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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Ontario Trail News - Develop, Use, Manage and Preserve Ontario Trails

Spring ATV Rally in Kearney, Ontario..I know it's early.
Guys, my brother and I went to this spring ATV rally in Kearney(north of Huntsville ) this year. The ride was amazing..about 400 machines and we were the only ...

 Slow down...Image by Steven Burke via Flickr
Eco-Tourism: Toronto's Evergreen Brick Works
CheapOair (blog)
Once the catalyst for the urbanization of Toronto, this site now serves as a refuge from the urban jungle with walking paths, scenic lookouts, and parks open to the public every day of the year. Community classes (for kids and adults alike) are also ...
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Four 'blooms' for Bluewater, South Huron
Times Advocate
We saw very little evidence of littering along the roadsides, streets, trails or parks. To us, this high level of tidiness reflects civic pride and a sense of community.” Judges cited Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church and Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church ...
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Canadian Canoe Museum, Founder, Former owner of Camp ...
Canoes,Kayaks,Chestnut Canoe, Peterborough Canoe, Ontario Canada, Museum Canoe, Canada, canoe, kayak, paddle, education,canoes for sale, National ...

Doctors seek safer environment for cyclists
Sault This WeekHwy #518 rock cut.Image by Steven Burke via Flickr
Dr. Stewart Kennedy, President of the Ontario Medical Association, released a comprehensive and in-depth report, Enhancing Cycling Safety in Ontario before he cycled through downtown Toronto to raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. ...
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Union Gas fuels trail improvements
Timmins Daily Press
Doody was joined by Wintergreen Fund chairman John Curley and Mattagami Region Conservation Authority general manager Kees Pols. By Ryan Lux, The Daily Press An Ontario energy company marked its 100th anniversary by awarding a grant Tuesday that will ...
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Snowmobiling and winter tourism
The Morrisburg Leader
Our 34262 kilometre provincial network of organized snowmobile trails connects Ontario communities, providing responsible riding experiences that are safe, enjoyable, and environmentally sustainable.
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