Saturday, March 31, 2012

Trail Education Courses - 
23 Sessions and Counting

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Courses are for information and knowledge exchange purposes only. All courses are offered on a first come first serve basis. Instructors reserve the right to limit class sizes. Courses may be offered more than once in the calendar year. Some minimum student levels are necessary to run certain courses, so offered courses may change without notice.


Nipissing Nordic Represents at 2012 Canadian National Ski ...
Acting in collaboration with the North Bay Nordic Racing Team, the Northern Ontario Division, and the Ontario Ski Team, we put forward 1 varsity racer and 5 ...
athletics.nipissingu.ca/.../Nipissing-Nordic-Represents-at-2012-...

Stephen Passero is taking off one of his hats on April 19.
Times of Fort Erie
The Ward 1 councillor, past-president of the Ontario Shorewalk Association ... in that position when a new president is sworn in at the Buffalo Canoe Club.

Transfer of land and facility are milestones for Port Granby Project
NorthumberlandView.ca
... long-term management of historic low-level radioactive waste currently located on the shore of Lake Ontario in Southeast Clarington. The licence decision also enabled the Government of Canada to acquire 275-hectares (680 acres) of land from Cameco ...
Trillium funds boost local organizations
NorthernLife.ca
-$112000 for Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario to hire staff to enhance marketing promotion and fundraising efforts of Franco-Ontarian arts and cultural programs in northeastern Ontario. -$24600 for LaurentianNordic Ski Club to purchase a snowmobile and ...

Federal budget 2012: Conservation program will get $50 million over two years
Toronto Star
“It's very surprising news,” said Davidson, who had expected a proposed decrease in funding forconservation initiatives. “The impact is very positive, in that naturalist organizations (like OntarioNature) can continue to receive money for species at ...
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The Fixer: It's time to draw the line for traffic on Birchmount Rd.
Toronto Star
The war on the bicycle continues with the scrubbing of cycling lanes on streets where drivers had grudgingly learned to share the space, including some that were heavily travelled by cyclists. But Birchmount Rd. was always frustrating for drivers, ...
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Walkable city neighbourhoods linked to lower BMI, says Toronto report
Yahoo! News Canada (blog)
... a recent report for the Toronto Health Board has turned up new evidence that the people who could benefit most from getting out of the car and hot-stepping it to local establishments often live in the city's least walk-friendly zones.
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