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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Ontario Trail Education - take a course improve trails!


Trail Education
Our event calendar shows weekly adjustments to our course offerings. This week we have added another date for Volunteer Management with Diana Smyth and adjusted out two courses from this current week.

In addition, we have added the new Trail Design Course detailed below. We have also taken calls from some folks wishing to take the Trails Marketing Course in Kingston October 18, 2012. Those seats were block purchased by RTO 9, what we could do is work with you to get another RTO 1-or 4- or 7? to purchase a block of seats so that folks can attend in those areas. Sorry for any confusion this may cause. Thank you.

Be sure to use our array of press or other flyers to circulate to your local papers or possible attendees. All available for use - call - 877-668-7245 or 519-941-8911, or 1-866-560-7783

Windsor cops join remembrance ride
Windsor Star (blog)
Heather McPhee, an avid cyclist, said she has an extra motivation for enduring the long journey. Four years ago her sister, Meredith McPhee, a police dispatcher, was killed while riding her bike near Tobermory, Ont. “Riding is a huge passion of mine ...
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2nd Annual Tour de King September 30th, 2012 | Ontario Cycling ...
By Greg
2nd Annual Tour de King September 30th, 2012. Reversed Route, Great Food and Live Entertainment. September 21, 2012 – Chico Racing is once again hosting the Tour de King, Ontario'sfall classic point-to-point event, Sunday September ...
Ontario Cycling Association

Faceoff: McMahon vs. Cluley
Post City
The recent Ontario Coroner's report on cycling deaths says the point of purchase is a good opportunity for dissemination of cycling safety and education information. Simply generating revenue for the city — instead of boosting cycling programs — is ...

A Costly Mistake - Write Your Councillor Now to Save the Jarvis St. Bike Lanes

 separated bike lanes
Time's running out to save the Jarvis St bike lanes. In early September, we were notified by the Province of Ontario that our request for an Environmental Assessment on Jarvis St had been denied. It's now up to City Council to reverse their decision on Jarvis St. With 7 weeks until their scheduled removal, we need you to act now to save the Jarvis St bike lanes. That will only happen if all of us who have a say in what goes on in our city demand it. There are only 2 council sessions left between now and the bike lanes' scheduled date for removal.

Contact your City Councillor now  and tell them to protect the Jarvis Street bike lanes! Need help with wording your letter? Click here for all the reasons to save the Jarvis St. lanes.

Path of the Paddle seeks to form trails group here
Atikokan Progress
Each RTC should reflect the region and the project's stakeholders, including anyone willing to maintain a section of trail or portage (service groups, Ontario Rangers, high school students looking for volunteer hours, and trail users) as needed, said Kurz.
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