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$125,000 Goal
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Wounded Warriors Canada Highway of Heroes Ride

In 2013, Nova Scotia renamed a section of Highway 111 to the Highway of Heroes to celebrate the courageous work of all Nova Scotia Veterans and First Responders with the idea coming from the Canadian Army Veterans’ Motorcycle Unit.  The Highway of Heroes (Highway 111) is a13 kilometre stretch of road in Halifax which begins at the MacKay Bridge and ending at Pleasant Street.

The Highway of Heroes Bike Ride NS will take a group of riders from the Aviation Museum at Canadian Armed Forces Base Greenwood to Citadel Hill, Halifax to raise funds and awareness in support of those living with Operational Stress Injuries like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The ride carries forward the ethos of Wounded Warriors Canada to Honour the Fallen and Help the Living.

There are currently six highways in Canada carrying the moniker Highway of Heroes. The first is a 170 kilometre portion of Ontario’s 401 running from Trenton to Toronto. It was named in 2007, reflecting its use as the route for funeral convoys carrying fallen Canadian Armed Forces service men and women from CFB Trenton to the coroner’s office in Toronto.  This year, Nova Scotia becomes the third province to host a Wounded Warriors Canada, Highway of Heroes Bike Ride.

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Top Fundraisers

Dean Peach$1,385.00
colin craig$1,330.00
Melissa Coleman$1,295.00
Leann Turnbull$1,250.00
Susan Herbison$1,085.00
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