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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Ontario Trail News Update - June 2, 2011

Bear sightings alarm Bells Corners residents CBC.ca
Police have also advised residents to avoid the trails. The National Capital Commission said it is working with the ministry to locate and move the bears from the area, with ministry officials setting up a cage in the woods. ...
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MNR Tips on Bears

Hastings County Posts Pictures of Arts Trail Unveiling on Flickr pagehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/friends/

Last week the City of Toronto released the 2010 Pedestrian and Cyclist Collision Data. The data showed that Toronto had the most per-capita recorded car-on-bike collisions of any major Canadian city. This is unacceptable, which is why we are pushing the City of Toronto to catch up to other major Canadian cities by installing protected (or separated) bike lanes to significantly increase the safety of cyclists.



Please accept this invitation to the Rouge Park Trails Master Plan Public Meeting #3 on June 14, 2011. We ask that you also pass the invitation on to others in your networks who may be interested in the Trails Master Plan. 

Hope to see you there, 
Rouge Park Staff and Project Consultants