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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Ontario Trails for Hiking, Biking, Canoeing or Camping

Ontario Trails Council Annual General Meeting - June 18th, 1200 Noon at Trailhead Ontario. We need 12 for quorum. Please be sure to attend. We are also seeking nominations from 6 candidates to our Board. For information call Patrick at 877-668-7245.

ITD - June 2, 2012

Rebuilding the past, one canoe at a time
Rebuilding the past, one canoe at a time. The Fort Severn First Nation, in northern Ontario, is restoring 20 freight canoes with help from outside boat builders. Shown, a group of kids watch as acanoe is painted. Community elder Stanley Thomas, 76, ...
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The park that history forgot will no longer be forgotten
Hamilton Spectator
100 — is already cultivating a reputation for staging impactful events... U of T defeated ParkdaleCanoe Club, 26-6, as Hughie Gall scored 13 points, ...

Area War of 1812 events more than pass muster
Brockville Recorder and Times
Garrison Weekend in Prescott is behind us and the Bicentennial Heritage Fair is upcoming this weekend in Spencerville. During this brief gap in area War of 1812 events it is perhaps an ideal time to offer a tip of our hats – or, perhaps more ...
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Long lost regimental colour from War of 1812 to rise again
Toronto Star
... an amphibious raid on Sackets Harbor, New York, across Lake Ontario from Kingston. ... “It was a march that was conducted with the aid of snowshoes and ...

Camp Kennebec, a residential camp for children with special needs, located in Arden, Ontario is looking for horseback riding staff/ camp counselor for the ...

Camping 101 in Ontario
Toronto Sun
A few years back, the Ontario Parks system did some investigating and discovered something more: New Canadians are even less likely to have tried camping. Curious as to why so many of us are missing out on the one activity that is supposed come as ...
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SFI Awards $32000 Research Grant to Protect Water Resources in the Boreal Forest
PR Newswire (press release)
The grant is being awarded under SFI ® 's Conservation and Community Partnerships Grant Program. The Forest Co-op partners participating in this collaborative include the Ontario SFI Implementation Committee, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, ...
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Northern Ontario Karting Championship Double-Header this Weekend in Sutton
The newly dubbed double-header event is certain to attract even more entries, as the Sutton eventwill mark the first start for the NOKC as a traveling series. Also, with Round #2 & 3 combined points races for the Innisfil Kart Club, the racing action ...
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Toronto Horse Day - June 2, 2012
Horse Day is a free, one-day, public event designed to educate people of all ages about horses and provides visitors with the opportunity to experience horses up close and personal.  Horse Day includes educational stations, riding and driving demonstrations and information displays in an effort to promote horses and equestrian activity in Ontario.

Weight Watchers, Running Room team up for June 3 walk - Toronto ...
BURLINGTON POST - Weight Watchers and the Running Room have joined forces for the third annual Walk-!T Challenge set for Sunday, June 3.

Bike Month logo

For the past 23 years Bike Month has been organized and delivered by the City of Toronto with growing participation by Toronto's many cycling and community groups. Bike Month has evolved from a 1998 Bike to Work Day event to become the largest event of its kind in Canada. As the city expanded through amalgamation, so did the event’s scope and focus. Last year 50 groups including various businesses, community groups, organizations and individuals, hosted over 100 bike events. We’re excited to announce that over the next three years Bike Month will transition from a City of Toronto program to a community-based program led by Cycle Toronto (formerly the Toronto Cyclists Union).

Trails Education Courses 2012

Trail Education Courses -  23 Sessions and Counting We have it all - 14 modules - and soon On-Line! Book Today.

Course Calendar  - click the link on the course name to download the flyer for that course!
Course Descriptions 
Register - click on your choice, register on-line

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.

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