Drs Miranda Fidler-Benaoudia and Christine Friedenreich are leading a project entitled “AYA-PACT: Adolescents and Young Adults be-coming Physically Active after Cancer Trial” that has been funded for five years for $952,425 as a CIHR Project Grant. The aim of this trial is to determine if a home-based, mobile health (mHealth) physical activity intervention can increase physical activity levels by at least 90 minutes/week compared to baseline in AYA cancer survivors. The project is a two-center randomized controlled trial of 320 AYA cancer survivors living in Alberta and within 12 months of completing treatment. The control group will receive educational information only. The intervention group will also receive a personalized physical activity plan, an activity tracker watch, access to a private, online survivor com-munity, motivational text messages and check-in calls/e-mails. Fitness testing and questionnaires will be completed at baseline, 6 and 12 months to assess if the intervention increased physical activity levels and improved health outcomes among the participants in the inter-vention group compared to controls. A final measurement at 24 months will test long-term use. The co-investigators on this project are Drs Kerry Courneya (who will be Edmonton site lead), Ron Barr, Todd Duhamel, Natalie Logie, Sarah McKillop, Jessica McNeil, Maria Parrilla Lopez, Fiona Schulte and Kevin Thorpe. The team also includes several AYA patient navigators and patient partners who co-designed the project and will be involved in the study as collaborators.