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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Ontario Trails - Trail News from Ontario's Outdoors!

Next Stop: Your Campsite
Canada NewsWire
TORONTO, June 26, 2012 /CNW/ - On June 29 at 7:00 AM, the Hon. ... including award-winningBike Train Initiative and the Welcome Cyclists Network. Mountain ...


Bike helmet law a no-brainer
Toronto Sun
Requiring adult cyclists to wear helmets makes so much sense, we're amazed it isn't already the law in Ontario.
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Sasha on the Street » Ontario's Coroner Reports on Cycling Deaths
Sasha on the Street - A civil engineer's perspective on transportation and sustainable infrastructure.
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Trail system an underused gem
Brantford Expositor
“Brant's Crossing is the hub of Ontario's trails. It is now and it always will be,” Mary Welsh said. “The main Trans-Canada Trail comes through here on 26 ...
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Eco-adventure a growing attraction
Brantford Expositor
Visitors are often astounded by the wilderness and the trail system that ... scenic area and it's hard to believe you're in the heart of southern Ontario.


Sunnyside Bike Park designer happy with results
insideTORONTO.com
Staff photo/LISA RAINFORD Bicycle motorcross (BMX) and mountain bike riders braved ... the City of Toronto's Scott Laver said the strip of land between the ...



First Nations had chance to reapply for War of 1812 funding, but ...
Sault Star
Manoni confirmed Algoma 1812 received $49950 from the Department of Canadian Heritage 1812Commemoration Fund and $96900 from the Building ...
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