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St. Paul Students and Residents of Coniston Welcome New Walking Trail


October 23, 2012 - On Friday, October 12th, students from Mme Gautheir's 5/6 F.I, Mme Roy's F.I. and Ms. Beneteau's gr. 7/8 classes had the opportunity to attend the "grand opening" of the Jean Tellier Trail. The two kilometre trail allows pedestrians to walk in a natural setting without motorized vehicles. The trail runs from Edward Street to Rideau Street. The plan is for this trail to grow in the future. It is a way for the community of Coniston to join the trend of making Greater Sudbury a friendly environment for pedestrians of all ages. This project was endorsed by Coniston Community Action Networt (CAN) . The plan is for the St. Paul students to take advantage of the "backyard trail" during DPA.



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