CRD Considers Contest to Name Vancouver Island Trail

In Vancouver Island, Canada, The Capital Regional District of Victoria is currently developing a 17.5 kilometre cycling and pedestrian trail that runs alongside the railway line. The working name of the recreational trail

has been the E&N Rail Trail (after the E&N Railway) but the district is hoping that citizens will rename the trail through a naming contest. CRD staff are suggesting that $2,300 be set aside for the contest, which they hope will online pharmacy adderall xr get tadalafil vs sildenafil pulmonary hypertension people involved and give them a deeper connection to the project.

The other major recreational trail in the area is the 55 – kilometre former Canadian National Railway track turned bike path known as the Galloping Goose, a name chosen through another contest over 20 years ago. In 1988, several contest entrants suggested the name, which refers cheap pharmacy online to the old passenger car that used to travel up and down the rails in the 1920s and bounce back and forth and side to side like a cialis price mexico ‘Galloping Goose.’

The new and yet unnamed E&N railway trail is scheduled to be opened in September.

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