Congratulations to all of the Municipalities that have been awarded a WALK Friendly Community designation!

Click on the name of the Municipality below to view highlights from this community, and learn more about their commitment and dedication to being walk friendly!

2016

Bronze
City of Kingston

2015

Silver
City of Peterborough
City of Kitchener

Bronze
Town of Smiths Falls

2014

Silver
City of Mississauga

Bronze
Town of Pelham
Town of Minto

2013

Silver
City of Hamilton
City of Ottawa

Bronze
Town of Richmond Hill
City of London
Town of Wasaga Beach

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From left to right: Kate Hall, WFO Program Manager; (B) Daphne Dufour, representative from the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport; Jenny Legget, Economic Development and Communications Officer, Town of Wasaga Beach; Bernie McColl, Public Health Nurse-Healthy Communities Coordinator, Middlesex-London Health Unit; Ellen Lakusiak, Dietician, Ottawa Public Health; (F) George Flint, Manager of Air Quality, Climate Change and Waste Policy, Town of Richmond Hill; Sharon MacKinnon, Public Health Nurse, Hamilton Public Health; and Steve Molloy, Project Manager, Transportation Master Plan Implementation.

For more inspiration, see this report on stories about communities that have earned a Walk Friendly Community designation in the United States: “Giving Cities Legs: Ideas & Inspirations from Walk Friendly Communities.”