Canadian Security Magazine

Annual Canada 911 Ride kicks off Aug. 25

By Canadian Security Staff   

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The Canada 911 Ride Foundation announced that the 18th annual fully police-escorted charity motorcycle ride will take place in Ontario on Aug. 25-27.

This year’s ride will be dedicated to the memory of the five Ontario police officers who have died in the line of duty since Sept. 12, 2022:

  • PC Andrew Hong – Toronto Police Service
  • PC Greg Pierzchala – Ontario Provincial Police
  • PC Morgan Russell – South Simcoe Police
  • PC Devon Northrup – South Simcoe Police
  • PC Travis Gillespie – York Regional Police

Day 1 – Friday, Aug. 25 – “Honger’s Rolling Thunder”

Starting Point: 9:00am from Classy Chassis Motorcycle, 1399 8th Line Smith, Lakefield, ON
Route: Up towards Haliburton and then down to Alliston.
Ending Point: Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre, 6015 ON-89, Alliston, ON L9R 1A4, arriving at approximately 3:00 pm.

Day 2 – Saturday, Aug. 26

Starting Point: Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre, 6015 ON-89, Alliston, ON L9R
Route: Muskoka region
Ending Point: Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre, 6015 ON-89, Alliston, ON L9R

Day 3 – Sunday, Aug. 27

Starting Point: Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre, 6015 ON-89, Alliston, ON L9R
Route: Into Durham Region and then York Region
Ending Point: York Regional Police Association, 63 Eric T. Smith Way in Aurora. Final tribute to Cst. Hong put on by Toronto Police Motor Squad

For more information, visit the Canada 911 Ride Foundation website.

Listen to a Security Leaders podcast interview with foundation board member Brian Claman.

 


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