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Logie Park is perfect for a walk or cycling along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail especially during the Lilac Festival end of May. Photo John Harper KTCT Managing Partner.

Five Ontario Stewardship Rangers installed hand railings on the Reaboro Bridge on August 18th as well they removed the long grass along side of the trans canada trail section in the village of Omemee

Tuesday, 06 July 2010

Unity Church Lindsay

Members of the Unity Church of Lindsay gather to erect their Managing Partner sign at Angeline Street Lindsay. Members from the Church have adopted a section of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail from Angeline Street - west along the trail. They are one of eleven managing partners who help manage the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail.

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

New Sun Shelter

Thank you to Dave Saunders and his students from the Community Based Construction Program at St.Thomas Aquinas High School Lindsay. Shelter is located next to KTCT by PickSeed - Eldon Rd Oakwood.

for the construction of a beautiful Sun Shelter along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail near Eldon Road (Pic Seed).

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Managing Partners Annual Meeting

Volunteers representing 8 out of the 11 managing partners attended an information session at Fleming College about KTCT.

KTCT in the News

Click the links below to download various newspaper clippings about the trail.

 Official Opening1.7 MB
 Robin Esrock Book Tour1.3 MB
 Love Your Trail Campaign2.7 MB

Downloads

Click any of the links below to download a PDF of one of our brochures, reports, or newsletters.

General Brochure 7.2 MB
Donation Brochure 2.3 MB
Donor Acknowledgement 3.6 MB
2015-16 Annual Report 600 KB
2018 Photography Workshop 470 KB
KTCT Newsletter