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FAQ | The Trans Canada Trail
Discover Indigenous culture and history along the TransCanada Trail
You should not approach, feed or try to interact with wildlife you may encounter in the City’s parks or trails. See
safety tips about preventing and managing conflicts with coyotes, wolves and foxes.
See a sick or injured wild animal? Please call Animal Control for the City's Enforcement Services at 705-739-4241.
The Trans Canada Trail is the world's longest network of recreational multi-use trails.
There are approximately 20 kilometres of the
Trans Canada Trail through Barrie, connecting in the south at Essa Township and to Springwater Township in the north. The Trans Canada Trail passes through many of Barrie’s
The trail is complete in the old Barrie lands and is temporarily routed along roadways in the undeveloped southern portions of Barrie. The route will return to parkland in pace with development as the City receives new parkland and environmental land dedications.
The trail also features interpretive signs honouring Indigenous people. The City, in conjunction with the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs, placed three trail markers along the City’s portion of the Trail to honour the history, culture and share the story of local Indigenous communities.
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