Small town collaboration a big win for AST in Blind River

Small town collaboration a big win for AST in Blind River

Located on the scenic North Channel of Georgian Bay, Blind River (pop. 3,500) is the smallest community to benefit from the OAST Fund. But that hasn’t prevented it from striving to make big things happens to improve the active journey to school for its students.     ...
Innovating new approaches to AST in Markham

Innovating new approaches to AST in Markham

A grant from the OAST Fund has been the catalyst for piloting a unique approach to boosting AST in the City of Markham.  The York Region DSB, York Catholic DSB, City of Markham and other partners have been developing and testing a new six-tiered program model that is...
Telling the AST Story

Telling the AST Story

This OAST Network coaching session explores the principles of effective storytelling as a way to help strengthen active school travel communications. With examples from the world of AST and beyond. WATCH/LISTEN TO THE COACHING SESSION VIEW THE SLIDES VIEW THE Q &...
Signs of the Time: School Wayfinding Best Practices

Signs of the Time: School Wayfinding Best Practices

The Signs of the Time: School Wayfinding Best Practices webinar was held on 12 May 2020. The webinar highlighted current best practices in wayfinding for schools. With case studies from four different communities: London, York Region, City of Toronto, and Ville de...