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  1. Toronto show cancelled/postponed. For Immediate Release September 15, 2020 POSTPONED Due to COVID-19 Toronto International Snowmobile, ATV & Powersports Show October 23, 24, 25, 2020 - International Centre We would like to start off by thanking the powersports community for their unwavering support for the upcoming Toronto Snowmobile, ATV & Powersports Show, we appreciate all of the supportive phone calls, emails and social media postings regarding opening the show in October. However, we have come to a point where we simply cannot get a firm answer from the Ontario Government on what the regulations and restrictions are in regard to opening a Trade Show come October. We have fought tooth and nail to work with Health officials to safely open, and we have offered even more precautionary measures in our reopening plan than the local malls and big block stores, and still we are left without firm answers, and finally to only be pushed back again. We see thousands of people gathering at local malls, retail plazas and stores and we feel that we should be allowed to operate with the same parameters as those businesses, but that is not the case. At this time, we have no choice but to make the decision, and for our exhibitors, we regrettably are forced to cancel the 2020 Toronto International Snowmobile, ATV & Powersports Show. We will be in touch with each of the exhibitors to discuss this in further detail and to honour any deposit or refund pertaining to the 2020 TISAPS. Again, we have fought for the powersports industry and we as enthusiasts are greatly disappointed that we were not able to come through. Please take care, and stay safe, and we hope to see you at TISAPS 2021, October 22, 23, 24, 2021. Sincerely Richard Kehoe, TISAPS Staff
  2. Ordered 13 permits last week, very easy, no problems. I ordered 13 permits, one for myself and one for each of the dozen club members that don't have/use computers, therefore they don't have email addys. Two of the members don't have or use credit cards, so I pay for them with my card and they reimburse me.
  3. how do you know where it exists? Plus I wouldn't know how to connect it, if I did know where it exists. guess I'll have to go back to Walmart and get the kid at the counter to set it up again for me.
  4. No way, just opens up a huge can of worms and is rife for abuse
  5. Pardon my ignorance with all things cell phone related, but don't you need data to get wifi and gps?
  6. Copied and pasted from a Faceplant notification. NEWS FROM QUEBEC - In their latest newsletter, the Quebec Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (FCMQ) has announced it will not be printing either a 2021 trail map or services guide to help prevent the physical spread of the virus. Riders are encouraged to use their online trail guide and iMotonegie app instead. Personally I like and use the paper maps. Don't have data or GPS on my phone ( too expensive), so an app is not an option, besides reception on the phone is spotty at best.
  7. and they are not producing paper maps this year! Just have their phone app
  8. I'd avoid Deerhurst! https://www.thestar.com/politics/provincial/2020/08/13/cluster-of-covid-19-cases-in-gta-linked-to-muskoka-resort-weekend.html
  9. I went through this a few years ago. First off, are they new or used sleds? If new, you should get an ownership from the dealer. If used the MTO requires a notarized letter from a dealership noting Make, model, year and vin number. You can then get a non-plated (sic) ownership. If your only using them on your own property, I assume they could just added them to your home policy. I didn't insure the ones I had as they weren't worth more than $1K Hope this helps PS check with MTO as things may have changed.
  10. Maybe it's time for another try, times have changed from 10 years ago
  11. Not seasonal......just progress (I think) First pic - Sheppard and Kennedy (where I grew up) looking west sometime in the 50's Second Pic - Sheppard and Kennedy more recently!
  12. I'm sorry I don't know what the selling price was, as I was listing it for my nephew in Bracebridge. But knowing him, I'm sure it was close to the asking price.
  13. Haven't heard about the OFSC AGM in September. Whether it will be cancelled or not.
  14. Apparently they can do it online. Just ask the meat packing plants in Alberta!
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