Posted by Editoress on 11/17/11
IMBA Canada news for the month of November
Trail Care Crew Application Deadline Extended Until November 21st
In light of recent technical problems with imbacanada.com, the 2012 Trail Care Crew application deadline has been extended until Monday, November 21st.
If you've applied already, please double check this list to verify that we've received your application.
If you have questions about the Trail Care Crew program, or your application, please contact program coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org. More information.
Been involved with a TCC visit this year? We want your feedback so we can continue to improve the program.
ADSVMQ Launches RLAC Program in Quebec
In the wake of the first Québec Trail Summit last spring, ADSVMQ (IMBA Canada's Quebec provincial partner) is proud to announce the implementation of the Comité Québécois des Sentiers (CQS), in order to link up advocates throughout the province.
Based on IMBA Canada’s Regional Leadership Advisory Council (RLAC) model, the newly formed council will focus on the challenges facing mountain biking development whether it is concerning infrastructure or the practice itself. Blog.
Join ADSVMQ and IMBA's Québec Regional Coordinator, Eric Leonard, in Montreal at the premier of From the Inside Out and Live to Ride: Be Free. Benelux Pub, Saturday Nov. 19th. Info.
Make Your Mark on Mountain Biking in 2012
The Annual Fund is IMBA's year-end push to pay for the crucial work we do building, protecting and maintaining the places you love to ride.
Donate now - All gifts of $40 or more earn a free IMBA calendar - full of incredible mountain biking photography All donations get 20% off at the IMBA Canada Store, where you can pick up gear and gadgets, like our new IMBA Canada "Be a link in the chain" tee, in time for the holiday season!
What do you want to see IMBA do in 2012? Take our short poll.
Have Your Say in Toronto's Five Year Parks Plan
Toronto Parks Department is conducting an online survey, and also holding four public consultation sessions this month to assist in the development of a city-wide five year Parks Plan. IMBA's Ontario Regional Coordinator is urging riders help represent the mountain biking community by taking the survey, or by participating in a public meeting.
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