New pathway open for cyclists and riders in Osgoode

On Friday, June 17, Federal, provincial, and municipal representatives celebrated the completion and grand opening of the new Prescott Subdivision Pathway #1, which is referred to locally as the Osgoode Pathway.

This new trail, which stretches from the south edge of Leitrim Road to the north side of Buckles Street in Osgoode, converted 21 kilometres of an abandoned rail corridor into a cycling and pedestrian path covered in stone dust. The pathway will promote public health for residents and will also facilitate year-round recreation including horseback riding, cross-country skiing, cycling, snowmobiling, walking and running.