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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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Ontario reaffirms protected status of Wolf Lake
Yesterday, it looked like one of the “prettiest, most accessible canoe trips in Sudbury” could be at stake. Today, the province announced that it is backing away from a proposal to reduce protection in the heart of the Wolf Lake Old Growth Forest ...
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Health unit wants smoke-free outdoors
Walkertown Herald Times
Across Ontario more than 50 municipalities have already implemented a policy or bylaw that limit second hand smoke in outdoor spaces. Currently several municipalities in Grey Bruce have enacted bylaws or policies. They include, South Bruce, Owen Sound...
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Unique wilderness area protected on Manitoulin Island (photo)
Funding for this project was provided by the Government of Canada's Natural AreasConservation Program and the Government of Ontario, as well as, by donations from sisters Elspeth Newall and Katrine Howe, the Southern Ontario Orchid Society, ...
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Early birds are here - but skiers have fled
Ottawa Citizen
Cross-country skiers have time for a few more outings, as well. Jean Wolff, spokesperson for the NCC, says there's "maybe less than a week left" of good cross-country skiing conditions in the Greenbelt. In Gatineau Park, the majority of classic cross ...
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Barrie fests tops in province
The Barrie Advance
BARRIE - Festivals and Events Ontario has named Kempenfest and Winterfest among ... dog sledrides, lumberjack shows, a giant snow slide and ice sculptures.

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