Raised:
$4,347
8%Goal:
$50,000

New Glasgow

Hosted by Pictou County Roots for Youth Society

42Walkers11Teams40Days 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.

New Glasgow 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

Pay it forward River John

Melanie Cote

18

2,312.50

2

Crit Happens

Devonlynne Mirkovic-Riley

2

1,350.00

3

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

Cassie Langille

7

515.00

4

Town of New Glasgow

Rachel Mitchell

3

50.00

5

Pictou County District RCMP

Natasha Farrell

2

6

Team Chill

Theresa Cameron

1

7

Trinity Traffic

Donna Tourneur

1

8

Coldest Night Warmest Hearts

Christine MacKenzie

1

9

#teamwright

Ashlee Wright

2

10

Advocate Printing and Publishing

Aimee Kelly

1

11

Housing For All

Hailie Tattrie

1

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Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Devonlynne Mirkovic-Riley

Crit Happens

12

1,350.00

2

Melanie Cote

Pay it forward River John

1

500.00

3

Elaine Langille

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

3

200.00

4

Cassie Langille

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

5

190.00

5

Kim Smart

Pay it forward River John

2

154.25

6

Carol Campbell-Smith

Pay it forward River John

1

150.00

7

Nancy Langille

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

8

Troy Washington

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

9

Glenda Campbell

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

10

Katy Crawford

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

11

Gillian Crawford

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

12

Doug Campbell

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

13

Twyla Heighton

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

14

Shawn Cote

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

15

Susan Belt

Pay it forward River John

1

134.25

16

Erika McCluskey

4

90.00

17

Madi Langille

Pay it forward River John

1

75.00

18

Alexis Langille

Pay it forward River John

1

75.00

19

Anna Cote

Pay it forward River John

1

75.00

20

Lyla Cote

Pay it forward River John

1

75.00

21

Ivan willis

Town of New Glasgow

1

50.00

22

Janet Mills

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

1

50.00

23

Mike Topley

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

1

50.00

24

Susan Picco

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

1

25.00

25

Lynda Manning

Pay it forward River John

26

Fraser Angela

Crit Happens

27

Hailie Tattrie

Housing For All

28

Natasha Farrell

Pictou County District RCMP

29

Kurt Butler

Pictou County District RCMP

30

Nancy Dicks

Town of New Glasgow

31

Sarah Arthur

32

Aimee Kelly

Advocate Printing and Publishing

33

Rachel Mitchell

Town of New Glasgow

34

Kota Mackenzie

#teamwright

35

Christine MacKenzie

Coldest Night Warmest Hearts

36

Donna Tourneur

Trinity Traffic

37

Ashlee Wright

#teamwright

38

Tetreault Kim

39

Theresa Cameron

Team Chill

40

Tristin Mabey

41

David Farrell

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

42

Cindy Church

Fingerpickin' Bluenosers

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!

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 Pictou County Roots for Youth Society

Pictou County Roots for Youth is committed to ending youth homelessness in our community. We serve youth aged 16-24 and operate a 4-bed shelter that provides temporary accommodation. We are committed to helping youth end their homelessness permanently, and work through a 4-step process with each young person to that end.


We currently operate a transition house for young women so youth leaving Roots can have access to safe and affordable housing while rebuilding their lives and continuing to make use of the supports available through our staff and programs.


As we strive to keep youth in our Shelter safe from COVID-19, we are providing direct services to youth where they're at.

Contact Us


Pictou County Roots for Youth Society

Angie Degaust Executive 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