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Saturday, August 18, 2012

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Rare birchbark canoe repatriated from UK to Peterborough museum
Winnipeg Free Press
Kenneth Lister, assistant curator of anthropology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, thinks there could be other ancient Canadian canoes waiting to be discovered in Europe, even ones much older than the Enys craft. "If there's one like this there ...
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Canoe and kayak sprint event is first to finish at 2012 Ontario Summer Games
Canoe and kayak sprint event is first to finish at 2012 Ontario Summer Games. Canoe and kayak sprint were the first events to be completed at the 2012 Ontario Summer Games. The finals had already wrapped up by mid-afternoon on Aug. 16, even before the ...
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Rally supports horse, agricultural industries
Former PC candidate Paula Peroni and the Sudbury Provincial PC Riding Association, the Northern Ontario Horsemen Association and Robertson's Training Centre will stage a rally Aug. 27 in support of the horse and agricultural industries in the Sudbury ...
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Hiking Buddies!
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
7:00 PM  The Town of Whitby is fortunate to have the light house for the marina and a park that borders along the shores of Lake Ontario. It's a beautiful walk going east from the parking area.  The walk will be from 7 to 8 p.m...
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Sherbourne won't be complete until 2014, but that won't save the Jarvis bike lane
Open File
"Sherbourne is being reconstructed and that's fantastic," says Jared Kolb of Cycle Toronto. But Kolb notes that the bargain that City Council worked out in July 2011 was the removal of the Jarvis bike lane after the Sherbourne Bike Lane was complete.
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Extra, Extra: Celebrating Yonge, Swimming Lake Ontario, Cycling Jarvis
Extra, Extra: Celebrating Yonge, Swimming Lake Ontario, Cycling Jarvis. By Hamutal Dotan • Photos by Christopher Drost. Every weekday's end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. 20120817xx1 ...
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Naval Historian Participates in the Celebration for War of 1812 Bicentennial
US Navy SEALs Blog & Information (blog)
A naval historian for the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) on Aug. 13 provides unique and inspiring insights into the life of U. S. Navy Sailors during the tumultuous time of the War of 1812. Christine Hughes was helping the Naval Support ...
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Tour de Greenbelt in Rouge Park! - September 15, 2012 | Ontario ...
Hello! I hope you are enjoying the summer in spite of the extreme heat. We are in the process of planning another Tour de Greenbelt in Rouge Park and would
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