Collaboration Builds Community

The Crow Wing Trail Association formed in 1999 to build a section of the Trans Canada Trail from Emerson to Winnipeg, Manitoba. The trail celebrates a historical trade route, and…


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How hard work, collaboration and vision are turning Kouchibouguac National Park into a year round cycling destination.

This past week I had the pleasure to travel to Kouchibouguac National Park for their Fat Bike Week festivities. It was great to see the turnout for such a successful event, and it…


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Hinton Bike Park

Hinton, Alberta is an hour east of Jasper and at first glance it may appear to be no more than a bunch of hotels, gas stations and restaurants on Route 16. That may have been the…


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Trail Specialists Congregate South of the Border

Last week saw the North American IMBA Trail Solutions’ staffs converge on the small town of Sandy, Oregon. Situated just over an hour east of Portland, Sandy is home to a new…


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Putting the ‘I’ back in IMBA

Big things are on the horizion for IMBA Canada in 2012.


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Toronto Trails Strategy Under Way

There is a lot going on in Toronto these days when it comes to mountain bicycling and trails.  We've got the Sunnyside Bike Park project led by Hoots Inc. moving forwards, the…


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Mountain Town Playground – Canmore, AB

If you've ever visited Canmore, you understand the grasp the mountains can have on your heart. You get mesmerized by the towering peaks that surround you and it inspires you to…


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Working together makes a difference in Chatham-Kent

This week we found ourselves in the Chatham-Kent region of southern Ontario. Having come from the Niagara Escarpment we noticed the lack of hills and rock right away. We prayed…


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Fall print newsletter now online

I'm happy to announce that my glossy, print edition of ITN Canada has arrived in the mail! This season's edition includes coverage of the IMBA World Summit in Santa Fe, profiles…


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Funding to Rossland’s Kootenay Columbia Trail Society threatened

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society, in Rossland, BC, is looking for your support to help insure future funding from the City of Rossland! Please see the message below, via…


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