Posts Tagged ‘camping’

Rubber boots cleaning dirt and debris using a boot brush cleaning station.
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Giving invasive species the boot

The Invasive Species Centre is giving away 10 customized boot brush stations to commemorate its 10th anniversary and to remind Ontarians that invasive species can hitch rides on our boots.

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Backcountry campers petition change

An online petition opposing a Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks (MECP) pilot project that has increased the cost of backcountry camping by as much as 400% in Massasauga Provincial Park and the Temagami cluster of parks is gaining support.

Ontario Parks to reopen
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Ontario Parks services to return gradually

Ontario Parks will open some services, starting with beaches, on Friday, June 12, as maintenance and water testing is done.

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More camping returns

Camping at private campgrounds and beach access and additional camping at Ontario Parks will reopen throughout much of Ontario on Friday, June 12.

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Sail closing two Ontario stores

Two days after announcing it had filed for bankruptcy protection, Sail Outdoors confirmed it is closing two stores in Ontario and four stores in Québec.

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Sail files for bankruptcy

Hunting, camping, and sports retailer Sail Outdoors Inc. has filed for bankruptcy protection amid the pandemic, its owners announced on Tuesday, June 2.

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Backcountry camping returns

The province reopened camping on Crown land and in Ontario Parks on Monday, June 1, including access points, paddle and portage routes, and hiking trails.

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Provincial parks reopening

The province reopened 520 provincial parks and conservation reserves on Monday, May 11 for limited day-use access.

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Crown land camping banned

The province prohibited recreational camping on Crown land as it further extended emergency orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19.