The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Alliance has been able to arrange assistance from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources' Stewardship Rangers Program to do trail maintenance on Monday, July 28th, and Tuesday, July 29th, along the section of the Trans Canada Trail from the Pigeon River bridge in Omemee eastwards towards Fowler's Corners. They will be picking up litter and removing brush that overhangs the trail.
On Saturday, June 9th, in celebration of International Trails Day, a group of cyclists rode the Lindsay to Omemee section of the newly-designated Kawartha Trans Canada Trail. Although the Trail was officially "non-operational," this was a chance to view the terrain and learn about Trail plans from Al MacPherson, KTCTA President. A few days later, the Lindsay Post published this write-up.