Inclusion Winnipeg's Wild Winter Canoe Race 2018

par Inclusion Winnipeg

  • lundi, 19 février 2018 de 11:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HNC)
  • Rendez-Vous on Ice at The Forks – Junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers , Winnipeg, MB R3G 1L1

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What:       One-of-a-kind annual event.

How:        No water. No paddles. No problem!  5 totally synchronized teammates

                work one-legged foot power over a snow-packed 200-metre course,

                gliding to an anticipated win.

                This is a high octane dash!  Head to head heats.

                Fastest team wins the grand prize: 

                5 all-inclusive round-trip passes for 2 on Via Rail … and bragging rights!

Why:       Proceeds from the Wild Winter Canoe Race will support the development of  

                an EMERGENCY CARD PROJECT, a communication tool to be used by people with

                communication challenges in situations of distress, crisis or emergency.

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Where:  Rendez-Vous on Ice at The Forks – Junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.

When: Monday, February 19, 2018 (Louis Riel Day) from 11AM-4PM.

An exhilarating addition to the line-up of the Festival du Voyageur!

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Rendez-Vous on Ice at The Forks – Junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers
Winnipeg, MB R3G 1L1

19 février 2018
lundi, 19 février 2018 11:00 Matin (HNC)

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Inclusion Winnipeg - Wild Winter Canoe Race

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Inclusion Winnipeg is a registered charity committed to continually enhancing the lives of people living with intellectual disabilities, supporting families and advancing their human rights and inclusion in the community. Inclusion Winnipeg has three primary roles: 1. the first is to help persons living with intellectual disabilities and their families navigate areas such as health, education, housing, employment and finance; 2. the second, to advocate on their behalf to influence policy and legislation that affects their lives; 3. the third, recognizing that an inclusive community means a welcoming environment for everyone, to build capacity across all environments: recreational, educational and employment.