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Friday, February 1, 2013

Ontario Trails - Lots of News from Ontario Trails!

Our first course begins TODAY February 1 - YOU can still sign up!
Trail Stewardship: examine the basic requirements of being an effective member of a trail management crew through conducting trail assessments, completing trail inventory, following trail standards and learning the basics of trail maintenance -


Toronto | 2013 Walk So Kids Can Talk
Date Sunday, May 5, 2013. Times Registration: 8 AM Walk start: 10 AM. Address Woodbine Park Coxwell Avenue & Lakeshore Blvd. E. Toronto, Ontario ...


North York Regional Cycle Toronto Meeting | Cycle Toronto
Come out to the first ever North York Regional Cycle Toronto Meeting. When: February 13th, 7-9pm. Where: North York Civic Center, Committee Room #1 ...

Cycle Toronto | Centre for Social Innovation
Stories @CSI: Cycle Toronto makes streets safer for all. By Lisa Ferguson Stuck on a barely mobile Queen St. streetcar, I was a captive audience for an ...


City of Toronto: East Don Trail Environmental Assessment
The City of Toronto is working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to study options for a multi-use trail system within the East Don ...


Firsts (a) - the Ontario Trails Council reviewed and supported Cycle Toronto report on the Beltline Trail, is accepted by Toronto City Council.

OTC went to 3 community meetings over the past 14 months and provided commentary to the City on the Trail and next steps.

This is the first report from Cycle Toronto accepted by Toronto City Council.

The full report is available here:


Ontario Cross Country Ski Trails

Nipissing Nordic Skiers Step Up at NorAms
Bay Today
The past weekend's NorAm cross-country ski races gathered together Ontario's varsity ski teams at Highland Nordic in Duntroon, while racers from across the ...

Ontario Snowshoe Trails

Snowshoeing is Easy to Learn
More like hiking than cross country skiing, snowshoeing is one of the fastest ... and look across Lake Ontario to see the skyline of Toronto, 38 miles away.  


Join us at Trailhead Ontario - June 9-11, 2013 as we discuss "Ontario Trails - From Recreation to Tourism."
Supported by Regional Tourism Organization 8 - Our Favorite Place.


Did you Know?

First Nations had been in the Kawartha area since before 1000 A.D. and there are two notable sites surviving from this era – Petroglyphs Provincial Park and Serpent Mounds.  We’ll share more on these intriguing sites later. 

The Curve Lake First Nation is Mississauga Ojibway First Nation located in just north of the City of Peterborough.  Here they play host to the Cultural Centre that allows you to step into history and surround yourself in the culture and history of Curve Lake First Nation, with artifacts and unique exhibits we will take you into a world of storytelling, Art, History and ceremony.


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