Event Schedule & Details

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General Crew Info

Here’s to the Crew! OneWalk thanks you in advance for your dedication and support of this amazing event and we cannot wait to see you on the best weekend of the year! Please find all details pertaining to the Crew only below.

All Crew Meeting Information

The All Crew Meeting is your opportunity to receive important event weekend information, meet your Team Captain and fellow Crew Members if you haven’t already. You will also receive your crew shirt and bracelet which gives you access to all meals and drinks at the festival finish.

** The All-Crew Meeting is your last chance to have all your questions answered and start One Walk off strong! All crew members must attend. Any crew member who has not completed the Online Check-in process must arrive prior to the all crew meeting to complete the process. Crew captains, please do not forget to be at the Novotel Montreal Centre at 5:00pm for the Captain’s meeting.**


Meeting Date: Friday, August 19th

Meeting Location: Hotel Novotel Montreal Centre
Alsace Room
1180 Rue de la Montagne
Montreal, QC H3G 1Z1

Parking Details: Parking Lot available below hotel.

Meeting Timeline:

5:00pm and 6:00pm
Check-In Time

5:00pm-6:00pm
Team Captains Meeting

6:00pm-7:00pm
All Crew Meeting

Event Day Timeline

Meeting Location:
Quai Jacques Cartier on rue de la Commune (please follow the on-site signage)

5:30am:
Continental Breakfast Served

6:30am:
Buses begin to load; please be sure to check your assigned departure time so you don't miss your bus!

Note: Buses start to load depending on your scheduled bus time. *** For those taking the event shuttle buses to your event locations please remember to pick up your lunch before boarding the bus! The lunch truck will be located at the buses in the Upload Lot. If you do not pick up your lunch, you will not eat! If you are on the Motor Safety Team, Sweep Team or Lunch Team you will pick up your lunches at the route lunch location on each day of the event.

Safety

  • Medical Emergencies: With any emergency, contact 911 immediately. Then, immediately report any medical emergencies to Dispatch along with all details you could retrieve from the incident. Please remain calm to ensure the situation is handled in the best manner possible. Once you have reported the emergency to 911 and Dispatch please return to your crew role. Medical staff are available at all route stops and the finish line festival in case assistance is required as well. Staff is equipped with a 2-way radio and a mobile phone and will have comprehensive information on local hospitals, emergency facilities, police, fire, and other important emergency information. Doctors, emergency medical personnel and an ambulance will be available.
  • Sweep Assistance: If you see a walker that is injured or unable to walk, they will make a “thumbs down” signal to stop a passing sweep vehicle. These vehicles are reserved for injured Walkers and those unable to complete the day’s ride; they are not to be utilized as a taxi service. They will not go directly to the Finish Line Festival during the day. Sweep vehicles will take Walkers to the next pit stop on route, where buses will take them to the Finish Line Festival. Only injured Walkers will receive prompt medical attention and transport. If a Walker is picked up early in the day, it may be hours before they are driven to the Finish Line Festival by bus due to availability. As it nears the route closure time, sweep vehicles will pick up Walkers who are still on the road.
  • Be safe and ensure the safety of others on your team. Stay hydrated, make sure to eat throughout the day and protect yourself from the weather. Ensure to wear a hat if it is sunny and wear layers if it is cold. Do bring rain gear.. The weather can shift quickly so please have a bag with you at all times with gear it in you may require throughout the entire day to remain safe and comfortable. These events run rain or shine so you want to be prepared.
  • If you see any unsafe behavior from fellow Crew Members or Walkers, please do not hesitate to remind everyone to be safe and take care of one another. If you require assistance from your Team Captain or Staff member, please do not hesitate to do so. Safety is our first priority!
  • If you see any unsafe behavior from fellow Crew Members or Walkers, please do not hesitate to remind everyone to be safe and take care of one another. If you require assistance from your Team Captain or Staff member, please do not hesitate to do so. Safety is our first priority!
  • If you are driving a crew vehicle, please stay focused on the road at all times. No headphones and only hands free phone systems may be used while driving.
  • All Crew must follow the rules of the roads, as the OneWalk does not receive any special privileges from local authorities.
  • In a situation of poor weather or emergency please remain calm and follow the direction from staff or local authorities. It is our job to remain calm and ensure the Walkers remain safe at all times.
  • Remain in contact with Dispatch and answer their calls throughout the entire day. The Dispatch team needs to know you and your team is safe and has everything you need.
  • Smile and remember to have fun!

What to Pack

  • Personal Identification, Money and Credit Card
  • Comfortable Clothing
  • Rain gear and Rain boots
  • Change of footwear (optional)
  • Sunblock and hat
  • Water bottle
  • Change of shirt

** These are suggestions. Please pack according to your needs.

Crew Wanted

We are still looking for crew for a number of roles! If you have any friends or family interested in getting involved please get them to contact Stephanie D’Itri at 514-393-9255 or at sditri@onewalk.ca

Event Check In

Please complete your Event Check In prior to the event.

Team Captains

Your Team Captains are an abundance of resources leading up to event and will be your main contact on event. Make sure to touch base with your captain and confirm your attendance.

Opening Rally & Finish Festival

Quai Jacques Cartier Vieux Port de Montreal

Rue de la Commune East
Click Here for a map

Suggested Parking

Quai de l’Horloge - (parking to be paid by participants)

Services Vinci Park - Parking Garage
500 Place d'Annes

Stationnement - Parking Lot
Rue 3e1, 417 Rue Berri

Safeway Parking
1200 Rue Saint-Denis

Click Here for a map

Timeline

6:30am – On-site check-in begins for those who have not checked in online. If you have not received your packet in the mail, please make sure to pick it up on Saturday morning. If planning to check in on-site, please arrive early to avoid missing Opening Rally.

6:30am – Continental breakfast served.

7:30am – All participants should be on-site.

8:00am – Opening Rally

11:00am - 9:00pm – Finish Festival

5:00pm – Route closes.

ROUTE INFO

START – Quai Jacques-Cartier

GRAB & GO A – CN Offices, 935 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest, Montréal, QC H3B 2M9

PIT STOP 1 – Musée des Beaux Arts, 3410 Avenue du Musée, Montréal, QC H3G 1K3

PIT STOP 2 – Parc Jeanne-Mance, avenue de l'Esplanade entre Rachel et Marie-Anne O

GRAB & GO B – Aréna St. Louis, Coin Bernard O et Saint-Dominique

LUNCH – Parc Jarry (St Laurent between Gounod and Villeray)

GRAB & GO C – Parc Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Coin Rue Saint-Grégoire et Rue de Mentana

PIT STOP 3 – Parc La Fontaine, Rue Rachel et Ave. du Parc La Fontaine

GRAB & GO D – Parterre du Quartier des Spectacles, 1600 rue St. Urbain, Montreal, QC

FINISH LINE – Quai Jacques-Cartier

Host Hotel

Novotel
1180 rue de la Montagne
Montreal, Québec H3G 1Z1
Phone:
(514) 861-6000
Rate:
$149.00 Standard Room

When making a phone booking, please reference "OneWalk" to get discounted rate. A shuttle service will be provided from the Novotel to the Jacques Cartier Pier departing at 6:30am. There is NO return shuttle from the Pier back to the Novotel.

Don't Forget

  • Water bottle please help us minimize waste by bringing a reusable water bottle.
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain gear
  • Cash for parking and additional cash should you wish to purchase food from any of the food trucks that will be onsite.
  • Participants with special diets, bring all lunch and finish-line meals for the day to the Registration/Information booth at the Opening Rally. Our team will ensure these meals are at the locations for you to pick up once you arrive. Please ensure you have your NAME, PARTICIPANT NUMBER and WHAT MEAL it is on the tupperware.
  • Bring your photo ID. You'll need it if you'll drink alcoholic beverages at the Finish Festival.
  • Last minute donations. Bring any last-minue donations on Saturday. Each donation must have a completed donation form. Speed up the check-in process by bringing them properly filled in.

Important Dates and Deadlines

August 13, 2016 – Mailed donations must be postmarked by this date in order to be processed in time for the event. Mailed donations postmarked after may not be credited to your fundraising account by event day. If you receive additional mailed donations after August 13th, bring them on Saturday, event day, to have them added to your account on the spot.

August 13, 2016 – Company matching gifts sent to the P.O. Box must be postmarked by this date. Any matching gifts not received can be "guaranteed" by a Delayed Self-Pledge with the participant's credit card number.

August 19, 2016 – Online donations received on this date or before will be reflected in your fundraising account on event day.

October 19, 2016 – Delayed Self-Pledge will be processed on this date if you have not reached your fundraising minimum.

Event Packet Pick-up Dates and Times

All Walkers who have completed online check-in, please stop by the office to pick-up your Event Packet during one of the following times. In addition, please remember to bring any final donations you need to turn in with you.

Monday, August 8th – 9:00am to 4:00pm

Tuesday, August 9th – 9:00am to 7:30pm

Wednesday, August 10th – 9:00am to 4:00pm

Thursday, August 11th – 9:00am to 4:00pm

Friday, August 12th – 9:00am to 4:00pm