We Support

We're proud to partner with organizations who work everyday to protect and promote the outdoors and empower people to create amazing outdoor lives.

Sinister Sports logo.

We believe in people. We believe in their ability to push their bodies farther than they ever thought possible. To break records. To inspire others to step up. To rise over and over, despite the odds, and give it every drop of energy and passion that they have.

Whether it is a seasoned athlete who wants to be the best, or a beginner athlete who wants to be a better version of themselves by setting new goals, these are our people.

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The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health logo.

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world's leading research centres in its field. CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.

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Park Bus logo.

Merrell Canada has specifically partnered with Parkbus on their NatureLink program. There are many systemic barriers underprivileged, marginalized, racialized, and underrepresented communities face in gaining access to nature so NatureLink is designed to improve accessibility by providing subsidized transportation and outdoor programming for groups in need.

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Hike MTL logo.

Hike MTL is a community based organization founded by Jamillah Jean, with a goal of empowering, showcasing and normalizing Black, racialized and marginalized groups in reclaiming outdoors spaces through community based activities in the Montreal and Quebec regions.

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Lady Alliance logo.

The Lady Alliance is an inclusive foundation, supporting women+, nonbinary adventurers and allies in the outdoors.

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Happy Trails Racing logo.

Happy Trails Racing is a community organization running trail running programs and races in Ontario, Canada.

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Steel Town Athletic Club logo.

STAC is an organizer of community, road and trail running events in the Greater Hamilton Area in Ontario. Helping people get into running, in a welcoming, comfortable, safe, and fun environment. Running to support athletic opportunities for marginalized, BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ folks.

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Val David Val Morin logo.

The Val-David Val-Morin regional park is a conservation that uses its natural spaces for daily recreational and educational purposes while ensuring sustainability for future generations.

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BIPOC Outdoor Gear Library logo.

BIPOC Outdoor Gear Library is a community-based lending library focused on providing access to outdoor equipment for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) communities of (so-called) Guelph and the surrounding areas. Through collaboration with partners we are working to increase representation of BIPOC communities engaging in outdoor recreation by reducing barriers to access, creating community, and providing resources and education.

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Morin Heights logo.

The Municipality of Morin-Heights maintains a network of multi-activity trails of more than 160 km throughout its territory. It has also managed to protect 17% of its territory as natural green spaces.

In summer, it offers mountain bikers and hikers a network of approximately 30 km of narrow and winding trails, as well as a 58 km linear forest trail. In winter, the Municipality maintains a network of 130 linear km of cross-country ski trails, including 65 km of groomed trails, and is a member of the Réseau de ski de fond des Laurentides. A 15 km network of snowshoeing trails is also accessible in the heart of the village, at Basler Park, and another 5 km of snowshoeing trails have been developed on public land in the sector of Parc des Bouleaux.

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BC Parks Foundation logo.

The BC Parks Foundation is the official charitable partner of BC Parks, who is helping to protect and create equitable access to nature. Their goal is to create the greatest parks system in the world. Through their Outside and Unplugged initiative, they address isolation, mental health and other issues by providing youth, newcomers and marginalized people the opportunity to experience the joy and healing power of BC's beautiful protected areas. Please visit their website to find out how you can get involved in Healthy by Nature.

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