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February 26th is coming quickly, and we don’t know if it will be covid-safe to walk together, so we have two plans in place. Both ensure a fun event and, most importantly, a positive impact for at-risk youth.

The Coldest Night of the Year is about coming together to support those most at risk during the dangerous Canadian winter. This National event brings attention to charities like ours that provide safe places and opportunities for the most vulnerable. We keep young men off the streets, but more than that, we teach the skills that set them up to stay off the streets and out of trouble.

You can earn a new golden toque and join Fernie’s Coldest Night of the Year in two ways this year.

In-Person:

So long as Public Health deems it safe, we will host a 5 km walk in the West Rouge community that begins and ends at our 437 Port Union Rd office for an outdoor celebration. The excitement and hot chocolate will keep us warm even in Canadian February!

Virtual

Celebrate by yourself or with your team on February 26th! You can make your own walk or plan an activity that suits you. Every pickleball game, bike ride, and pushup challenge counts as your CNOY activity, but make sure to share it on social media and tag Fernie so we can celebrate with you!

Youth deserve a safe place to become their best selves. You can make sure they have it.

Join Fernie’s Scarborough East CNOY walk on February 26th, 2022.

cnoy.org/location/scarborougheast

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