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The Greenest Chef

Do you have an appetite for green & sustainable lifestyle choices? Then join us at the "The Greenest Chef" event in Toronto this Sunday, August 18th

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Craig And Marc Kielburger of Free the Children comment on The Nation to Nation Tour

In their most recent blog post, Craig and Marc Kielburger from Free the Children talk to Nation to Nation Tour Coordinator Matt Schaaf to learn more about Canada's 'two solitudes', the 'covenant chain' that links all peoples, and how the Nation to Nation Tour is one small step toward maintaining the strength and lustre of the silver covenant chain that connects two solitary nations on the same land.

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The Otesha Project and SYC stop by CTV Ottawa Morning to do some yoga!

Laurel Schut of The Otesha Project and Gabriela Rappell, National Director of the Sierra Youth Coalition, stop by the CTV studios to talk about an upcoming Yoga on the Beach fundraiser. Click here to watch the video online!

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The Nation to Nation Bike Tour: a decolonization journey

The Nation to Nation Bike Tour: a decolonization journey, By Katy Quinn, Indigenous Rights Program Coordinator at KAIROS Canada; Published on Rabble.ca on July 23, 2013.

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Just rack it: A guide to buying the perfect bike rack

Whether you're headed out on an Otesha tour this summer or setting off on your own adventures, this infographic has everything you need to know about bike racks! Onwards and upwards!

 

Just Rack It

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Gear up with A\J: How to Be a Bike Advocate

In an interview with Alternatives Journal, Programs Coordinator Kayla Siefried discusses walking the talk, bike safety, and the importance of positivity in promoting city cycling.

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2012 Annual Report: 10 More Years of Change!

The Otesha Project's 2012 Annual Report is now available! Learn more about our 2012 programming and accomplishments, as well as financial data. This report is not just for bedtime reading (zzz...) - it's seriously jam-packed with juicy info! For example, did you know that in 2012, Otesha's tours cycled 4, 835km with about 1,000lbs of gear on each tour?!

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The Otesha Project is HIRING an Ottawa Chapter Bilingual Coordinator!

Are you a charismatic, susty, self-motivated student looking for a summer job where you'll get to further develop your communication skills, help contribute to local community engagement, and learn more about key environmental sustainability and social justice issues?

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Earth Day CTV Feature: Cycling is for Everyone!

Otesha's Kira and Kayla visit the CTV studios to chat about cycling, our upcoming 2013 Tours, The Otesha Book, and bike safety (jingle bells optional).

 

 

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