February is the month of the Jack Frost Challenge at Green Action Centre, and we invite all GoManitoba users to join in the fun! As a GoManitoba user, you have MORE chances to win great prizes!
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The Jack Frost Challenge – Bougeons en Hiver is all about getting outside to move in the winter.
Yes, it can be cold and snowy, but with the right clothing (and layers) embracing the season can have so many positive effects on our health and well-being. Did you know, outdoor activity has benefits above and beyond those indoors? Getting outside is linked to improved mental well-being, self-esteem and mood!
- TWO Provincial Park Passes
- A Daytripper’s Guide To Manitoba by Bartley Kives (published by Great Plains Publications)
- Privilege by Jason Patrick Rothery (published by Great Plains Publications)
- Two tickets to Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, presented by Shakespeare In The Ruins
- Let’s Keep Warm travel mug
- THREE $10 gift cards to The Forks
- and MORE!
How To Participate
As a GoManitoba user, simply log your trips through the month of February in your Commute Calendar. If you haven’t yet used this cool feature, learn how to Track Your Travel here.
NEW FEATURE: You can now sync your fitness app to GoManitoba!
Each time you log an active mode in the Commute Calendar, you will earn points for this contest. The more points you earn, the more chances you have to win! The Jack Frost Challenge is all about outdoor activity, but we know walking and biking to work or school isn’t possible for everyone. Did you know, by carpooling and taking transit, you are more likely to up your activity level during the day? Be sure to log the walk to and from the bus stop, or take a walking break to add those kms!
MORE Chances to Win!
Take part in the official Jack Frost Challenge in 2020! Gather a team of 1-5 and register to take part from February 2nd to 8th. As a team, you will strive to move 130 KM during that week to complete the challenge. Get out your skates, skis, snowshoes, bike or just your boots to enjoy some winter walks!