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GCAT is a non-profit advocacy group increasing the quantity, quality and safety of active transportation in Guelph.

     

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We are achieving our mission by: 

  • Establishing partnerships and collaborating with residents & organizations to support the Coalition.
  • Working with local government, businesses & residents to promote, advocate and achieve active transportation targets.
  • Empowering and educating people to participate effectively in the decision-making process related to active transportation planning & design.
  • Engaging the community in active transportation events

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Come to GCAT’s Annual General Meeting and After Party!

Guelph Coalition for Active Transportation invites the public to GCAT’s  Annual General Meeting and after party on Feb. 21!

Join us to hear about the accomplishments and goals of GCAT to make Guelph one of the best places in Ontario for cycling and walking. Our guest speaker will be Jamie Stuckless, Executive Director of Share the Road Cycling Coalition. Her topic is “How Bikes Make Cities Better”

Share the Road works to influence legislative change in Ontario, unite cycling organizations from across the province and work with and on behalf of municipalities to enhance their ability to make their communities more bicycle-friendly

Come out and get inspired!

Location: Red Papaya

Time: 7-8 pm for AGM*, Registration begins at 6:30pm 
8-10 pm for after party. Come to one or both!

Free apps and great door prizes!!!! (Thank you Guelph Solar and other sponsors!)

*We are actively taking memberships, online, at the Guelph Farmers’ Market on Jan. 26 and Feb. 9, as well as at the AGM. Please see gcat.ca for more details. All members of the public are invited to the AGM but only GCAT members can vote.

Please let us know in advance if you are interested in running as a board member for GCAT. We meet once a month, and participate in other GCAT related events.

Photo of Jamie Stuckless courtesy of Tyson Burger, Big Red Oak

 

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