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Friday, September 14, 2012

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Walking for the exploited
Hamilton Spectator
The stop in Hamilton, where the largest human trafficking ring in Canadian history has unfolded, is part of the 200-kilometre hike from London to Toronto that began last week. For Burditt, the journey will take nine days. He's walking just over 20 ...
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City seeks solutions for railroaded cyclists
NOW Magazine
Transportation staff are expected to report back to the committee by the end of 2012, and despite Egan's words of caution, Jared Kolb of Cycle Toronto is hoping that staff return with workable solutions. Kolb favours warning signs, pavement markings ...
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Sidewalks for walking - Toronto article - News - MSN CA
The bikes have taken over. I have been wondering lately why so many people are riding their bicycles on the sidewalks. Are sidewalks not for pedestrians?

Bike Stuff at PWIC This Wednesday -- Action Alert! | Cycle Toronto
Hi All,. There are a several cycling-related items on the agenda for city's Public Works & Infrastructure Committee meeting that will be held this Wednesday. 

Lindsay Exhibition will be quite the 'Ride'
Kawartha Media Group
The Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of 32 riders and horses, plus the member in charge, executing a variety of intricate figures and cavalry drills choreographed to music. ... "There's already been a huge response from all over Ontario," he said.
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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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Special thanks to our sponsors of the Hike Haliburton Festival/ They are Carole Finn Artist, Pinestone Resort, Earthways Parker Pad and Printing, Cordell Carpets, Canoe FM, Haliburton Echo and Minden Times, Haliburton Media Arts Wilderness Medical Associates, Haliburton County Folk Society. If you would like to be sponsor or make a donation please contact us at 705-754-3436

Plans are now set for this year’s special 40th Anniversary conference. Our theme, “Honouring Roots...Standing Tall...Branching Out!” reflects our commitment to create a unique conference framework within which many of COEO's original “elders” and long-time “sustainers” will be personally invited to return to share in the celebration of: a) how our organization was born and nurtured, b) its current “best practices”, and c) what it is already in the process of becoming!
Please plan to join us as we explore new ideas and perspectives, learn and share, refocus and rejuvenate for the special “40th anniversary year” ahead! Our host site will be Camp Pine Crest, located near Torrance in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario
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