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As the seasons change, so do our activities and perspectives. There’s nothing like time spent outdoors on the Trail, taking an opportunity to pause and reflect, knowing that we are connected by the Trail beneath us, all across the country.  

Great Canadian Hikers Went the Distance! 

Over 12,000 participants logged an astounding 122,525 collective hours on the Trail during this year’s Great Canadian Hike, far surpassing our goal! 
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In Memory of
Cory Trépanier 

We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Cory Trépanier, renowned nature artist and longtime friend of Trans Canada Trail.  

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On Giving Tuesday, STEP UP for Future Generations  

November 30 is Giving Tuesday and a generous donor will be matching all gifts made today! Double your impact by supporting TCT. 
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Wild Places, Wild Faces: A Year in Nature 

Amateur nature photographers Scott and Trevor Haldane, a father and son duo, recently hosted a photography presentation in support of Trans Canada Trail.
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The Island Walk – a New Route to Explore 

A new initiative by Island Trails welcomes visitors to complete the Island Walk, a 700-kilometre journey around Prince Edward Island. 
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Camp KM Challenge: Supporting TCT in January 

We’re excited to be the official charity partner of Camp KM Virtual Challenge, part of the Canada Running Series, happening January 1 to 31.  
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Hiking Bridge Named after Tireless Champion of TCT 

A hiking bridge along the Trans Canada Trail in Chilliwack, BC, was dedicated to a man who has spent thousands of volunteer hours maintaining local trails. 

BlindSquare App Helps Hikers with Visual Impairments 

The BlindSquare app helps people with visual impairments navigate their surroundings and is now available for some trails in Fish Creek Park (Calgary, Alberta). 

Conversations with Candice: Trail Accessibility 

Christina Giffen, Coordinator, Programs & Inclusion Initiatives at TCT, was interviewed by blogger/vlogger Candice about accessibility on the Trail. 

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