobility challenges, due to disability and acquired injuries. It will help them stay in shape, improve joint mobility, blood circulation, cardiovascular activity and muscle strength. 
Paul Gabay headshot photo. He is wearing a black athletic tank top.

Have a fitness-related question? Ask Paul!

Fill out this form to submit your question(s) to Paul. 

I am excited to take part in this campaign and use this to raise the funds I require to compete in ParaGolf. The #MillionMinutes Campaign is challenging those with a disability to get active. The goal is to collectively add up one million minutes of activity.

My goal is to raise $2500 for new equipment. I am setting a goal of 90 minutes average of exercise/activity per day. My total goal is 2700 Minutes.

- Chris Garner, Niagara Falls Resident

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