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Friday, March 23, 2012

Ontario Trails News - Paddle, Bike, Hike and Ride Ontario's Trails

Locals training hard at canoe camp
NORTH BAY-Five athletes from the North Bay Canoe Club are among approximately 50 athletes attending the Ontario Canoe Sprint Racing Affiliation Development ...

Rotary Club fundraising for rubber walking track Dunnville Chronicle
Schofield has made an application to the Ontario Trillium Foundation to ... club enter a five-year lease agreement with the County for the walking track.

Midland Free Press
The Huronia Museum exhibit is in preparation for Dr. Alan Taylor who will kick-off the exhibit by speaking at the Huronia Museum Heritage Dinner on May 4, 2012 on his new book -The Civil War of1812 American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebel sand ...See all stories on this topic »

Carp hosts 13th Valley Fishing and Outdoors Show April 13-15
EMC West Carleton
EMC events - More space than ever, more exhibitors and more contests and prizes. It all adds up to the best 'Valley Fishing and Outdoors Show' in the 13-year history of the Carp extravaganza which runs April 13-15. The Carp Fairgrounds and Arena ...See all stories on this topic »

Trail Education and Skill Development
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Ontario Trails: Ontario Trails News - Paddle, Bike, Hike and Ride ...
But a recent posting from Alan Medcalf suggests that the Ministry of Transportation consulted with the Ontario Trails Council about cycling infrastructure that .

Take the Lane: Review of Ontario cycling deaths will take a little longer
By TheRecord
Further to my impatient query Wednesday about the coroner's office review of Ontario cyclingdeaths, Toronto West regional coroner Dr. Dan Cass called to say that while the announcement of his report last year said it would be ready in...Take the Lane

Running toward a world without diabetes
The Sudbury Rocks Race, Run or Walk for Diabetes is northern Ontario's largest competitive running event. According to Heather Robertson, public programs ...

No extra BIXI bike locations to be added in Toronto?

blogTO (blog)
The model molders a bit when you consider that Toronto's stations are locked intoToronto's concrete core, and if you're headed much to the west of Bathurst or east of Parliament, you're out of luck. Furthermore, it seems that there are no new BIXI ...See all stories on this topic »

Burlington Ontario one of the best places for retirees and senior citizens
The southeast and downtown residential areas offer condominiums overlooking Lake Ontario and the walking trails of Spencer Smith Park, while the northeast part of Burlington has a good selection of townhomes popular with younger retirees who enjoy the ...See all stories on this topic »

Canuck Abroad (blog)
Ski resorts and cross country skiing are winter favourites. Outstanding golf courses dot the province and offer weekend inn getaways. Other inns offers spas or tours of Ontario wine country. Over three hundred parks offer scenic adventures, ...See all stories on this topic »

Great People - Great Trails - June 17-20, 2012

Provincial – National Trails Panel – We welcome the Hon. Michael Chan (invited) to open our session Once again the OTC appreciates the support of the Canadian Trails Federation and The National Trails Coalition as they report on their efforts nationally in Ottawa, and across all 13 territories and provinces as they work to implement, improve and provide funding for trail development. A must-see section for groups that are project ready, require a few more dollars to get that project off the ground, or for folks who are just interested in how other provinces do trails! In 2011 Ontario informed BC about Active transportation.  Come and expose your work on the national scene – others can learn from your experience.

Regional Trail Initiatives - In this session we profile 4 projects of regional significance. All of these projects will improve regional tourism visitations, regional heritage, open regional lands for trail use and promote the regional sense of trails – networks and connectivity. This is important.  Each of these projects is regionally significant and represents a different angle on trail type. In this way the trail implementation and trail management process is subtly, but importantly, different. Learn more about how these types of trail are benefitting the region and how you may get a similar project underway in your region.

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