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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Ontario Trails

Ontario Trails:

Kincardine opens the Canada 150 trail with help from Ontario's Lt. Governor
Kincardine welcomed the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario in a special plaque unveiling and trail opening ceremony on Tuesday January 16, 2018. The Canada 150 trail can now be enjoyed by all at the Stoney Island Conservation Area in the Municipality of Kincardine. The plaque was unveiled and the ...
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The Town of Tecumseh has been awarded the Robert Pullyblank Award for Municipal ...
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... of many projects that garnered this award including our first Earth Day celebration in 2017,” said Paul Anthony, Director Parks & Recreation. “We are currently working on expanding this event for 2018 as well as new trail development being funded under the Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Grant.
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Wild weather shuts Outaouais ski hills, trails
Ontario's Mount Pakenham ski resort remains open. Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort is closed for the day because of a power outage. Skiers are asked to check the resort's website for updates. The National Capital Commission says all cross-country ski trails in Gatineau Park are closed until further notice.
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OPP – No Ice is 'Safe Ice”
The OPP is committed to saving lives on Ontario's highways, trails and waterways through high visibility patrols and enforcement in order to reduce preventable injuries and death. The East Algoma OPP will continue their snow vehicle patrols throughout the season to ensure the safety of all snowmobile ...
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