It builds on a legacy of massive transportation achievements, such as the national railway, and horse-and-cart and canoeing routes.
Trans Canada Trail has given a special name to a circle of influential and visionary leaders who will help connect the Trail and all Canadian: Chapter 150.
Beyond the benefits of exercise, it is becoming increasingly recognized that time spent outside provides significant benefits.
Pierre Camu remembers the day the Trans Canada Trail was born.
The passageways that form the Trans Canada Trail are as intriguing and diverse as the country itself.
Q&A With Mrs. Laureen Harper
With thousands of kilometres of Trail segments that range from urban to rural to ruggedly wild, there’s something for everyone on the Trans Canada Trail.
The Trans Canada Trail adds colour, variety and excitement
The Trans Canada Trail can attribute much of its success to the support of its government partners.
You can walk, roll, paddle, horseback ride and even snowshoe on the Trans Canada Trail.
Step by step, the members of the Wawanosh Seniors have trekked close to 7,000 kilometres of the Trans Canada Trail.
More than 125,000 Canadians have helped to build the Trans Canada Trail (TCT) through their donations to its development and promotion.
The Trail is currently 72 per cent connected, stretching nearly 17,000 kilometres, from Nunavut to British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador.