MONTREAL, June 21, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Trans Canada Trail invites all Canadians to Go the Greenway. This national campaign encourages trail enthusiasts across the country to visit greenway.tctrail.ca and let the rest of Canada know what their green trail represents to them.
"Greenways with self-propelled summer activities are enjoyed by millions of Canadians every day," says TCT President and CEO Deborah Apps. "They connect communities, they connect people with places, and they offer Canadians cost-effective places to exercise. We want Canadians to celebrate their greenway trails and share their stories with us and the rest of Canada."
Greenway trails are designated self-propelled, summer trails that create healthy recreation and transportation opportunities by providing people of all ages with attractive, safe, accessible places to bike, walk, hike or jog.
About the Trans Canada Trail
The Trans Canada Trail is a national non-profit organization that supports the development and use of a national trail network that links millions of Canadians from coast to coast to coast, through hundreds of communities and across incredible landscapes. Partnering with the Government of Canada, sponsors and donors, the Trans Canada Trail supports the work of more than 400 local trail groups and thousands of volunteers across the country through grants and promotion of their efforts to build and sustain the world's longest and grandest recreational trail.
For further information:
Julie Brouard, Director, Communications
Trans Canada Trail