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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Ontario Trails News - June 1, 2011 - Burlington to Host OCA event

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Burlington Set to Host 2011 Immunity-FX Canadian Road Championships
The event is organized by
 the Midweek Cycling Club in Burlington, Ontario, in association with theOntario Cycling Association. Led by Craig Fagan...
www.pedalmag.com/index.php?module=Section...item...



Simcoe Article: Peddle to the podium
BARRIE - Results from the Ontario High School Mountain Bike Championships ... Marking andEvents Manager at Hardwood Hills who is a lifelong mountain biker. ...
www.simcoe.com/community/barrie/article/1017234



Media Advisory: Toronto Community Fair Promotes Healthier Food
Marketwire (press release)
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 31, 2011) - Almost half of Toronto's neighbourhoods lack a grocery store within walking distance, forcing many to rely on junk food, but a grassroots organization is hosting a free food fair that showcases an ...
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Road bike or Mountain Bike | Toronto Bicycling Network - TBN
She also pointed out that the wheels on a mountain bike are better geared for downtown Torontobecause of the TTC tracks. So, what do you think? ...
www.tbn.ca/forum/tbn-general/3943



Credit: Montreal Gazette


Not taking a toll
The Kingston Whig-Standard
"We have a strategy right now to implement more bike lanes," he said, noting that the benefits of biking go far beyond the reduction of traffic congestion, as cycling increases the general health and well-being of riders. "We're rolling out the bike ... 



Caverns to open for visits
The Barrie Advance
For the third year in a row, Conservation Ontario, the organization that represents the Province's 36 Conservation Authorities, is partnering with Ontario Heritage Trust (OHT) to participate in Trails Open Ontario. From leisurely wildflower walks to ...
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125 make Great Strides for CF in Brockville
Brockville Recorder and Times
It was a successful second year for the event, which featured walking routes of three kilometres around the trail system that connects Laurier Boulevard ...




A look back at another cross-country paddle…
Atikokan Progress
Crow and Clark placed second, Greg Cowan's team placed fourth, and the Peruniaks had to quit due to the 90 degree heat, but still qualified for the Ontario canoe. The key for Meany and Jewett was the racing style they employed, which meant taking up to ...
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Atlantic Salmon being reintroduced to the Humber
insideTORONTO.com
... MNR Aurora District, Marc Heaton stock Atlantic Salmon fry into the Humber river at Albion HillsConservation Area May 30. Courtesy/Ontario Federation of A For the first time since their extinction from the Humber River, 100000 Atlantic Salmon were ...
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Chris Selley: Shouldn't you be wearing a helmet right now?
National Post
What's missing from the picture, as you may have guessed, is Ontario's provincial symbol — the helmet. “Most everyone agrees cyclists should wear helmets ...

[ CityBites, OCTA capitalize on culinary tourism trend with new guide ]
Marketing Magazine
... Ontario Culinary Adventure Guide. The 36-page handbook is dedicated to the province's burgeoning culinary tourism scene, with articles dedicated to regional farmers' markets, agricultural celebrations, taste trails, craft brewery and winery tours. ...
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