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Sunday, August 26, 2012

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Toronto Photo Walks: Pickering/Rouge Walk II
Toronto Photo Walks: Pickering/Rouge Walk II. Beaches, bluffs, and the lake. It was a good day for a long walk. The temperature wasn't too bad and the breeze ...

Into the wild of the Toronto Islands
Magee's parents opened the Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre, now owned by paddling enthusiast Dave Corrigan, decades ago when the shoreline was more dirt and mud than the neat concrete quays of today. ... Ontario's Winona is keen on peaches ...
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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

Creating a bicycle-friendly Toronto | Cycle Toronto
It's no wonder Toronto has one of the highest bicycle-car collision rates in Canada. ... Cycle Toronto urged the Chief Coroner of Ontario to conduct a provincial ...

Kayak Festival begins with sacred fire ceremony at sunrise
Timmins Times
The fourth annual Timmins Kayak Challenge and Festival began at 6:00 a.m. Saturday with the lighting of a sacred fire and smudge ceremony performed by Aboriginal elders. The event was held on the western bank of the Mattagami River and attended by ...
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