The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s National Bike for Wildlife put pedal to pavement on August 14th and will soon be coming through Quebec. CWF Athletic Ambassador Angella Goran began her 6,000 kilometre cycle across Canada from Victoria on her way to Halifax, raising awareness about wildlife conservation and the importance of getting outdoors to connect with nature. She’ll visit schools and community centres along the way, and use social media to update her progress.
“Being outside can inspire all of us,” Goran says. “Whether your passion is cycling, walking, swimming or bird-watching, experiencing our natural world is an incredible opportunity as well as a gift."
The Bike for Wildlife will be stopping in 6 communities in Quebec starting October 15th. At select stops, Angella will be joining in on a variety of community activities from conservation presentations to visiting area schools and more.
The goal at CWF remains the same: encouraging Canadians to get outside and raise awareness for wildlife conservation programs. For a full list of event ride stops in Quebec, see the schedule below.
CWF's Bike for Wildlife will highlight how the organization has been connecting Canadians to nature and making a difference to at-risk wildlife. CWF is urging Canadians to explore all that nature has to offer and take this unique opportunity to make a connection with the great outdoors in your own communities. For more information about how get involved, visit bikeforwildlife.ca or contact CWF at 1-800-563-9453.
CWF’s Bike for Wildlife Event Stops in Quebec
- Hudson: Tuesday, Oct 16th
- Montreal: Tuesday, Oct 16th
- Trois Rivieres: Thursday, Oct 17th
- Quebec City: Friday, Oct 18th
- Baie St. Paul: Saturday, Oct 20th
- Riviere du Loup: Sun, Oct 21st
At select stops, Angella Goran will be participating in local community and school events. She is available for interviews during the morning at each location. Please contact Annie Langlois at 613.599.9594 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Joining Angella on her journey will be CWF’s generous Bike for Wildlife sponsors:
Burnbrae Farms Limited Burnbrae Farms Limited is a family owned and operated company that has been producing eggs and egg products for over 70 years. The company has egg grading, breaking, and farming operations across Canada and markets such brands as Naturegg Omega 3 and Simply Egg Whites. Burnbrae Farms, as the lead sponsor, is powering the ride with protein to help CWF encourage youth to lead healthy, active lifestyles. For more information visit burnbraefarms.com
Johnson Inc. is a leading provider of home, auto and travel insurance. In addition to sponsoring this initiative, Johnson Inc is helping ensure that Angella is personally supported by providing travel coverage through MEDOC travel insurance. During her journey, Johnson will share with youth the importance of proper bike safety.
Just Green Lifestyle provides carbon offset products that give Canadians of all backgrounds the opportunity to offset their own household carbon emissions. They will support CWF in ensuring that the bike ride is carbon-neutral.
ESKA Waters is the water sponsor for the ride, and is contributing resources to help children learn the importance of re-using and recycling water bottles.
Sportstats is a leading provider of software to support athletic events, and in addition to their sponsorship they will assist CWF in spreading the word about the ride among Canada’s athletic and cycling communities.
Primo Trailer Sales is providing CWF with a support vehicle to ensure that Angella and her team remains safe and healthy during her journey from coast to coast.
About the Canadian Wildlife Federation:
The Canadian Wildlife Federation is a national non-profit charitable organization dedicated to ensuring an appreciation of our natural world and a lasting legacy of healthy wildlife and habitat. By spreading knowledge of human impacts on the environment, developing and delivering educational programs, sponsoring research, promoting the sustainable use of natural resources, recommending policy changes and co-operating with like-minded partners, CWF encourages a future in which Canadians can live in harmony with nature. For more information, visit CanadianWildlifeFederation.ca.
For more information please contact:
Annie Langlois Jerika Bradford
HWW Coordinator Public Relations Officer
Canadian Wildlife Federation Canadian Wildlife Federation
613-599-9594 x228 613-599-9594 x219