Coordinator Corner

June 5 – 11, 2022


Green Action Centre is here to help you bring the Commuter Challenge to your workplace!

Step 1Register your workplaceSelect ‘Manitoba‘ and then your city/town/village. Input your company name, your name, contact information, number of employees, and how you found out about the event.

Step 2: Once you are registered, obtain your unique registration link (URL). Send this to your co-workers for an easy registration.

Step 3Check out the Coordinator Resources & Materials to learn the most effective ways to lead and promote the Commuter Challenge.

We’re here to help! Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have to make the Challenge a success for you and your team(s)!


Jack Frost Challenge 2023 Events

Check out our events for this Jack Frost Challenge 2023!

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Register for the 2023 Jack Frost Challenge for Kids to participate and win prizes!

Registration is now OPEN! Jack Frost Challenge 2023

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Scheduled Events

Pop-Up Pit-Stops | Clean Air Day Events

We are celebrating Clean Air Day X Commuter Challenge with a variety of “Pop-up Pit-Stops” on June 8, 2022.

You can expect to see us at the following locations:

  • True North Square for Lunch & “Lawn” Games;
  • Nonsuch Brewery for Beers & Bike Repairs with Natural Cycleworks;
  • AND at the Legislature Grounds for your Clean Air Commute!

Register for the Commuter Challenge to be the first to get all the information on these exciting events!


Coordinator Essentials

We want to see the Commuter Challenge continue to grow in Manitoba. We need your help to do that!

Access our Promotional Materials

We provide posters, social media graphics, and more to help you champion sustainable commuting within your workplace. 

Access our Coordinator Resources

We provide the resources, templates, and tips to help you champion sustainable commuting within your workplace. 

Why participate? 

For Our Planet

Commuting by car is the largest single source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Manitoba. GHG emissions are the leading cause of climate change and air pollution.

 For Our Health

Less than half of all Manitobans get enough physical activity. Using sustainable transportation allows people to incorporate physical activity into their daily routines.

For Our Wallet

The average cost to own and operate a vehicle can range from $8,500 – $11,500 or higher each year based on the typical 18,000 km driven. Choose alternative modes to save money. 

What we did in 2021

Manitoba was named the top province in Canada, coming out on top for most workplaces, participants, and kilometres!



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