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Bell Composites Hit the Water

Ted Bell is back in business. The former owner of Bell Canoe Works is again designing and manufacturing canoes, this time for his new company,…

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Weekly Canoe News, March 21, 2013

Weekly Canoe News, March 21, 2013

This week in canoeing news:  paddling 1,000 miles for autism, Float your Fanny Down the Granny, heritage trips on the Fox River and Rapid Media…

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New Issue of Canoeroots Released

New Issue of Canoeroots Released

The new Spring 2013 issue of Canoeroots magazine is on newstands now and filled with the great paddling content you crave. If you're not already…

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Canoeist dies at Ain't Louie Fest

Heroic rescue efforts from fellow open boaters saw 65-year-old Dr. Steve Senior pulled from The Sinks section of the Lower Little River in Tennessee on…

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Canoe News, March 12, 2013

Canoe News, March 12, 2013

This week in canoeing news:  Canoeists discover 40,000 year old skeleton, Mississippi River paddle and new water trails in Rhode Island.   Alaksan Canoeists Discover…

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Weekly Canoe News, March 4, 2013

Weekly Canoe News, March 4, 2013

This week in canoeing news:  New paddling trails in Texas, Rapid Media at Canoecopia, Great Lakes hit their lowest levels ever and one man wins…

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Weekly Canoe News, February 25, 2013

Weekly Canoe News, February 25, 2013

This week in canoeing news: Dumoine photo workshop, ice canoe challenge, water-resistant down and a canoeing legend dies.   Nature Photography Workshop on the Dumoine…

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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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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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