Celenna Ciuro joins Green Communities Canada as Project Coordinator for the new Ontario Active School Travel project.
The Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) pulled out all the stops this year to promote International Walk to School Day (IWALK). The result: 46 schools participated -- 60 percent of all UGDSB schools. Of the participating schools, 15 achieved student...
Green Communities Canada is receiving $3.5 M over the next three years (2017-20) for a project to boost active school travel across the province of Ontario. Ontario Active School Travel, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education, includes two main elements:...
ONTARIO IS committing more than $3m over the next three years to roll out active school travel across Ontario.
International Walk to School Day (IWALK) is Wednesday 4 October 2017. Thousands of schools will be participating in IWALK throughout October. If your school is celebrating walking to school this month, register your event to receive a Certificate of Participation....
The Ottawa Active & Safe Routes to School program is hiring a Facilitator.
Research shows that school crossing guards can increase rates of walking to school.
A new website urges support for a Canadian active transportation strategy that will boost everyday walking, cycling, and active school travel.
This webinar showcases Canadian cycling education programs.