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Thursday, August 2, 2012

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Woodland Mountain Bike Trail in Cambridge, Ontario ...
Woodland is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Cambridge, Ontario. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Woodland bike trail in Cambridge.

By Greg
The Ontario Cycling Association (OCA) is proud to unveil the list of 12 Ontario Teams and 48 cyclists who have been selected to race the 2012 Ontario Summer Games. The athletes and coaches will attend the 2012 OSG opening ceremony at ...
Ontario Cycling Association
Peel Region cycling: 46000 more bike rides in five years
Toronto Star
SAN GREWAL/TORONTO STAR Leslie Benfield cycles along Peel Centre Dr. in Brampton during his lunch hour Friday. Benfield and other cyclists will begin using GPS devices to help Peel Region officials better understand the needs of cyclists. It's part of a ...
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Completing Our Streets
In 2009, TCAT and the Toronto Cyclists Union (now Cycle Toronto) teamed up to bring the concept to Toronto. Earlier this year, TCAT produced Complete Streets by Design, an “envisioning exercise,” as Whitney calls it, “that shows what Toronto could be.” ...
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Toronto appoints new chief planner
MetroNews Canada
She delivered a speech in Regina in May on the value of walking to school, and she is the founder of Project Walk, which created a short film, Pedestrian Jar that appeared at the Toronto International Film Festival. “Using irony and humour, the film seeks to ...
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Trailhead Ontario
New Ontario Heritage Trust Executive Director Announced
Canada NewsWire (press release)
Her strong leadership and commitment to conservation will ensure that the Trust remains a centre of excellence for the delivery of services to the government and communities of Ontario." — Thomas H.B. Symons, Chairman of the Ontario Heritage Trust ...
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The Bulletin is Downtown Toronto's Best Read Community Newspaper
Jared Kolb, director of membership and outreach for Cycle Toronto (formerly the Toronto Cyclists Union) says the current design of bike lanes on Wellesley ...

Ontario Cycling Trails - Like Us
Teen to cycle to NYC for Alzheimer's research
Canadian Jewish News (blog)
For most people, just the drive from Toronto to New York would be an exhausting trip, but 19-year-old Benji Pister will be making the 800-kilometre journey by bicycle next month. It will take him six days. Pister, who has just finished his first year of life sciences ...
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Ontario Place: A place to grow, anew
Hamilton Spectator
McGuinty has done some courageous things since he became premier, among them the creation of Ontario's Greenbelt, 1.8 million acres of permanently protected ... 

Inspired by Armstrong, Windsor teens cycle for funds
Windsor Star (blog)
Michele D'Agnillo, 16, left, and Andrei Enache, 16, are pictured on the eve of their trip to Ottawa, Ont., where they will be bicycling back to Windsor to raise money for cancer research, Saturday, July 28, 2012. (DAX MELMER/The Windsor Star). Increase ...
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Trails of 1812
Harper Government Helps Commemorate the War of 1812 in Haldimand County
Canada NewsWire (press release)
With this support, Haldimand County will undertake a variety of educational activities that will highlight local War of 1812 history. Activities include the creation of a map of War of 1812 sites found in the county, an 1812-themed Heritage Day workshop, and a ...
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Harper Government Commemorates the Role of Aboriginal Peoples in the War ...
Canada NewsWire (press release)
BRANTFORD, ON, July 30, 2012 /CNW/ - Investments in the Woodland Cultural Centre will increase access to Indigenous arts and heritage, boost tourism, and raise awareness of the role played by Aboriginal people during the War of 1812. Support for the ...
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Pink canoe to portage into town on Wednesday; 21-year-old student treks across ...
Windsor Star (blog)
Andrew Metcalfe is carrying a bright pink canoe way across Ontario from Kingston, with a loop through Ottawa, all the way to Windsor to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. He called it the Pink Portage. Why pink? Both his mother and ...
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Please join us for an upcoming information session to learn more about the Great Lakes Community Guardian Fund (
The dates and locations of the sessions are:
July 31, 2012 Toronto
August 2, 2012 Thunder Bay
August 8, 2012 Kingston
August 15, 2012 Windsor
August 22, 2012 Cambridge
August 23, 2012 Toronto (targeted to First Nations communities and organizations)
August 29, 2012 Toronto
Please reserve your spot at the information sessions by phone or email. Once you’ve reserved your spot, we will contact you with more details including specific location, time, agenda and webinar sign-in information.
To reserve your spot at an information session Email:

Telephone: In the Greater Toronto Area: 416-325-4000
Toll-free: 1-800-565-4923
TTY in the Greater Toronto Area: 416-326-9236
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