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Whether you're ready or not, it's June, and the water is warm! (Or finally swimmable, anyway. We are in Canada, after all.)

In this month's issue, one of our partners, Naturally Superior Adventures, coaxes us out onto our great lakes, rivers and oceans, encouraging us to take time to appreciate our abundant natural resource, and be thankful for it.

If you're hoping to join us for our Connection Celebration event in Ottawa on August 26, we've also got information to help you plan your travel.

See you out there on the Trail!
Big Canoes on The Great Trail

Lake Superior offers a spectacular way to cross The Great Trail from Sault Ste Marie to Thunder Bay - why not do it by canoe, or, even better, 36-foot birchbark voyageur canoe? 
 
One Great Lake, Six Great Journeys

Planning your July 1 celebrations? Our partner, Naturally Superior Adventures, has six exciting ways for you to paddle your way to fun.
 


Join Trans Canada Trail in Ottawa on August 26 for our cross-Canada connection celebration

Trans Canada Trail is trekking over to Major's Hill Park in Ottawa! On August 26, from noon to 2 p.m., TCT will celebrate connection across Canada with music, food trucks and giveaways. 
 
New Point Zero East

Cape Spear, Newfoundland, is the eastermost point in North America and TCT is proud to announce that, as of last Thursday, it became The Great Trail's new Point Zero East. A new partnership with the East Coast Trail Association made connection of this section of the Trail possible. 
Sarah Jackson completes her walk on The Great Trail

They said it would takes up to two years, two months and one week to walk across the country, but for Sarah Jackson, it took just one day less than two years. On a journey that took her from Victoria, B.C., in 2015, to St. John's, N.L., in 2017, the courageous 24-year-old from Edmonton, Alberta, finished her trek yesterday.
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