An Update on our In-Person Programming 

As the season begins to shift, we are beginning to foresee what recovery and redesign looks like for our future. Thanks to our collective efforts, the flattening of the curve, slowly, and very carefully we can get back to offering programs in a reduced capacity. As we know there is a tremendous amount of physical and psychological health benefits to participating in outdoor activities and connecting to natural spaces and places.

Power To Be’s Response to COVID-19

Our community's health and safety is our top priority. For this reason, we will be suspending our programs for the next 4 weeks. Read the full letter from CEO, Tim Cormode, who addresses the impact of COVID-19 on Power To Be.

Have A Go Day on February 29th

We are happy to announce our first Have A Go Day of 2020, which will be held at our Prospect Lake site on Saturday, February 29th. We will be offering a variety of activities such as hiking, paddlesports, and nature exploration. We can't wait to get outside and adventure with you!

Power To Fish 2019: A World-Class Experience with a Powerful Impact

Rocky shorelines, raw wilderness, and pristine pacific waters brimming with fish. Those who have the opportunity to stay at the Langara Fishing Adventures lodge in Haida Gwaii are guaranteed an amazing trip. But to stay there with 32 people from around the world, all with a shared love of fishing, and shared values of inclusion, is truly the experience of a lifetime.

Supporters connect with nature and adventure out on the slopes

In early April, a cat-ski adventure with over 40 of our supporters was held at Mustang Powder in the Monashee mountains near Revelstoke, B.C., with proceeds going to programs. This event is a chance for supporters of Power To Be to deepen their understanding of what we do, while pushing their own limits out in nature.

The Summit Collective

On Wednesday, June 12th Power To Be will be hosting The Summit Collective, an all day workshop event to meet with like-minded outdoor industry leaders to deepen our connection to nature, enhance our facilitation skills and leverage our resource sh...

Power To Play Victoria raises record breaking $237,000

On Sunday, May 26 at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park, 36 teams competed in the 10th Annual Power To Play Victoria. This action packed team-building adventure race lead teams through an epic 10 kilometre course, made up of 15 challenges, all in suppo...


As Power To Be gears up for a busy season of programs at its Prospect Lake site, we were honoured to have Dola Dube, Executive Assistant of the Norgaard Foundation, come and present $50,000 to support our Wilderness School.  She was joined by Mega...

What’s new at our Prospect Lake site

We have submitted a rezoning application to Saanich to ask for a change of use to allow supervised camping at our Prospect Lake site beyond the current temporary use permit. Camping programs are pivotal for Power To Be as they provide our participants a safe space to build confidence, learn new skills, and deepen their appreciation for nature.