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Weekly Canoe News, February 21, 2013

Weekly Canoe News, February 21, 2013

This week in canoeing news: satellite gadgets are compared and a winner is crowned; meet Canoeroots at the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show; Wenonah founder receives…

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Photos: Virginia Marshall

The Canadian Canoe Museum

This feature article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. “We like to do a bit of a test whenever we bring guests out here,” said…

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Photo: Jeffery Turner/Flickr.com

Match Making

Betcha didn't know these fun facts about matches - Sweden is the world’s leading exporter of matches, manufacturing around five million boxes daily—the equivalent of…

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Photo: Patti Horton

Essay: Bridging the Gap

This essay originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. It’s easy to get wrapped up in all the Olympic fanfare and it’s impossible to miss Michael…

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Photo: Gary and Joanie McGuffin

Conservation Heroes

They’re not scientists, lawyers or full-time conservationists, yet these three paddlers have charted courses through wilderness protection, tumped long portages through dam relicensing, and urged...

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300-year-old red pine at Wolf Lake. Photo: Conor Mihell

Three-Hundred-Year-Old Temagami Red Pines At Risk

For longtime Temagami canoe-tripper Brian Back, the prospect of a new provincial park encompassing Wolf Lake, a Windex-clear lake surrounded by a stark quartzite shoreline…

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Flight Plan

Flight Plan

As paddling season gets underway in remote destinations, would-be trippers looking to access roadless routes may find themselves lost amid conflicting information on floatplane logistics.…

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