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Monday, January 9, 2012

Ontario Trails - Ski, Sled, Hike, Bike or Paddle Ontario's Trails

Close finishes abound
The Chronicle Journal
(The Chronicle-Journal/Brent Linton) Toby Quinn and Fergus Foster of the Big Thunder Nordic Club came painfully close to earning Ontario Cup series wins on Sunday. Quinn finished second in the midget boys 5K cross-country ski race held at Lappe Nordic ...
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Baby it's cold and that's OK!
Chatham Daily News
Dogsledding weekends and getaways can be a fun family experience in Ontario's great outdoors, from Simcoe County, to Haliburton and Muskoka, Algonquin to northern Ontario. Sled dogs demonstrate exhilaration for their work that makes one smile and gaze ...
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Lack of winter weather brings mixed emotions
Belleville Intelligencer
It makes for perfect condition for our 55 athlete members of our club who ... cyclist Paul Mercer was riding his seventh lap of the Gunpo Trail at Zwicks. ...



Cold weather doesn't stop bike enthusiasts
Waterloo Record
“Drivers are not looking for bikes in the winter, which is why I always recommend people buy special lights,” said Mike Hetherington, owner of Grand River Cycle in Cambridge. Under Ontario's Highway Traffic Act, it is mandatory to have a white ...
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County cycling plan to cost Cramahe $7812
Cramahe Now
While concerns about liability are raised when talking cycling, it should be noted the OntarioHighway Traffic Act permits bicycles on roadways. If minimum maintenance standards for roads are observed and proper signage installed, there should be ...


Ottawa driver gets 2 years for injuring 5 cyclists
CBC.ca
The Ottawa driver convicted of striking and injuring five cyclists and leaving the scene of the 2009 crash has been sentenced to two years less a day. Sommit Luangpakham, 47, was found guilty Oct. 20 in Ontario Superior Court in Ottawa on all 10 ...
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