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Great Canadian Ride ends in P.E.I.

The sixth annual Great Canadian Ride/La Grande Traversée arrived in P.E.I. late last week when eight students from Prince Edward Island secondary schools had the chance to join the ride for this last leg of the cross-Canada journey. This final leg of the relay started from Abram-Village and finish off in Charlottetown Friday. This year, the Great Canadian Ride brought together 275 participants from 120 schools across the country. The cyclists completed a eight-leg relay covering a total distance of more than 2,500 km from west to east. Three junior high students from École Evangeline: Austin Arsenault, Taylor Arsenault and Zachary Gélinas, completed this final segment with a delegation from British Columbia. The other five Islanders taking part were students from La Belle-Cloche School in Souris.
The sixth annual Great Canadian Ride/La Grande Traversée arrived in P.E.I. late last week when eight students from Prince Edward Island secondary schools had the chance to join the ride for this last leg of the cross-Canada journey. This final leg of the relay started from Abram-Village and finish off in Charlottetown Friday. This year, the Great Canadian Ride brought together 275 participants from 120 schools across the country. The cyclists completed a eight-leg relay covering a total distance of more than 2,500 km from west to east. Three junior high students from École Evangeline: Austin Arsenault, Taylor Arsenault and Zachary Gélinas, completed this final segment with a delegation from British Columbia. The other five Islanders taking part were students from La Belle-Cloche School in Souris. - Contributed

The sixth annual Great Canadian Ride/La Grande Traversée arrived in P.E.I. late last week when eight students from Prince Edward Island secondary schools had the chance to join the ride for this last leg of the cross-Canada journey. This final leg of the relay started from Abram-Village and finish off in Charlottetown Friday. This year, the Great Canadian Ride brought together 275 participants from 120 schools across the country. The cyclists completed a eight-leg relay covering a total distance of more than 2,500 km from west to east. Three junior high students from École Evangeline: Austin Arsenault, Taylor Arsenault and Zachary Gélinas, completed this final segment with a delegation from British Columbia. The other five Islanders taking part were students from La Belle-Cloche School in Souris.

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