Fall Cycling Mentorship Program

CultureLink Health and Recreation News

The Mississauga Cycles project is thrilled to announce a Mentorship Program this fall in both Mississauga and West Toronto! In this program, newcomer residents (“mentees”) are matched with residents (“mentors”) who live in their community. After receiving online training, newcomer participants are loaned a quality bicycle, helmet and lock and take part in rides with their Mentor to enjoy the …

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June is Bike Month!

CultureLink Health and Recreation News, Uncategorised

Happy Bike Month from CultureLink! As Bike Month ramps up, so do the cycling projects at CultureLink! Bike Hub at 15 Tobermory Drive The team at the Bike Hub continues to support local cyclists and provide new opportunities to those who wish to cycle and learn about bike repair. As with all other programmings, the Bike Hub has had to …

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Newcomers On The Move With Mississauga Cycles

CultureLink Health and Recreation News, Mentorship News

Despite challenging times, the Mississauga Cycles project has continued for a second year, running a mentorship program for 32 newcomers in the city of Mississauga. Through the summer and Bike Month, newcomers and mentors connected to their city, by bike! Read their stories of growth, discovery, independence and adventure. Riding Through Nature “Amidst this pandemic, the Mississauga cycling program was …

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CultureLink Health and Recreation News

The ‘Families & Educators for Safe Cycling’ program is part of the Bike to School Project, our award-winning cycling program developed with Cycle Toronto. It provides free Cycling presentations and resources to schools, through a dedicated team of volunteers. From Bike Host participant to Cycling advocate One of our great volunteers at CultureLink’s Sustainable Communities department is Najia Zewari. Like …