The Burlington Canal Lift Bridge will be closed to cyclists, pedestrians, and motorists from January to the end of March 2024.
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About Marlaine Koehler
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Marlaine Koehler contributed a whooping 12 entries.
Entries by Marlaine Koehler
The Town of Whitby’s section of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail will be closed from Forbes Street (adjacent to the Corbett Creek Water Treatment Plant) to Intrepid Park from October 2023 to the summer of October 2024.
Shoreline repair and long-term erosion mitigation project along Waterfront Trail between East Point Park and Highland Creek. This section of the Trail is now closed through March 2024 as TRCA completes and integrates shoreline protection with work completed in 2023. Repairs addressed extensive trail damage caused by erosion and a new design to raise the […]
The Waterfront Regeneration Trust is the grateful recipient of a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Resilient Communities Fund. The grant has supported important work to evaluate, diversify and strengthen our fundraising capacity and communicate our impact. Over the past few weeks, we have met with many of the donors and champions who have supported […]
Fostering the next generation of leaders in conservation in Rouge National Urban Park Waterfront Regeneration Trust fellowship empowering students through hands-on learning in Rouge National Urban Park Since 2019, emerging conservation leaders have been earning an opportunity to shine in Rouge National Urban Park, thanks to the legacy of a community leader who helped save […]
Waterfront Regeneration Trust fellowship provides students with hands-on learning in the Rouge National Urban Park The next generation of conservation leaders in Canada are being fostered in Rouge National Urban Park for the third year in a row, thanks to the legacy of a community leader who helped to save and protect the Rouge Valley […]
Having A Blast on the Burl Oak Backroad Blast Loop A beautiful Saturday on Thanksgiving weekend in October was all the encouragement we needed to head out on our bikes to cycle the Great Lakes to Greenbelt cycling loop the “Burl Oak Backroad Blast” – 113km of fall cycling fun!
The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail is Open–though some amenities and local businesses are not. Stay Safe. Stay Local. Check here to see the status of Trail openings in Waterfront Trail communities. Ontario is now in Stage 3 of recovery. The Trail is open. People are expected to travel responsibly and maintain physical distance and wear […]
1,000KM CYCLING ROUTE CHALLENGES RIDERS TO TAKE TRIP OF A LIFETIME THROUGH GREENBELT AND GREAT LAKES The Grand Greenbelt and Great Lakes Cycle Route takes Ontario cycle-tourism to new levels Connecting two Great Lakes, wine country, small towns, Ontario’s Greenbelt, and Canada’s biggest city, the Grand Greenbelt and Great Lakes Cycle Route is Ontario’s latest […]