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Thursday, February 23, 2012

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Conservation dinner planned for March 3
Owen Sound Sun Times
By THE SUN TIMES The Sydenham Sportsmen's Association, along with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, will hold its 17th annual conservation dinner March 3. The dinner, to be catered by the Boot and Blade restaurant and held at the Harry ...
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Bring Back the Salmon Partnership Wins Major Award
Bradenton Herald
By Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters PETERBOROUGH, ON, Feb. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) and their partners have been honored with the Spring Fishing & Boat Show Conservation Project of the Year ...
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Ice fishing derby coming Saturday, March 3
CottageCountryNow.ca
In the foreground is the Thompson family from Drayton Ontario (near Waterloo) posing with the DSSC 's trail patrol members at Blue Lake. Submitted photo McKellar Sunshine Seniors bid euchre winners on Wednesday, Feb. 15, were: Tom Phipps with 357, ...
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War of 1812 hot topic at Heritage Day Workshop | Brant News
By jzronik
Actors perform during the 15th annual Heritage Day Workshop in St. George. War of 1812 hot topic at Heritage Day Workshop. Sean Allen BRANT NEWS. The unheard stories of the War of 1812 were the focus of the 15th annual Heritage Day ...
Brant News



Is the Oak Ridges Moraine protected?
ECO/Huff Strategy (press release)
Hosts the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail - a 273 km recreational trail that traverses the entire length of the Moraine. • Provides habitat for 40 percent of Ontario's species at risk including bobolinks, red-shouldered hawks, monarch butterflies and ...
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Triathletes taking over the Toronto freeway
Globe and Mail
... cycling and running segments – as his final competitive warm-up for the 2012 ... on new man-made infrastructures in facility-poor Southern Ontario.



Nipissing Nordic Brings Home Medals from Ontario Cup
Bay Today
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 by: Chris DawsonTIMMINS, ON – The Lakers Varsity Nordic Ski team had a breakthrough set of results at this weekend's Ontario Cup races in Timmins, bringing back 5 medals from the 3 days of races.
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Snowshoe Workshop at Frontenac Provincial Park
Kingston This Week
In 1983 and 1985, he was the international race walking champion on snowshoes. As well, Grenda conducted snowshoe clinics in Ontario, Manitoba and in France ...



Elementary school cross-country ski race hosts largest field ever
CottageCountryNow.ca
Sam Power of Riverside Public School tries his best at the annual Muskoka ElementaryCross-Country Ski Race. HUNTSVILLE - The annual Muskoka Elementary Cross-Country SkiRace took place on Feb. 10 at the Arrowhead Nordic Ski Club at Arrowhead ...
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Downtown will be busy with back-to-back games
CottageCountryNow.ca
HUNTSVILLE - As many as 4000 people could crowd downtown Huntsville on Friday as part of the sprint finals of the Ontario Federation of Schools Athletic Associations' 2012 Nordic skichampionships, say organizers. John Cowan, who is the co-convenor of ...
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Sprints, Loppet all set to go next week
The Chronicle Journal
“It's the largest cross-country ski event in Northwestern Ontario,” Gallagher said. “Many people begin skiing their first race in the Sleeping Giant Loppet. A lot of families use it to get together for a day of fun in the park and on the other side of ...
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New Sports and Recreation Show at WFD this weekend
London Community News
Proof of the show's new format is the added feature of a 200-foot zipline in the event's OutdoorAdventure Zone. Said to be the largest indoor zipline in Ontario, according to Long Point Eco-Adventures, the group setting up the activity, the line will ...
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More Off-Road Bike Trails Are In the Pipeline
Torontoist
Friday is your last opportunity to tell the City what you think of its new bike-trail plans. By Geoffrey Mosher Riding along the Lakeshore Path near the Beaches. Photo by TOrebelXTguy from the Torontoist Flickr Pool For cyclists in Toronto...

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Shelburne kids, Mono resident up for Ontario Heritage awards
Orangeville Citizen
By WES KELLER & DAN PELTON A group of Centre Dufferin District High School (CDDHS) students determined to maintain the memory of Canadians who have fallen in combat, and a dedicated trail keeper from Mono are recipients of the 2011 Ontario Lieutenant ...


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