photo by Alyce Shead What a super day! The gathered crowd learned about the great team effort needed to fund and build the pathway and kiosk, install the net-metered solar power, and create the interpretive panels. These latter outline the
YOU’RE INVITED! … to the official celebration of the UNVEILING of the Ganges Harbour interpretive panels, housed in the new kiosk, located across the street from Harbour House on Upper Ganges Road and by the new section of pathway
Chockablock with good news about our latest successes: new pathways completed and under way, a Walking & Hiking Map in the works; more kids in safe helmets, Bike to Work Week, and more. Click on the image to see a
On March 28th and 29th, Partners Creating Pathways oversaw the paving of a short but very significant stretch of the Ganges Village Pathway Network. With hearty thanks to CRD Active Transportation funding, islanders and visitors can now walk and wheel
Following a half-hour business meeting, we are delighted to present an illustrated talk by KEN MELAMED. He will discuss how to make Salt Spring a premier, green destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with an emphasis on cycling. He was Whistler’s mayor
Cheers for our latest pathway, from Churchill Road to Leisure Lane. Click here to see and read about it (scroll about half-way down). It’s in good and happy use by many pedestrians, cyclists, and mobility aid users. An added and much
The Victoria Foundation has a new Island Pathways webpage in its Community Knowledge Centre directory. Click on the underlined links to get to these pages. Our continuing thanks for their help funding our pathways.
The Capital Regional District (CRD), the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society and Island Pathways have teamed up to offer a specially crafted Ride On! cycling program for rural riding in the Gulf Islands on Sunday, October 5th, 2014. This