Friday, January 3, 2014

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Popular cross-country trails now openSeaway News
CORNWALL, Ontario - All the trails at Summerstown Forest are now open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Cold conditions weeks ago ...
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Home News Ice storm makes parts of Bruce Trail dangerous for...Caledon Enterprise
The ice storm has made the Bruce Trail in the Iroquoia, Toronto and ... limbs and leaning trees have resulted in dangerous conditions along the trails.
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Notice to Hikers

We regret to advise that due to the recent ice storm many parts of the Bruce Trail in the Iroquoia, Toronto and Caledon sections are currently unusable. Several Conservation Areas have been closed until further notice.
Please note that some (or all) TBTC hikes on the Bruce Trail have been cancelled for the next few days due to trail conditions.
Trail maintenance crews will be dealing with the problems but we anticipate that it will be quite some time until all parts of the trail are usable again.
Please check local conditions before attempting a hike.
Bob Humphreys advises that his New Year's Day hike HAS BEEN CANCELLED  due to local conditions.
Hikers should contact their hike leader to see if their hike has been cancelled.
John Grandy, Hiking Director
From The Halton Hills Chapter
Notice to Hikers:
We regret to advise that due to the recent ice storm many parts of
the Bruce Trail are currently unusable. Several Conservation Areas
have been closed until further notice.
Trail maintenance crews will be dealing with the problems but we
anticipate that it will be quite some time until all parts of the
trail are usable again.
Scheduled hikes {Halton Chapter Hikes}are cancelled until further notice. If you are
interested in joining one of the maintenance clean-up crews, please
contact Rosemary Mitter at rosemary.mitter@sympatico.ca
Any questions, contact me at mosmith@cogeco.ca
Maureen Smith, Halton Hills Chapter
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'Walking is fundamental to our survival': Chief city planner aims to ...National Post
Mr. Agarwal could be the poster child for Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer ...Walking is fundamental to our survival,” she said in a public lecture last ...
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