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.




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WoW Thunder Bay Active School Travel Champions

Tom Flood’s The Humble Bicycle

Tom Flood’s A Lifetime of Firsts

Caroline Cox, EcoSuperior
Fenella Hood, Ontario Active School Travel
April Hadley, Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Leslie Maxwell, Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region
Nina Camilleri, Ottawa Student Transportation Authority

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