THE NEED FOR CNIB GUIDE DOGS HAS INCREASED BY 300% DUE TO COVID-19.

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CNIB Guide Dogs

Whether it’s career support, tech training, youth groups, cooking classes or book clubs – our virtual programs are guaranteed to keep you entertained and engaged. Programs are free and available to Canadians who are blind or partially sighted as well as their families, friends and caregivers. Visit our new COVID-19 resources page to learn more about our innovative programs and powerful advocacy. Please note: CNIB offices are open to the public by appointment only. For more information, please call 1-800-563-2642. The Canadian COVID Alert app is now available in six provinces. Please download it to your phone today.

Your support is essential to making the Trail great.

Click to watch Ron James, Canadian comedian and proud supporter of The Great Trail, as he shares an important message with you.

How your support helps

Take a look at just a few sections of the Trail that need your help.

Your gift today will make The Great Trail even greater by:

  • Converting interim roadways to greenways
  • Repairing damaged boardwalks and bridges
  • Reconnecting Trail sections that have been closed due to damage caused by extreme weather
  • Cleaning and clearing overgrown sections of the Trail
  • Making the Trails more accessible for users of all abilities

Did You Know?

  • The Great Trail is the longest network of multi-use recreational trails in the world, stretching over 27,000 kilometres and linking over 15,000 rural, urban and Indigenous communities from coast to coast to coast.
  • The Trail is home to the Columbia River Skywalk, one of the longest pedestrian suspension bridges in North America.
  • The highest point of the Trail is along the Kananaskis Country Trail in Alberta where you can climb up to 2,185 metres
  • Ontario has the longest section of The Great Trail, at over 5,200 kilometres.
  • The Trail is connected, but our work will never be complete. We need your help to ensure The Great Trail is protected and enhanced for future generations of Canadians.

Preserve the longest trail on Earth

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