​GTH to host CMHA community event

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - Regina, Saskatchewan

The Global Transportation Hub (GTH) is pleased to partner with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Regina Branch to be part in this year’s, Ride Don’t Hide. This annual community bike event aims to raise awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising funds to support essential mental health programs in the community.

The Co-operators Ride Don’t Hide Regina event takes place Sunday, June 25, 2017 at the GTH.

“The GTH is proud to come on a venue sponsor for this event,” said Bryan Richards, President and CEO of the GTH. “This is an important health issue that affects millions of Canadians; it makes sense for us to be part of a community event that helps drive a healthier and productive community.”

It’s expected hundreds of cyclists and volunteers, made up of individuals, work groups and families will register for this year’s edition, helping raise over $1,500,000 nationwide.
With 7.5 km of paved, extra-wide roadways, the GTH offers a safe and inviting environment for local participants.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with the level of support this event is receiving from the GTH and those clients that operate within that community,” said Shannon Patton, Director of Community Engagement for the CMHA, Regina Branch. “Morguard, Loblaw, Slinkemo Enterprises and Sterling Truck & Trailer are among those businesses operating at the GTH which have all already come on board as sponsors.”

CMHA rides are hosted in six provinces in 35 communities with the aim to engage over 8,000 participants across the country.

For more information or to register for year’s event, visit http://ridedonthide.com/sk/ride/regina/

Founded in 1918, CMHA is a national charity that helps maintain and improve mental health for all Canadians. With more than 10,000 staff and volunteers in more than 100 community locations across Canada, CMHA provides vital services and support to well over half a million Canadians every year.

Comprising 1,800 acres, the GTH logistics park helps local, national and international companies connect to global markets through an efficient rail and road infrastructure. Ideally situated adjacent to the CP Rail mainline and directly connected to the Trans Canada and Yellowhead National Highway systems, the GTH offers land for sale or lease to businesses in the following segments:  transportation and logistics, warehousing and distribution, import and export operations, as well as light processing and manufacturing.


Kelly Brossart



Shannon  Patton

Director, Community Engagement

CMHA Regina Branch

(306) 525-9543 x253