Edmonton: SUNDAY OCTOBER 3, 2021
Saskatoon: October 20, 2021
Calgary: October 24, 2021
Choose your race and & join us in the
First Responders Half Marathon
For more information email: email@example.com
Edmonton: THURSDAY, July 16, 2022
Entries will open May 2022
Entries are open to any member of a Law Enforcement agency, paid Fire employee, Volunteer Fire member, Emergency Medical Services technician/provider and those in their immediate family. Our emergency services are comprised of men and women working together for the safety of our communities and this event is no different. Enter one of our individual events or round up your toughest team and compete against other First Responders for a chance to win a buckle while supporting a couple of great charities.
For more information contact: firstwatchrodeo.ca
In-person 100km walk starts at
10 am (Sept 11/21) Avonroy Garden’s Camrose AB
Walk finishes at 10 am (Sept 12/21) at Beaver EMS station in Viking AB
Full and partial distance walk in person or virtual will be accepted
Fundraiser proceeds will support mental wellness initiatives with Legacy Place Society and an Unyielding K9 Emergency Response Team.
Register or donate via link
Contact: Legacy Place Society 403-201-9945
Registered Charity #891549420RR0001
Hop in a canoe on the undeniably beautiful Athabasca River and discover serenity in the remote Canadian wilderness!
Our wilderness canoe trip begins in the town of Hinton, located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and ends in the town of Whitecourt. This engaging 160-km (100-mi) route takes us along some of the most scenic parts of the Athabasca River. We’ll be paddling along the forested river valley and following historic fur trade routes. As there are no towns and houses along the route, you’ll find yourself lost in the pristine nature.
The Athabasca River is the longest river in Alberta and the section located in Jasper National Park is designated as a Canadian Heritage River. The river flows through verdant forests and drains into the Arctic Ocean. Its lush landscapes draw numerous types of plants and wildlife. So keep an eye out for some remarkable wild animals in their natural habitats!
Meeting Point: Choose whether to be picked up at Edmonton or Hinton, Alberta.
$1020 plus GST per person.
Transportation to and from Edmonton
All meals from lunch on day 1 to lunch on day 5
Accommodations in tent campsites along the river
2-person canoes and equipment
Contact: Clarence Wesloski
The Heroes Project is a non-profit organization that helps frontline workers combat PTSD and occupational stress injuries via outdoor recreational therapy.