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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Northridge Inn & Resort Reports Record Winter Season
PR Web (press release)
Northridge Inn & Resort, a four season resort in the Almaguin Highlands, north of Muskoka, Ontarioreports that they experienced a record-breaking season this past winter at the inn, due to good snow conditions and popular events in the area, ...
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Tillsonburg's Trans Canada Trail
Tillsonburg News
To date, over 16500 kilometres of trail are operational. Quebec and Manitoba have 100% of their connective trails completed while Ontario currently has around 62% of its finished. “We have a big challenge,” said MacPherson. “But we will do it.
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Canadian Cyclist - 2012 Plastiglas Ontario Cup Mountain Bike Race ...
Canadian Cyclist Online. The source for Canadian cycling news and information including mountain bike and road bike tours, adventure biking features, ...

Trails Education Courses 2012
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.

Heritage Toronto Walks 2012 - PRLink
From now to October, thousands of people attend our free neighbourhood walking tours. Covering all areas of the city, Heritage Toronto Walks tell the stories ...,313

Canoeing in and around Toronto
blogTO (blog)
Whether you launch your canoe in the East, or paddle in from the West, all pathsconverge on Toronto Island. The Islands are carved with little river systems. Birds and turtles and carp nest and spawn on sandy beaches and in warm, shallow pools.
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Cycle Toronto (@bikeunion) on Twitter
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