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Are your blue jeans destroying the river?

Are your blue jeans destroying the river?

  “Many of the rivers of the world are in a state of crisis,” says Mark Angelo. The British Columbian is an internationally celebrated river…

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Farley Mowat Remembered By Canoeists

Farley Mowat Remembered By Canoeists

Karsten Heuer, along with filmmaker wife, Leanne Allison and their two-year-old son, canoed across Canada in 2007, from Canmore, Alberta to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia,…

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Jacques Chasse at Esquif think he's solved the Royalex crisis with T-Formex. Find out why.

Royalex Crisis, Solved? (Exclusive interview)

If you’ve been living under a rock rather than scraping over them, you may not know that Royalex canoes are in short supply. Manufacturer PolyOne…

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Royalex Crisis, Solved?

Royalex Crisis, Solved?

  Jacques Chassé, founder of boat manufacturer Esquif Canoes, thinks he’s solved the Royalex crisis. Esquif announced yesterday the introduction of T-Formex, a new canoe material…

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Wi-Fi in the Woods

  Want to keep up-to-date with your work email on your next camping trip? No, us neither. But Parks Canada is looking to add Wi-Fi…

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Paddling and Romance

Paddling and Romance

From a thousand sentimental valentines, to beautifully-varnished courting canoes, to clever songs that explore just how many things can be rhymed with "canoe," canoes and…

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Solo Canoeist Attempts World Record

Solo Canoeist Attempts World Record

Atikokan paddler, Mike Ranta, set out from Vancouver on April 1 on a canoe journey to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia that he hopes will set…

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Why Canoes Still Matter

Why Canoes Still Matter

In the December 2013 issue of Paddling Magazine, we featured Will Meadows, an intrepid 23-year-old explorer who had just returned from a year spent learning…

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No Guts, No Glory

No Guts, No Glory

  This year’s Muskoka River X challenge will feature two new participants who are raising money to send kids with ostomies to camp. The 130-kilometere…

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Legacy of Penobscot Canoes

  Native American birchbark canoes have often been described as one of the greatest inventions in human history and were copied by Euroamerican fur traders…

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Contest for Lovers

Contest for Lovers

 Did you meet your sweetheart on a canoe trip? Did you paddle up to the altar to get married?  Did you honeymoon in Algonquin?  Were…

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Paddle For The North

Paddle For The North

This article was first published in the March issue of Paddling Magazine.  The six-man expedition team, Paddle For The North, is entering the final stages…

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Trends: GPS to SOS

Trends: GPS to SOS

  An in-depth look at whether emergency evacuations in the backcountry have increased as a result of advancements in satellite commication devices by Canoeroots and…

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