Spring into Spring

Spring into Spring

The Spring season is a great time to think about getting active outdoors more often! Walking or wheeling to school gives kids opportunity to experience the seasonal changes in their environment and see plants and animals appearing after the winter. Many schools...
Winter Walk Day

Winter Walk Day

Winter Walk Day is celebrated by schools across Canada on the first Wednesday of February each year. These activity ideas and resources will help in planning and promoting Winter Walk Day events: Activity Ideas Sheet Tips for Winter Walking Sample school news...
Walk to School Month

Walk to School Month

International Walk to School Month (iWALK) is an annual mass celebration of active transportation taking place around the world every October. Hundreds of Ontario schools participate in iWALK each year, with many holding their events on iWALK Day, the first Wednesday...
The important role of school crossing guards

The important role of school crossing guards

  Green Communities Canada has produced a guide on behalf of the Ontario Traffic Council documenting the important role of crossing guards. Also included are summaries of programs and initiatives being implemented across the province to promote active school...
Bike to School Week

Bike to School Week

Many schools in Ontario celebrate Bike to School events during May or June. These are often combined with bike rodeo or other cycling education activities. See this Bike to-School Week Activity Ideas Sheet for inspiration. Schools within the Greater Toronto and...

Number of Students

Please answer one of the following questions to give the number of students who will walk/walked to school on your event day(s).

If you are completing this survey in advance of your event(s), enter the Expected number of students and we will follow-up by email to confirm actual numbers prior to mailing your Certificate of Participation.

If you had more than one day of events, please enter the numbers of walkers on your highest-participant event day.