Canada 911 ride
On June 10th and 11th, Canada 911 tour was held in Prince Edward Island where civilians and police officers on their motorcycles raised funds for two days. XTL Transport was responsible for transporting the equipment for officers and civilians from Ontario to destination.
The Canada 911 Tour is a charity event that takes place in a selected area each year and lasts 2 days. The goal is to raise funds to support a variety of causes, including families of missing emergency workers, children affected by crime, or public defibrillators in some communities.
The event began in 2006 and focused exclusively on communities in Ontario, but by 2016, the horizons have expanded to communities in the Atlantic provinces. Every year, a new route is chosen, which means that each year a new community is helped.
This year it was Prince Edward Island. A number of officers and civilians participating in the event came from Ontario and the transportation of their equipment was a major challenge. Thanks to XTL Transport, this challenge has been easily overcome. XTL donated trucks and drivers to transport the equipment to Charlottetown.
XTL featured in Truck’N’Roll Summer Edition for 911 Atlantic Ride Participation.
Here are some photos: