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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Ontario Trails - Hike, Bike, Ride or Paddle Ontario's Trails

Canadian Cyclist - Clinic with Zach Bell in Ontario
Canadian Cyclist Online. The source for Canadian cycling news and information including mountainbike and road bike tours, adventure biking features, ...

Physicians turn to exercise prescriptions to prevent and treat chronic condition
Toronto Star
It holds regular forums on the topic and runs free guided nature walks for 90 minutes on Sunday afternoons as a way to introduce families to its 27-kilometre network oftrails. Ottawa's recent pledge to make giant Rouge Park in east-end Toronto into ...
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Trail Education Courses -  23 Sessions and Counting We have it all - 14 modules - and soon On-Line! Book Today.

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Courses are for information and knowledge exchange purposes only. All courses are offered on a first come first serve basis. Instructors reserve the right to limit class sizes. Courses may be offered more than once in the calendar year. Some minimum student levels are necessary to run certain courses, so offered courses may change without notice.

Grand paddling
Guelph Mercury
When they paddle by, they think of deceased club founder Eric Thomlinson who pointed out ...Saugeen, Beaver or French Rivers; on rivers outside Ontario.

Norwood District High School video wins Historica-Dominion Institute's Make ...
Peterborough Examiner
Students at Norwood District High School and East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton have been selected as winners of the Historica-Dominion Institute's War of 1812 heritage contest. Norwood District High School video wins Historica-Dominion ...
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We have an event execution team with an excellent track record, every single event to date has been a huge success for the both parties, in fact we are returning to a number of our 2010 and 2011 venues this year. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, my number is 718-285-7861. I have attached a couple useful documents introducing Tough Mudder and the benefits of hosting our event. Contact John Curran, Venue Scout.

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