News and Events

News and Events

Highway 8 will be closed between Woodley Lane and Bond Street until December 2022 as part of the Highway 8
If you are looking at getting more involved with the Bruce Trail, becoming a hike leader is a great way
Director/Member at Large A Director/Member at Large should become fully informed on organizational matters, and participates in the Club Board’s
The Hike Director will develop and oversee all functions and operations within the hiking portfolio, including being the main point
Things can change so quickly regarding Covid-19 regulations. To stay up to date please visit the Bruce Trail website at
Please be aware of the trail closures at Rattlesnake Point and Crawford Lake due to forest work. The work should
This year we ask you to start the New Year with your own hike on New Year's Day. Choose your
Please be advised that Conservation Halton has had to close all trails on our Waterdown Woods property (mountain brow road)
Dan Welsh was a friend to many over the years, and an icon on the Bruce Trail. For many years
1.All hikers must register for any hike and must be a BTC member in order to register. This is especially
Iroquoia Club Fall Fundraising drive   Net proceeds go towards The Bruce Trail’s eco-initiative   These Charcuterie/Cuttng Boards are beautiful natural Live-Edge,
At this time of year, we are normally preparing to gather as a community for our Club's Annual General Meeting
Iroquoia Club Volunteer Awards 2020 - for agm report
Excellent news...the purchase of the Fisher's Pond Nature Reserve was completed in December 2018, permanently preserving 87 acres of significant