Transport back to Toronto

There is a bus departing Montréal for Toronto which will stop in Kingston on Saturday, August 17th, and one again on Sunday, August 18th. If you take the busses, you will miss the Pride Parade in Montreal. 12:15 PM – First pick-up: McGill University – La Citadelle...

Responding Together To Provincial Funding Cuts

  Dear Friends,                                                                                                                                Twenty one years ago, Mike Harris’ conservative government was in power. They enacted sweeping cuts to many services,...

Pegasus on Church

Christopher bought Pegasus on Church from its previous owners back in 2013 and really spearheaded its involvement with the Bike Rally from there. “So many of my customers and employees are involved in the Rally, I figured supporting them would be a great way to give...
2020/2021 Co-Chairs Call-To-Action


2020/2021 Co-Chairs Call-To-Action

    22nd & 23rd ANNUAL FRIENDS FOR LIFE BIKE RALLY 2020/2021 CO-CHAIRS CALL TO ACTION On behalf of PWA’s Friends For Life Bike Rally’s Executive Committee, I am excited to invite applications for two positions: Co-Chair, 22nd and 23rd Bike Rally...

11 Stories on 2019’s Bike Rally Route

11 ACO Route History Stories for 2019 Compiled by Past President, Catherine Nasmith DAY 1 Danforth Avenue/Danforth Road/Kingston Road (HWY2) The ride out from Toronto passes along all three of the above roads, which have an interconnected history. To facilitate...
The Village Pharmacy

The Village Pharmacy

Zahid Somani graduated as a pharmacist from U of T back in 1993, and immediately started work at a pharmacy in the Village. It was still early days of the AIDS crisis and the Rx cocktails back then were a lot different than they are now. Zahid was witnessing first...