TCT is committed to providing Canadians with a national network of safe, healthful greenway trails in its bold pursuit of connecting the Trail by 2017.
Greenways are sections of the Trail reserved in the summer for walking, hiking, running, biking, horseback riding and canoeing.» Read more about TCT's commitment to greenways
The Trans Canada Trail is embarking on a bold plan that will see the full connection of the Trail as a celebration project for Canada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Confederation, in 2017.
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Oct. 3 2013: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announces funding to connect TCT in southern Ontario.
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News from the Trail
One of the “greatest hikes in Canada” is getting even better
The Meewasin Valley Trail, named one of the “Top 10 Greatest Hikes In Canada” by Readers Digest, is getting better and longer. Trans Canada Trail and PotashCorp were delighted to announce significant funding towards expanding this trail system on Oct. 17, during a sod-turning ceremony to officially launch the construction of a new [...]
P.E.I. to complete Trans Canada Trail on Island by 2014
It was a momentous day on the Trail in Vernon River, P.E.I. on Oct. 8 as TCT president & CEO Deborah Apps announced $1.4-million in funding to finish connecting the Trail in the province. The W. Garfield Weston Foundation donated $1 million to the Trail in P.E.I. and Trans Canada Trail contributed $400,000. [...]