Thanks to trail volunteers and partners, The Great Trail is connected to 150+ communities across Ontario. The dream of a cross-country Trail is now a reality and the original goal, nearly 25 years in the making, has been achieved with the help of partners, donors and all levels of government. The Great Trail now consists … Continue reading Chair’s Message
This year, Canada celebrated a major milestone: the connection of The Great Trail from coast to coast to coast. What did it take to make this dream a reality and what does the future hold? The Globe & Mail recently featured stories about The Great Trail from across Canada. View the stories online: https://globeandmail.thegreattrail.ca/
A time capsule containing items contributed by Trans Canada Trail Ontario (TCTO), the City of Thunder Bay, St. Ignatius High School, and numerous other community agencies and partners, was buried today at Lorne Allard Fisherman’s Park. This project was funded in part by the Province of Ontario and Ontario150 to mark the celebration of #Canada150. View … Continue reading Time Capsule Buried at Lorne Allard Fisherman’s Park
The Trans Canada Trail / The Great Trail was honoured by Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Elizabeth Dowdeswell during a reception at Queen's Park. . . .
The TCT blueways Planning Strategy is a recommended approach to planning a Blueway from conception through to operation. The planning strategy serves to inform Blueways planners of a process toward resolution of potential issues and to inspire opportunities for enhancement. Each organizing group can determine for themselves the appropriate level of detail that is required for their particular … Continue reading Blueways Planning Process
No one can say for sure what Prince Township will look like in 25 years, but judging from the August turnout at Gros Cap Marina Park to celebrate Canada 150 along The Great Trail, Joanie McGuffin expects it to be a magnet for visitors craving some ecotherapy. “What you have uniquely in this township is … Continue reading Prince Township Ontario 150 Time Capsule