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Making Pants Obsolete!
No better time of year to work from home in your jammies! Read the article
Making a Change
If you’ve ever tried to change your behaviour, you know it can be very challenging. We may be able to help with that! Read the story here
Because no one wants to be stuck in traffic!
In the past two years, the percentage of employees at SCCY workplaces driving alone to work has decreased from 77.1% to 70.5%. Check out the impacts we’ve had in our communities
Taking the Scenic Route
This LSRCA employee prefers to take the scenic route. Read his story
Share the Road
As a driver,being aware of the rules for cyclists can help foster an environment of mutual respect and patience on our roads. Get the scoop!
Working from Home
43% of Canadians would quit their job to work for an employer that allows telework. Employees are also willing to give back 50% of their commute time to working. Marci Bordignon, Desjardins, gives us the scoop on working from home full-time. Read it now
After years of driving alone, witnessing a fatal accident prompted Jeff Lamb to give up his car. Read his story
Power Your Commute
Are steep hills and long distances getting in the way of biking to work? Todd Kyle, Newmarket Public Library CEO, got some help and has been biking to work regularly ever since. Read it here
Bike to Work Day Success!
This year’s Bike to Work Day event was our biggest yet! Read all about it
Carpooling – More than Money in your Wallet
Two Bill Gosling employees have a happier commute AND save money. Read it here
On the Trail with Tracy
Tracy is the Business Development Officer at the Newmarket Chamber of Commerce and loves walking to work!
How one York Region employee stopped driving all together and is happier for it.
Always wanted to cycle to work? An e-bike might be the solution for you!
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Drive alone? N0t if she can help it
This York Region District School Board employee travels a variety of different ways to work, but driving alone is not one of them. Read her story