convoy to ottawa

There are two options for participants joining the convoy:

  1. Go the whole distance to Ottawa.
  2. Travel as far as they see fit or are able to do so.


We have arranged the dates of the convoy to greet the House of Commons for the start of fall session. There will be two starting points for the convoy. The first starting point is Fort Nelson, BC where day one of the convoy will kick off. Day two will mark the official start day for the second starting point in Calgary, AB. The two convoys will meet-up in Regina, SK and travel to Ottawa, ON together. The Trans-Canada Highway will be the primary rally link from Western Canada to Ottawa. 


The following convoy itinerary is flexible and may be modified as required.


  • Day 1: Kick off in Fort. Nelson, BC. Travel from Fortt. Nelson to Edmonton, AB (1038.8 km via BC-97 and Ab-43 Hwy - 10 hours 36 minutes)
  • Day 2: Kick off in Calgary, AB. Calgary. Calgary convoy to travel to Regina, SK (756.6km via Trans Canada Hwy - 6hrs, 58min) Fort Nelson convoy to travel from Edmonton, AB  to Regina, SK (781.3 km via Yellowhead Hwy E/AB-16, SK-16 E and SK-11S Hwy - 7 hours 24 minutes)
  • Day 3: The two convoys unite and travel together to Parliament Hill. Regina, SK to Kenora, Ontario (791.3 km via Trans-Canada Hwy - 7 hours 47 minutes)
  • Day 4: Kenora, ON to Thunder Bay, ON (489.2 km via Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-17 E - 5 hours 25 minutes)
  • Day 5: Thunder Bay, ON to Goulais River, ON (695.3 km via Trans-Canada Hwy E/ON-17 E - 7 hours 36 minutes)
  • Day 6: Goulais River, ON to North Bay, ON (466.4 km via Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-17 & Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-17 - 5 hours 26 minutes)
  • Day 7: North Bay, ON to Ottawa, ON (358.5 km via Trans Canada Hwy/ON-17 - 3 hours 53 minutes)
  • Day 8: “Rally 4 Resources” AT PARLIAMENT HILL (Permit Pending)


Local Citizens at rest locations are encouraged to organize rallies and signing events for the letter campaign. For more information, check out 'Support The Cause' or 'Contact Us'.


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