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18ft Aluminum Welded Workboat: $15,000 “Mink” hull with self draining floor. Built by Kropf in Parry Sound, 2002. Used as ferry boat on a lake in eastern Ontario for 20 years. Total hours on hull 4015 hours. Current motor about 1500 hours. Motor is 60 hp Johnson 4 stroke (Suzuki 4 cylinder) from about 2002, serviced every year. There is […]
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We’re excited announce that the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival returns to Toronto on March 8th to 10th! This international film festival offers 4 film programs packed with adventure, excitement, and the inspiration of mountain stories. Experience the exhilarating beauty of mountain landscapes. Meet the world’s top adventurers. Watch to their stories. Relive their challenges. Reconnect with adventure. Tickets are […]
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TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF: The Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto SectionTake notice that the Annual General Meeting of members of the Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto Section will be held on Saturday November 11th at The Pilot between 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm with the agenda provided below. AGENDA:5:30 pm – 6:15 pm: Member Business 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm: […]
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As many of you know, we’ve successfully purchased a new boat to keep our Bon Echo activities afloat. This wouldn’t have been achievable if it were not for our fantastic membership and community! We’re putting out a final call for donations if you wish to have your name on the donor plaque which will be installed on the boat next […]
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Coming off the recent events at Devil’s Glen Provincial Park, Ontario Alliance of Climbers (OAC) has launched a letter writing campaign in an effort to make our voice heard. In support of climbing access in Ontario, please take 5 minutes to write a letter to government officials and spread word of this campaign to others. It cannot be stressed enough […]
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There have been some further developments for climbing at Devil’s Glen which have been on the radar for the past year. Once again, Ontario Alliance of Climbers has been monitoring and updating the community on the situation. As it stands, there are signs indicating areas of no rock climbing (within the park). Full details can be found by OAC’s news […]
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The ever-popular Bon Echo 101 returns in a few weeks. Sign up before there are no places left! Also, if you have experience leading at Bon Echo then the 101 weekend needs you. We’ll have new climbers keen to be shown the ropes, and volunteer LEADERS CLIMB FOR FREE on 101 weekends. If you can make it, please contact Rob […]
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Aspiring participants for the Summer Leadership course are now open. Students will be required to submit a TNF Leadership Application Form and in addition submit both a section endorsement and a letter of reference from an ACMG guide or climbing partner. More information can be found on the ACC Summer Leadership webpage. Deadline to apply is May 10th 2023. Please contact Stanis Yu […]
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We are happy to share an exciting opportunity from Avalanche Canada for backcountry users who identify as part of the 2sLGBTQIA+ community. The new BOLD backcountry grant was created by Avalanche Canada youth ambassador, Alana Norie, to help remove barriers to the backcountry for folks in the queer community. The recipient of the grant will receive an avalanche transceiver, probe, […]
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Here are some activities coming up in the next few weeks: Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival & World Tour 2023 in Toronto – March 17-19 @ Hot Docs Pub Nite: ‘Ishpatina Ridge on Foot – The search for Dick Lake’ – Thu Mar 9 @ 7:30 Ice Climbing: mICEnaw 2023 – Mar 3-5 Course: Wilderness First Aid – Apr 21-23 […]
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