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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Ontario Trails News - ATV Safety, Cycling Safety, Land Management and more about Ontario Trails

This Summer Try Paddle Boarding and Kayaking the Great Lakes ...
Madison County Courier
Piyak Paddle owner Pia Hogue enjoys kayaking as an historic sailing ship ... Lake Ontario, Niagara River, and Lake Erie in New York and Pennsylvania.


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Trail Counts


Ever wondered who is using your trail and when? Looking for more than just a static count of trail activity? Tell others about what type of person is using your trail, what makes your trail a popular destination...and more!


We have your answer.

Utilizing smartphone technology trail users can now complete a short survey that:
  • Logs in the trip
  • Single counts individual users
  • Consolidates results for centralized reporting
  • Consultation on survey content.
  • We ask your questions - the facility manager asks what they want to know!
  • Allows for separate trail counting
  • Multi-season operation
  • 24/7collection
  • Identifies quality of trail experiences
  • Provides you feedback loop

Wherever there is a smartphone signal, and YOUR trailhead you could be gathering and collecting additional information that will make for a better trail! Got great trails? Get the feedback that keeps you in the know!
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Requests made to MNR overlooked
Haliburton County Echo
Under Ontario's environmental bill of rights, the MNR was obliged to consult ... One was to enable the continued grooming of cross-country ski trails under ...

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The North Bay Nugget
Police stated Matthews was located lying off the roadway near the ATV he was operating. The Ontario Provincial Police are continuing its investigation with ...


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Home News Students get free helmets and road safety advice...
insideTORONTO.com
In Ontario, children under 18 are required by law to wear a helmet when cycling on roadways or sidewalks. Parents can be charged for knowingly allowing children under 16 to do so. The Helmets on Kids campaign is a great starting point for children to ...
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