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Are you ready to Bike the Creek? Celebrate Canada 150 Sat Jun 24 to Bike the Creek, starting at Jim Archdekin Rec Centre. Check out links to maps and instructions for each ride. Did you know? Each route has staggered starts to keep riders spread out safely. Region of Peel is sponsoring a different catering company this year with plenty of ‘large event’ experience. Both meat and vegie meal options. Canada 150 celebrations of heritage in Brampton and Caledon. Play…

The Healing Cycle 2017 June 11th for the 13th annual ride supporting hospice palliative care in Ontario. Brampton Fall Fairgrounds, 12942 Heart Lake Rd. Caledon. People with life-limiting illnesses have the right to die with dignity, free of pain and surrounded by their loved ones. Through our annual Healing Cycle Ride, the Healing Cycle Foundation raises funds for hospice palliative care programs in Ontario, enabling them to provide quality end-of-life care for people with terminal illnesses and their loved ones. Early…

Grow Green Eco Pledge Launch on Earth Day Sat Apr 22 10am-2pm, Teramoto Park (NW corner Queen St W & Chinguacousy). Sign up for Eco Pledge in support of Brampton’s Grow Green vision of becoming a sustainable community; one that is economically, environmentally and socially healthy and resilient. Brampton Grow Green Environmental Master Plan targets the 5 elements: Air, Land, Water, Energy, Waste and People. What better way than to have Brampton’s cycling community commit to an Eco Pledge target, since every…

It’s time to register for Bike to School Week 2017! Bike to School Week (B2SW) 2017 is a celebration of cycling and active transportation from May 29 to June 2, 2017. Schools in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon participated last year through bike rodeos, school assemblies, group rides, and more!     Education staff: Register at biketoschoolweek.ca by Friday April 28th to ensure that your school receives all the free promotional items! Parents: Encourage your schools to register — send them this…

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