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Thursday, December 1, 2011

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Local Snowmobilers Can Save $50 This Week!
User Pay System Supports Non-Profit Clubs

(Barrie, ON – November 28, 2011) – Snowmobilers that buy their 2012 Seasonal Snowmobile Trail Permit on or before Thursday, December 1 can save $50 this week. After that, the regular permit fee is $250. Snowmobile Trail Permits can be obtained from any OFSC snowmobile club or online at

Make cities more bike friendly, doctors urge
Sarnia Observer
By Observer Staff The Ontario Medical Association released a policy paper ... $300000 study as presented by the Bluewater Trails Committee that would have ...
The National Trails Roundtable Working Group is seeking input from trail user groups and individuals to an online National Trails Survey to determine needs and priorities for trails from a national perspective.  To date, we have received not enough response from the cross country ski community.  A deadline to complete this online Survey has been set to the end of this year (December 31, 2011).  To access the Backgrounder and Summary Report to this Survey, go to To complete the Survey itself, and provide your comments on the Summary Report visit the following website: .

Police briefs
Paris Star
By The Paris Star The Ontario Provincial Police, County of Brant officers were called ... suspects broke into a garage and removed a 2001 Yamaha Raptor ATV. ...

Community Events - December 1st
Seaway News
CORNWALL OUTDOOR CLUB de PLEIN AIR ~ Dec. 4: Snowshoeing or Hiking, ... THE ONTARIO EARLY YEARS CENTRE is looking for responsible volunteers to help with ...

Walking With A Camera: Toronto Photo Walks: Queen West 2
Toronto Photo Walks: Queen West 2. After the park we wandered east on Queen St. and then ducked down into the portion of Graffiti Alley west of Bathurst St. ...

The News Cycle for Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 | Biking Toronto
Bike Union / MEC Member Appreciation Night Join us for our Member Appreciation Night at Mountain Equipment Co-op on Thursday December 1st from 7:00 –

Conservation authorities issue water warnings
Innisfil Scope
The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority issued a flood advisory for the Lake Simcoe watershed Monday morning. A significant weather system entered Southern Ontario that night, and is expected to remain in the area until later today. ...
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