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Friday, July 6, 2012

Outoors on Ontario Trails - Bike, Ride, Horse or Canoe this Weekend

Riding for a purpose
Welland Tribune
If Ontario is to become a desired destination for cyclists, it will need continued growth of major events like the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure Tour. The fifth annual 730-kilometre cycling tour begins July 14 in Niagara-on-the-Lake and spans some ...
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Mother, son team tackle the Great Waterfront Trail
Hamilton Spectator
The GWTA is a great way to try bike touring and explore the many communities along the shores of Lake Ontario. With manageable distances, regular rest areas and snacks, accommodations (including camping at conservation areas, historic forts and more), ...

Separating bike lanes « Spacing Toronto
Toronto needs separated bike lanes -- on wide, fast roads such as the Richmond/ Adelaide corridor, suburban Eglinton Avenue where the LRT will be built, or the ...

Ontario Youth Unite for Cycling - Share the Road
A Youth Cycling Advocacy Committee will learn about cycling advocacy work already underway, select areas to focus on, then plan an Ontario Youth Bike ...

Hundreds of racers expected for Walden stop
The Sudbury Star
The City of Greater Sudbury and Walden Mountain Bike Club have partnered with Chico Racing to host the Ontario Cup Cross-Country Mountain Bike Series at the Naughton Ski/Bike Trails. TheOntario Cup is a seven-race series with stops across Ontario...
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Wolfpack hopes to howl at home course
The Sudbury Star
Crystal Sabel rides a lot of momentum into Sunday's Plastiglas Ontario Cup XC Mountain Bike Series event, hosted by her own Walden Mountain Bike Club. Sabel has been a standout all season for the Walden club's Wolfpak Racing Team, winning four ...
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To connect with Ontario Trails, sign up for Facebook today. ... The Ontario Trails Council (OTC) - Conseil des Sentiers de l'Ontario – is a charity that promotes the ...


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Brantford is truly the hub of the Ontario outdoor trails system. The Paris to Cambridge Rail Trail is made from an original packed gravel rail bed that follows the ...

Canoeing on Ontario's Grand River
Toronto Sun
Slipping along the banks of Ontario's Grand River in a canoe, it's easy to imagine yourself as a pioneering explorer searching for new trade routes.
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Rouge Park - Ontario Trails Council
Upper Left: First Aid training; setting up tarp shelters. Lower Left: Judy, Erik and Christine at a Rouge Park event. Above: Hike Ontario trail training March 2012 ...

Harper Government Helps Commemorate the War of 1812 in Norfolk (press release)
NORFOLK, ON, July 5, 2012 /CNW/ - An investment from the Government of Canada in Norfolk's local heritage will help commemorate the War of 1812, promote tourism, and stimulate the local economy. Support for the Port Dover Harbour Museum's project ...
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Go Fish! Ontario Family Fishing Week runs July 7-15
MarketWatch (press release)
During OFFE, Canadian residents between the ages of 18 and 64 years who would normally be required to purchase a fishing license, can fish Ontario waters license-free. Conservation license limits apply, as do all other provincial fishing regulations ...
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