Help Make Canada Bike Friendly - Support A National Cycling Strategy
Our country can benefit immensely from joining the many countries that have developed a national cycling strategy. A national cycling strategy is a plan to achieve the overall goal of more cycling written in consultations with the public and stakeholders. It is evidence-based, includes financial implications and results in a set of policies, guidelines and actions. A Canadian cycling strategy will guide all levels of government and partners as they work to improve conditions for cycling across the country.
Last June, we stood next to Minister McKenna on the steps of Parliament as she called for the development of a national cycling strategy. Since then we have been working closely to ensure that pedestrians and children getting to school are just as integral to our plan and see strategies of their own developed too. Now 141 organizations from across the country have joined our call.
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Please join me in helping to make Canada safer for people who cycle and walk. Send a email in support of a National Cycling Strategy and Federal Funding for bike paths in your community.
Let the National Leaders know how a National Cycling Strategy would cycling safer and more enjoyable for you, your family and friends.
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Your generous contribution will help us mobilize the support needed to convince the Provincial and Federal Governments to make bold investments in cycling & walking through:
- Outreach to organizations and businesses
- Petitioning to show the government that a lot of people support better cycling
- Meeting with politicians and staff
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