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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Ontario Trails News - May 28, 2011 - Canoeing Adventures and Historical walk App


Historian's app puts old Toronto photos at your fingertips
Toronto Star
Gary Miedema, chief historian at Heritage Toronto, a city agency that organizes walking tours of the city, says ZeitagTO and similar apps are a “brilliant next step” in terms of making the city's history more accessible. “Using historic photos in this ...
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Outdoor Adventures - Canoeing Adventures in Ontario, Canada
For more great canoeing adventures in Ontario, visit Ontariotravel.net/outdoor · Joomla Templates and Joomla Extensions by JoomlaVision.Com. Feature ...
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CyclingMagazine.ca » Burlington set to host National Championships
The event is organized by the Midweek Cycling Club in Burlington in association with the OntarioCycling Association. SCHEDULE OF ELITE EVENTS ...
cyclingmagazine.ca/.../burlington-set-to-host-national-champi...



Standing Engagement: Cycling matters
National Post (blog)
Similarly, for riders looking to discover Toronto's car-free bike paths, the Toronto Bicycle Network hosts a series of “Ravine Rides” every Tuesday during the summer. The next one, held on May 31 at 10:30 am, will explore Mimico Creek and the Humber ...
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The "abandoned" bikes of Toronto
blogTO (blog)
So I kept walking. Angrily. No pedals. No Ticket. Grrrrrrrrrr. Onward I went... Again, no ticket. If not for abandonment, at least it should have gotten one for hideousness. The next one was like some random nest of bikes arguing. ...
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Toronto streets most dangerous in Canada to cycle, walk CityNews
Toronto's streets are the most dangerous in the country to cycle or walk, according to a new study. A report released Thursday by the city's Traffic Safety Unit revealed Toronto had the highest rate of vehicles colliding with cyclists and pedestrians ...
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UJA Walk with Israel set for May 29
insideTORONTO.com
Organized by the United Jewish Appeal, the Walk With Israel is geared toward people of all political stripes, said Howard English, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto spokesperson. "We're walking to celebrate Israel's achievements," he said. ...
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Canada's crazy cool summer fests Toronto Sun
... adventure junkies launch their mountain bikes off challenging jumps and drops ... (Shutterstock) Buskerfest, Toronto: As the largest Buskerfest in North ...



Evergreen Brick Works: from factory to urban oasis CityNews
Fresh from its win as one of the best public spaces in Canada, the Evergreen Brick Works is gearing up for the summer season with a new slate of activities and the return of local faves such as the farmers market and cultivated hiking paths. ...
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Oshawa Bike Week is fun on two wheels Newsdurhamregion.com
"We want to take the cycling plan to the next level, we see what cities like Vancouver and Montreal and Toronto have done to encourage people to cycle," Mr. Karim said. A draft version of Oshawa's updated cycling plan is expected to be ready by the end ...
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TRCA: News Story
On May 30, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Toronto and Region Conservation will celebrate the ...
www.trca.on.ca/news-media/news/releases/107380



Group wants Greenbelt to be provincial election issue
CTV.ca
The greenbelt has become THE place where urbanites can purchase a country ... look to westernontario where the yields are higher, the support systems are ...



Media Advisory: "Bring Back the Salmon" Hits the Humber
Marketwire (press release)
On May 30, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Toronto and Region Conservation will celebrate the expansion of the restoration program into the Humber River by stocking approximately 30000 Atlantic ...
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Deepi Harish: Its Summertime and the Livins Easy,' Especially When It's in ...
Huffington Post
High Park is Toronto's largest public park. What can you do there? Pretty much anything. High Park features many hiking trails, sports facilities, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds, restaurants, picnic areas, a charming lake, swans, ducks, geese and other ...
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