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Saturday, January 28, 2012

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Launch of the 2012–13 Enabling Change Program

We are pleased to launch the 2012–13 EnAbling Change Program. We are looking for non-profit organizations that want to be leaders in accessibility.

The EnAbling Change Program is an initiative of the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (ADO) that provides financial support and expertise to organizations to educate an industry or sector across the province on its obligations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

The program funds large-scale projects that have an impact across the province. Occasionally, the program funds projects that meet additional goals such as developing innovative approaches to increasing accessibility that directly or indirectly supports compliance with the AODA or awareness raising projects that focus on Ontario’s children and youth.

We ask that you submit your project idea by completing the Expression of Interest provided on our website at:
The deadline to submit your Expression of Interest is Friday, February 17, 2012.


Council hears about future trail plans around Bolton
Caledon Citizen
“We'll probably be the most trailed municipality in Ontario,” Mayor Marolyn Morrison said at the end of the presentation. Mike Bender, manager of conservation lands with TRCA, told councillors they have been looking at lands, consisting of roughly 970 ...
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Ajax offers businesses added exposure
durhamregion.com
The Welcome Cyclists Network offers cyclists province-wide information on bike-friendly businesses, trails, destinations, attractions and more to encourage visitors and residents to exploreOntario through cycling. For more information, contact Nadia ...
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Separate lanes at last
NOW Toronto
After years of polarizing debate and abandoned plans, at an open house on Thursday the city unveiled comprehensive designs for Toronto's first ever physically separated bike lanes. The wounds of the cycling wars are still raw, but if the lanes on ...
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Bridge Replacement Don Valley, Toronto - Mountain Bike Review
Just a heads up on what the City is up to in Crothers Woods in the Don Valley. From Parks, Forestry & Recreation at the City of Toronto: I wanted.
forums.mtbr.com/.../bridge-replacement-don-valley-toronto-7...


Council hears about future trail plans around Bolton
Caledon Citizen
“We'll probably be the most trailed municipality in Ontario,” Mayor Marolyn Morrison said at the end of the presentation. Mike Bender, manager of conservation lands with TRCA, told councillors they have been looking at lands, consisting of roughly 970 ...
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The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network (www.fabr.ca) is devoted to building a sustainable and prosperous life within the Biosphere. Among its many other initiatives, it sponsors the Biosphere Trail Council. 
We invite you to fill out an electronic survey for both trails users, trails groups and trails organizations. The Council has decided to develop a vision and strategy for trails within the Biosphere. We need to build on the great work that has been over the many decades past by trail enthusiasts. We need to see where else, and in what form we need more trails. Please complete this survey at:http://app.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/anna-r/biosphere-trails-council-survey/Please! Complete this survey by February 3, 2012!


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