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Friday, March 30, 2012

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

Outreach Coordinator(s), p/t, Toronto Cyclists Union, Toronto, Ontario   
Green/Environmental Job in Ontario: Outreach Coordinator(s), p/t, Toronto Cyclists Union, Toronto,Ontario, Canada. On Canada's Eco-Job Board, ...

Call for nominations to Ontario Heritage Trust community recognition programs
Canada NewsWire (press release)
The Lieutenant Governor's Ontario Heritage Award is the highest level of recognition awarded through the programs. "By conserving our heritage, volunteers and communities help to ensure thatOntario's history lives on," said Dr. Thomas HB Symons, ...
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Winter is shrinking
When Niall Williams was a kid, he remembers cross-country skiing and downhill skiing during the March break. With unseasonably warm temperatures, it was difficult to do either of these activities during March break this year, as the snow was rapidly ...
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Trail project wins "Cheer" funding
Community Press
By Emily Mountney The Eastern Ontario Trials Alliance along with the communities of Tweed and Tyendinaga are the local recipients of a $50000 grant towards their project from the Molson Coors Community Cheer campaign. The idea behind the project is to ...
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Walkable cities are healthier, study says
Global Montreal
People walk past a currency exchange store displaying day's exchange rate in Toronto;Ontario;on March 15;2011. Canada's economy surged at the end of 2010;with growth of 3.3 percent in the fourth quarter from a year earlier led by higher exports;a ...
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    Toronto gets new national park in federal budget
Rouge Park is more than 10000 acres of green space that extends from Markham down to Lake Ontario and is bordered by Pickering on the east and Toronto on the west. Making it a national park means the area will be protected from future development, ...
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Inside an Ontario ski-country retreat
Globe and Mail
That included a large outdoor whirlpool hot tub and an elaborate basement spa. At the centre of the main floor is a tall feature fireplace, its hearth and its chute made of Indiana limestone. The stone is mitered – cut on a 45-degree angle – for ...
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Walking With A Camera: Toronto Photo Walks: Downtown West II
Toronto Photo Walks: Downtown West II. Back alleys, streets, Kensington Market. Lots to see and lots to shoot. Old walls, new playgrounds, broken things.

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