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2017 Trail funding criteria - Canada 150 .pdf
Respect the Envorinment and Sustainable Trail Development Appliation Form.pdf
For Immediate Release
January 31, 2017
COHV Celebrating Canada’s 150 Birthday
Respecting the Environment and Sustainable Trail Development
Toronto, Ontario - The Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) is taking
part in Canada’s year-long Sesquicentennial Anniversary celebrations with the announcement of
a $150,000.00 sustainable trail development funding program open to provincial ATV/ROV
side-by-side and/or off-road motorcycle (ORM) Federations across Canada
The COHV grant contribution for the “Celebrate Canada 150 - Respecting the Environment and
Sustainable Trail Development” funding program is up to 70 percent to build or refurbish
motorized recreational vehicle trails in each province across Canada.
Projects involving construction, upgrade, renovation or rehabilitation of all-terrain vehicle / offroad
motorcycle / ROV side-by-side vehicle trails are eligible. More specifically these projects
New trail construction; Trail upgrade/improvement;
Bridge and water crossing installation and upgrade;
Trail signage installation;
This funding program applies to the 2017 calendar year. As such, projects should be “shovel
ready” and of a scope and size that can be completed by December 15, 2017 by the successful
Across Canada trails are stimulating tourism and recreation-related spending. Local trail users
and visitors provide direct economic benefits to hotels, restaurants, retailers, gas stations and
other businesses as a result of increases in trail activities.
COHV, its member companies and provincial federations want to leave a lasting legacy that will
show Canadians we are proud of our accomplishments and what it takes to build an off-highway
vehicle (OHV) trail that’s both fun and sustainable during Canada’s 150 year celebration.
For more information check out: www.cohv.ca.
Bob Ramsay, COHV
Director of Communications
416-996-9207 – C
Manager of Rider Federations