It is a national policy document that is intended to move the country.* Informed and inspired by Indigenous perspectives and input from many organizations and leaders, the Common Vision is for all that have a stake in promoting physical activity and reducing sedentary living in Canada. [...] The Common Vision serves to complement and align with other relevant policies, strategies and frameworks: Common Vision Areas of Focus Areas of Convergence+ Amplify and Align Cultural Adopting a Norms Life-Course Approach Improving Physical Activity Access Canadian Sport Policy Through Sport Spaces Equity and and Places Diversity Supporting Active Living, Inclusion Physical Framework for and Acces [...] Additionally, the Common Vision can contribute to addressing the relevant Calls to Action of the Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (2015). [...] These strategic imperatives require Engaged: A Policy on Sport for Women and Girls collaborative attention and are outlined in Part III: The (2009).10 Additionally, the Common Vision is informed Opportunities to help guide a collective approach to by relevant Calls to Action of the Final Report of the policies, planning, priorities and programming across Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2015). [...] The Steering Committee is made up and engagement process; and to the leaders and of sport, physical activity, recreation and health networks of ParticipACTION, Canadian Parks and representatives from the federal, provincial and Recreation Association, Sport Matters Group, Sport territorial governments.