Raised:
$31,193
31%Goal:
$100,000

Edmonton Downtown

Hosted by Bissell Centre

106Walkers28Teams40Days Left

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Team up, walk, and fundraise! It’s cold out there... but there’s no place like home.

Community Sponsors

Edmonton Downtown (Bissell Centre) is super grateful for our fantastic 2022 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Edmonton Downtown Scoreboard

Are you thrashing the competition (for a good cause)? Find out here! Stats are updated every 15 minutes. See how you stack up on the national scoreboard >

Teams
Walkers

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

Mighty Neighbrrrly

Jamie Tereposky

16

6,360.00

2

Unleashed

Jennifer Babcock

4

3,550.00

3

These Boots Were Made for Walkin'

Josie Tan

4

1,505.00

4

Adlyn Executes

Josh Hudon

2

1,270.00

5

Bissell Centre - Walk with us

Laura Fryer

4

1,170.00

6

Campus St-Jean

Pierre Rousseau

9

1,000.00

7

EPCOR ERGs

Katie Sadovia

4

850.00

8

We’ve all gotta eat!

Julie Paquette

2

800.00

9

Ten-toed sloths

Alison Parry

5

675.00

10

The Misfits

Daryl Hooke

2

535.30

11

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

Tara Madden

5

515.00

12

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

Rhea Seavers

6

475.00

13

Water Warriors YEG

Rebecca Reid

6

380.00

14

WalkAbouts

Vanessa LeCaine

2

375.00

15

Louis vuitton

Olivia Milan

3

303.00

16

Holy Walk-amole

Jasmine Elniski

1

300.00

17

Harding Helpers

Beth Harding

2

225.00

18

Trash Bandicoots

Parissa Paknahal

1

150.00

19

Marriott Strong Prairies

Sherry Salvadori

4

100.00

20

Freezin' for a Reason

Alanna Blanchette

2

75.00

21

Cluckers

Julie Doderai

1

22

Team FWLYEG

Joyce LaBriola

3

23

R.O.S.S. United to end hunger, exploitation, violence,and homelessness

Adut Garang

1

24

Team Flannel

Heather McPherson

2

25

The B Team

John Ball

1

26

Ferds and friends

Stephanie Medford

1

27

The Campbellys

Melissa Campbell

1

28

JAMA

Arman Karapetyan

4

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Jamie Tereposky

Mighty Neighbrrrly

43

2,820.00

2

Jennifer Babcock

Unleashed

20

1,400.00

3

Marsh Murphy

Unleashed

10

1,300.00

4

Terri Tereposky

Mighty Neighbrrrly

17

1,150.00

5

Carla Hadley

These Boots Were Made for Walkin'

14

1,005.00

6

Josh Hudon

Adlyn Executes

1

1,000.00

7

Kristy Funk

Mighty Neighbrrrly

14

950.00

8

Helen Wong

5

775.00

9

Pierre Rousseau

Campus St-Jean

8

700.00

10

Laura & Cory McCurdy

EPCOR ERGs

4

650.00

11

Karen Popik

We’ve all gotta eat!

4

600.00

12

Kristopher Marks

Mighty Neighbrrrly

3

600.00

13

Alison Parry

Ten-toed sloths

3

600.00

14

Leigh Born

Bissell Centre - Walk with us

4

525.00

15

Daryl Hooke

The Misfits

13

425.30

16

Kristin Stoesz

Unleashed

8

425.00

17

Dawn Dayman

Unleashed

4

425.00

18

Rhea Seavers

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

6

375.00

19

Michelle Reid

Bissell Centre - Walk with us

2

350.00

20

Jasmine Elniski

Holy Walk-amole

1

300.00

21

Jonathan Mackereth

Bissell Centre - Walk with us

6

295.00

22

Chris Sturwold

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

8

295.00

23

Vanessa LeCaine

WalkAbouts

3

275.00

24

Dan Hudon

Adlyn Executes

4

270.00

25

Tam Tran

Louis vuitton

4

253.00

26

Brenda Hall

Water Warriors YEG

1

250.00

27

Jacqui Beach

Mighty Neighbrrrly

9

230.00

28

Erin H

Mighty Neighbrrrly

5

225.00

29

Elaine Dunn

4

225.00

30

Tara Madden

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

4

220.00

31

Julie Paquette

We’ve all gotta eat!

3

200.00

32

Sasha Harding

Harding Helpers

3

175.00

33

Josie Tan

These Boots Were Made for Walkin'

5

175.00

34

Parissa Paknahal

Trash Bandicoots

3

150.00

35

Karter Doll-Young

2

130.00

36

Gillian Cameron

3

125.00

37

Cameron Funk

Mighty Neighbrrrly

4

120.00

38

Larry McGale

The Misfits

3

110.00

39

Andrea Hunter

Marriott Strong Prairies

1

100.00

40

Cheyenne "BAMF" Moses

3

100.00

41

Taylor Sowery

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

1

100.00

42

FARHIA OMAR

2

100.00

43

Martine Cavanagh

Campus St-Jean

1

100.00

44

Katie Sadovia

EPCOR ERGs

1

100.00

45

Amanda Patrick

Mighty Neighbrrrly

2

100.00

46

Barb Trimm

WalkAbouts

1

100.00

47

Quinn Funk

Mighty Neighbrrrly

4

85.00

48

Alanna Blanchette

Freezin' for a Reason

2

75.00

49

Eamon LaRoi

Ten-toed sloths

1

75.00

50

Beth Harding

Harding Helpers

1

50.00

51

Ashley Tan

These Boots Were Made for Walkin'

2

50.00

52

Erin Funk

Mighty Neighbrrrly

1

50.00

53

ASSETOU KONE

Campus St-Jean

1

50.00

54

Dawn Hunt

Water Warriors YEG

1

30.00

55

John Tereposky

Mighty Neighbrrrly

1

30.00

56

Ashley Dahdona

These Boots Were Made for Walkin'

1

25.00

57

James D'Angelo

JAMA

58

Mackenzie Simmons

Campus St-Jean

59

Lori Cormack-Manning

EPCOR ERGs

60

Tony Thibaudeau

61

Melissa Campbell

The Campbellys

62

Elaine Dunn

63

Delaney O'Brien

Campus St-Jean

64

Joyce LaBriola

Team FWLYEG

65

Julie Doderai

Cluckers

66

Barbara-Lynn Rogers

67

Tara Krook

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

68

Arman Karapetyan

JAMA

69

Trisha Harrison

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

70

Angela Bova

JAMA

71

Marwan Fayad

JAMA

72

Heather Rouse

Red Hot Chilly Steppers

73

Laura Fryer

Bissell Centre - Walk with us

74

Melody Atefi

Freezin' for a Reason

75

Rajvir Mavi

Louis vuitton

76

Kyla Fisher

Team FWLYEG

77

Cristina Stasia

Team FWLYEG

78

Michelle Relling

EPCOR ERGs

79

Tarah Peter

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

80

Janis Irwin

Team Flannel

81

Candis Golanowski

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

82

Kedric Stover

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

83

Andrew Taylor

Starbucks Mates of 258!!

84

Rebecca Reid

Water Warriors YEG

85

John Ball

The B Team

86

Danielle Job

Water Warriors YEG

87

Laura Manuel

Ten-toed sloths

88

Rena Porter

Water Warriors YEG

89

Erica Harris

Mighty Neighbrrrly

90

Stephanie Ryder

Water Warriors YEG

91

Justin Lessard

Mighty Neighbrrrly

92

Ian Hay

Mighty Neighbrrrly

93

Acha Delphine Eba

Campus St-Jean

94

Sydney Joseph

Campus St-Jean

95

Sine Aboughoche

Campus St-Jean

96

Jillian Aisenstat

Campus St-Jean

97

Callum La Roi

Ten-toed sloths

98

Aaron Hoyland

Mighty Neighbrrrly

99

Adut Garang

R.O.S.S. United to end hunger, exploitation, violence,and homelessness

100

Olivia Milan

Louis vuitton

101

Stephanie Medford

Ferds and friends

102

Heather McPherson

Team Flannel

103

Sophia Tumato

Marriott Strong Prairies

104

Sherry Salvadori

Marriott Strong Prairies

105

Julia Plain

Mighty Neighbrrrly

106

Alison Turner

Ten-toed sloths

Event Day Details

Save the date - Event Day is February 26, 2022!

Self-organize your own local team and join us virtually on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Scroll down to read all the event day details!

Toque Pick-Up Times

Walkers who raise $150+ (adults 18 and over) or $75 (children/youth 17 and under) will receive a CNOY toque as a thank you!


  • Pick-up Times & Locations to be arranged in January
  • Team captains may pick up toques for their whole team if they wish

Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!

Virtual CNOY Day

This is your own self-organized walk! Here are some key things you'll need to do on February 26 (or whatever day in February you decide to walk):


  • Gather with your covid-safe bubble (or on your own)
  • Map out a safe 2-5 km route
  • Let someone know where you are
  • Bring a cell phone in case of emergency
  • Share online as you go! #cnoy22
  • Keep fundraising (half of all fundraising happens in the last week!)
  • Be safe and have fun!

Edmonton Downtown Maps

Check out this year's CNOY route maps below:

2021 CNOY Photos

Here's a collection of our favourite photos from CNOY 2021 nationwide - special thanks to our many volunteer photographers who sent them in!

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About Bissell Centre

Walk for Bissell!


Too many individuals and families are struggling in our community, especially during winter’s coldest months. On February 26, brave the cold with us to change lives.


Guided by a passionate concern for the dignity and well-being of each individual, we work to eliminate poverty in our community. We offer an expansive network of programs and resources to help vulnerable Edmontonians find housing, employment, family supports, mental health services, and more.


Funds raised will support our Community Space, which allows individuals to walk in out of the cold and gain not only immediate access to basic needs like food, clothing, shelter and hygiene facilities, but the opportunity to seek life-changing supports to help empower them to move from poverty to prosperity. Watch the video tour!


Together, we can create change and re-write the future for those who feel hopeless, afraid, and alone.

Contact Us


Bissell Centre

Michelle Reid Event Director
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email info@cnoy.org

Got questions about the Coldest Night of the Year?
info@cnoy.org | 1.877.743.3413