• Dunrae Gardens Elementary School in Town of Mount Royal launched the Trottibus Walking School Bus program, an initiative of the Canadian Cancer Society, on May 24. This is a pedestrian bus that allows elementary school children to walk to school safely through planned routes, and under the supervision of screened volunteers. Students reap the healthy benefits of walking to school as opposed to taking the school bus. Dunrae Gardens has become the first EMSB participant in the Trottibus initiative. Pictured here are the 16 Trottibus panticipants, with volunteers, principal Elena Zervas and Canadain Cancer Society volunteer Vanessa Simic. (Photo by Wendy Singer)
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