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Dear <<First Name>>,

We hope you had a wonderful Labour Day weekend, and that you’re feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to explore The Great Trail of Canada wherever you are!

At TCT, we have an exciting month ahead. First and foremost, we’re delighted to publish our latest annual report. During the past fiscal year, we have been honoured to support essential Trail developments to improve accessibility, to convert interim roadways to greenways, to provide support to Indigenous-led projects and to help repair damage caused by natural disasters. And, despite the pandemic, we’re thrilled to be able to continue that important work with your generous support. You can find out more about last year’s activities and events via the link below.

We also have a number of exciting announcements planned over the next few weeks, which we can’t wait to share with you. So, stay tuned for updates!

And if you’re wondering what a trail, a bridge and a helicopter could have in common, a new video from our friends in Manitoba could provide the answer! The short documentary shares an insider’s view of how a bridge was moved from Winnipeg to a section of The Great Trail in Whiteshell Provincial Park.
Our annual report is now online!
Our latest annual report looks back at the highlights of another exciting year on The Great Trail of Canada. Discover the stories of dedicated trail volunteers, generous donors and staff who made the achievements of the past fiscal year possible.
Read our annual report
In this fascinating video from Pier Solutions, discover how two bridges were refurbished and installed in a new location in Whiteshell Provincial Park.
The Myth of the Great Bike Savior
In this honest, enlightening and important article, Patrick Lucas shares what he learned from the Simpcw Nation in British Columbia, and how trails and outdoor recreation can help us work together towards authentic reconciliation.
9-minute read
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