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Monday, April 23, 2012

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Parkdale resident gets green award for leadership
After nearly 30 years of conservation work under his belt Chris Winter, executive director of theConservation Council of Ontario, (CCO) won the 2012 Green Toronto Award for leadership. Staff photo/ERIN HATFIELD YORK: The residential fruit picking ...
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Too cute to die? Experts say we're too selective about species we choose to ...
Montreal Gazette
Ugly animals — as judged by human eyes — are far more likely to be left aside when humans draw up conservation plans. Anyone care to save Ontario's rattlesnakes? Canadian ecology experts say such thinking means we're in danger of re-shaping nature to ...
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Landowners fight cliff staircase
Owen Sound Sun Times
The Peninsula Bruce Trail Club sought permission from Northern Bruce ... on land owned by theOntario Heritage Trust and managed by the Bruce Trail ...

April showers bring … April snow
Hamilton Spectator
The statement forecasted wet snow and ice pellets initially, ... extent of the precipitation just “grazes” eastern Ontario, stopping at the Ottawa area.

Geocacher will clean up at SNCITO3 in Casselman
Finch - April 21, 2012 - Geocachers of Eastern Ontario and South NationConservation are inviting members of the general public to join forces with local and area geocachers on Saturday April 28 for a major clean-up in and around Casselman.
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Focus shifts to policy as Canada marks Earth Day
A person in a polar bear costume greets people taking part in a Walk for Water Public Action during Earth Day activities on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Sunday, April 22, 2012. (Fred Chartrand / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Volunteers plant trees at Everett ...
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Learning to see what's off the beaten path
Guelph Mercury
At the time some people looked at the Niagara Escarpment as just a big pile of gravel to be used to build Toronto. Philip, we were told, was confident that what became the seed of the Bruce Trailneeded to be done and that he could do it.
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