Joey Schwartz is the Advocacy Director for the Toronto Bicycling Network (TBN), the largest recreational cycling club in the GTA.
He’s also a CAN-BIKE instructor teaching at various locations throughout the GTA. He was on the founding committee of the West Toronto Railpath, when it was a sub-committee of the Roncesvalles–MacDonell Residents’ Association back in 1997.
He’s also been active with the Bells on Bloor campaign and with Advocacy for Respect for Cyclists (ARC), mostly helping out on the memorial Ghost Bike Rides they sponsor about a week after a cyclist is killed in Toronto.
It’s not too late! There’s still time for you to support our effort to Save the UCPR Prescott-Russell Trail. https://goo.gl/dXdKoN
We defend Prescott Russell Trail; Register Sep 6 Trail Management Course, Ontario Trails Act Press Release and more! http://goo.gl/b4j693
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I would love to go to the lake and walk around but unless I live right by the lake there is nowhere to park to get to the lake. Does anybody go to this lake that doesn’t live right beside it because it seems to be right in the middle of apartment buildings, townhouses and houses where there is no parking. How do I get to go to the lake and where do I park so I can do this?
If you park at meadowvale towncenter close to the bus terminal. There is a path from the bus terminal that leads right into the ” aquitaine loop ” trail as i call it. Walk my dog there all the time. Its great. Walk across the field where the busses pick up passengers. And the path leads to a tunnel with beautiful murals and past the community center and voila your at lake aquitaine. Enjoy.
For – June 23, 2016. Click the pic!
Hi – working through the recent landowner closures of trails, and working to clarify the impacts of Bill 100 – “The supporting Ontario Trails Act” we are pleased to invite the Ontario Federation of Agriculture to present at Trailhead Ontario. We are hopeful this will enable us to work more closely on landowner issues, while also clarifying improvements to the Act and the security of private property. Learn more about the OFA and Bill 100 – http://goo.gl/6LyFSC