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http://www.vice.com/read/someone-in-ontario-is-decapitating-coyotes-and-leaving-the-headless-bodies-for-hikers-to-find-295 If you see this anywhere, to any animal, contact trails and animal management authorities immediately. If animals are a nuisance problem contact animal control.
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Explore the Possibilities in Northern Ontario Explore the Possibilities in Northern Ontario (CNW Group/Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation) Tourism Experiences Promoted for the 2015 Season TORONTO, March 5, 2015 /CNW/ – There is no better time than now to explore … Continue reading
How to explore the great outdoors at Ontario Parks this winter By Jim Fox, Special to QMI Agency Saturday, January 3, 2015 8:00:00 EST AM Skiers stay warm in a yurt at Algonquin Provincial Park. (Ontario Parks photo) Topics Winter … Continue reading
Developing regional trail network can have tourism benefitsLOCAL Matt Vis, tbnewswatch.com Area trail development coordinator Kirsten Spence says developing a regional trail network can help boost tourism. By Matt Vis, tbnewswatch.com THUNDER BAY — An area trail development coordinator sees … Continue reading
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The Ontario Government released its first update to Ontario’s Health and Physical Education curriculum since 1998 on Monday. While the government came under scrutiny for the progressive health and sex education inclusions, other shifts in the curriculum also exist, including … Continue reading
Hi Northern Trail Users! Our program for April 17 and 18th has been posted to the website! Here’s just a snippet of Day One 10:45 – Noon Plenary Sessions Developing Paddling Tourism Building Northshore Noon – 1PM Lunch First Nations Trail … Continue reading
So you’ve got your ride planned and you’re heading out, do you have everything you need to be safe while out on your adventure? If you’ve ridden the Gold Rush Tour or The Abitibi Canyon Loop and areas like Timmins, … Continue reading
http://www.intelligencer.ca/2015/02/09/petition-captures-unexpected-support When Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Bill Mauro reported to work Monday morning, he was likely trapped with more than 34,000 e-mails. As of Monday afternoon, more than 38,500 people had signed the ‘No Traps On Trails’ petition, … Continue reading