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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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2012 April 16 Archive - Toronto High Park Bicycle Club – Toronto's ...
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Town of Georgina passes bylaw to force smokers to butt out on beaches, parks ...
Toronto Star
Noor Javed Staff Reporter Sun-seekers won't be able to puff away along a Lake Simcoe beach anymore after the Town of Georgina passed a bylaw Monday night forcing smokers to butt out on beaches, parks and trails. The bylaw adds to an existing smoking ...
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Embrace the changing season in Ontario
Toronto Sun
The area offers panoramic views of the escarpment and Lake Ontario with a Lookout Trail and viewing platforms. Among the 20368 sightings last year were thousands of red-tailed hawks and turkey vultures and hundreds of red-shouldered and sharp-shinned ...
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LDSS grad helps Lakehead win national nordic ski title
Peterborough Examiner
Submitted photo Lucas Shewen competes at the OUA cross-country ski championships in Sudbury and receives encouragement from his Lakehead University coach Adam Kates. By DALE CLIFFORD Examiner Sports Writer Woodview's Lucas Shewen has enjoyed a first ...
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Protect Ontario's environment, our communities and natural heritage
The Ontario budget released on March 22 proposes changes to 69 Acts, including eight environmentally significant laws affecting the Ministry of Natural Resources. These laws include: the Endangered Species Act, the Provincial Parks and Conservation ...
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Kevin Callan's Wilderness Quest
CANOE & KAYAK (blog)
For Canadian canoeist, author and popular trade show personality Kevin Callan, Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park is a happy exception. The elimination of logging, mining, hunting and trapping in the park has created a sanctuary, the sort of place ...
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Southcoast Paddlesports Symposium
Dunnville Chronicle
NEW FOR 2012, and the LARGEST PADDLESPORTS SYMPOSIUM IN SOUTHERN ONTARIOCome and see why ... Sure, we have lots of kayaks and gear to try, but we also have ...

War of 1812 event gets financial boost
Windsor Star (blog)
The WindsorEssex Community Foundation received $139300 from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages to commemorate an event honouring the capture of the Fort of Detroit. “This battle formed, in a military sense, a key part of our early ...
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