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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Ontario Trails Daily News from the Ontario Trails Council

Ontario Hiking and Walking Trails
Gridlock Sam discusses making Toronto more walkable
Over the course of his near 30-minute presentation, Schwartz made the case for walking, which he said “provided a sense of place” to cities. “Streets say something about you, so Toronto as you go forward, you have an opportunity to be saying something ...
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Ontario Canoe and Kayak Trails
Canoe and rowing clubs unite for unique program
The Sudbury Star
And yet, here's the Sudbury Canoe Club and the Sudbury Rowing Club winning a key ... He competed Saturday at an Elite Ontario event and set a new personal ...

Canoes forced to navigate 'fast' water on Raisin RiverSeaway News
CORNWALL, Ontario - The 41st Raisin River Canoe Race was held on Sunday. The weather was cold, rainy, there were periods of sleet and snow. Despite all that, more than 150 canoes set off from St. Andrew's West and in the end 129 successfully made ...See all stories on this topic »

Ontario Cycling Trails
Ride a bike — extend a lifeThe Guardian Charlottetown (blog)
How well I remember my first bike – a turquoise and silver Raleigh that instantly transformed me into the happiest 10-year-old in Ontario. How I loved that bike, although I did stop short of John Lennon's childhood insistence on keeping his bicycle in ...
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Conservation Ontario supports Ontario Trails!
Lin Gibson elected Conservation Ontario vice-chair - Northern Life
Conservation Ontario is the network of the 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario, which deliver programs and services that protect and manage water and other natural resources in partnership with governments, landowners and other organizations.
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OTC Appreciates the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation
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