Funded projects announced
A row of kids giving thumbs up

Twelve community projects have been selected by Green Communities Canada to receive a total of $1.15M in funding towards actions that will make a lasting contribution to active school travel.

Read a summary of the 12 funded projects here.

The projects were chosen from an impressive list of applications from all parts of the province, representing a wide range of proponents, partners, and activities. Click on the red markers on the map below for information on the funded project.

 

The Fund is made possible through a financial contribution from the Government of Ontario.

The first round of funding applications were received in Spring 2018. The second call for proposals took place in Fall 2018.

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