Friday, November 9, 2012

Ontario Trails - Your Best Outdoor Experiences are part of an Ontario Trail!


Urban Walks This Week


Online registration for TBTC events. An increasing number of hike leaders are making use of the online registration system for their hiking trips. To ensure that you get a spot on a walk you are interested in take advantage of this quick and easy process.
Click here for  a step by step description of how a member can register. Take a look and give it a try!


Saturday, November 10 2012 Urban walk Level I - Toronto, Beach Boardwalk Area
DURATION OF HIKE                               PACE                                                    TERRAIN
2.0 hrs                                                   3 km/hr                                                  Mostly flat
Dropout at any time, Beginners, Families, Refreshments after.
Depart 1:15 pm, outside the Beaches Library, 2161 Queen St E.
Yonge subway to Queen St, and Queen streetcar east to 2161 Queen St E.
Grace Lake, (416) 239-7737
Come and join us for a hike along the boardwalk and surrounding area along Lake Ontario. If you like, please bring a donation to the Escarpment Legacy Fund. 
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If you are in the Sleeping Giant Provinical Park area THIS Sunday, you will want to come out for the Gardner Lake Trail Hike with our friends at Nor'wester Voyageur Trail Club!

Easy hike over rugged terrain and a chance to see deer and moose:)


Sunday at 10:30am at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park
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Our Plan for 2013 We are working with the full support of  Our Favorite Place (RTO8), Peterborough and the Kawartha’s Tourism and a number of local trails groups to bring you the best Trailhead Ontario yet!. There are a lot of new trails and trail tourism partnerships in RTO8. The Ontario Trails “Trailhead Ontario 2013″ Committee is  is pleased to announce the Holiday Inn Waterfront Peterborough as the location of our conferencing. Site locations for our trail education program are being determined now.
New for 2013 -Regional Tourism development includes trails. Trail packages, trail experiences, trail destinations. This takes a blending of major destinations, natural topographies, parks, conservation, county forest and up to 18 different trail activities. What’s in your “Trail Mix”? What’s our plan for marketing this unique matrix of dynamic outdoor experiences so that the world can find the world’s best range of trail fun right here at home. 
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OFSC Seeks Safety Campaign Proposals
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs is currently seeking proposals from qualified individuals or organizations to provide project planning, implementation, and administrative oversight for the development of a Responsible Rider Safety Campaign. A copy of the Request for Proposals document can be found here:http://www.ofsc.on.ca/images/stories/About_Us/Opportunities/RFP-Responsible_Rider_Safety_Campaign-12-10-24.pdf

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Georgian Bay Coastal Trail - Parry Sound :

Exciting Job Opportunity with GBCT! We are hiring a Marketing and Communications Coordinator on a one year contract. Please share with anyone you know who might be interested in the job and is eligible. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Georgian-Bay-Coast-Trail/76435991161
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Supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation
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Public Meetings
Horses - 


Rural communities in Wellington County are constantly seeking to increase economic activity. The horse industry has been one of the major forms supporting economic growth in rural Ontario. This research will investigate the potential for horse trail system development in Wellington County. The resu...
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Equine Canada is the leading national sport and equine organization in the country. It fulfills a broad range of governance, advocacy and development functions, all of which focus, in one way or another, on the horse and draw on the enthusiasm it arouses. As a result of its efforts, Equine Canada is recognized by Sport Canada and the F├ęderation Equestre Internationale (FEI) as the national governing body for equestrian sport and recreation in Canada. It is the industry sector leader, and as such is recognized and supported by Agriculture and Agri-food Canada. In particular, its leadership in improving both the quality and condition of horses is lauded at home and abroad.

Equine Canada is currently seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization and the implementation of its new strategic plan, One Vision.

Closing Date: Friday, November 30, 2012, 5 pm (Eastern Standard Time)
 
If you are ready for a challenge and to lead our national organization, please submit your resume, references and salary expectations, in confidence, to:
 
Mike Gallagher, President
Equine Canada
2685 Queensview Drive, Suite 100 Ottawa, ON K2B 8K2
Email: president@equinecanada.ca

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