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Aaron Hitchins and Will O'Brien paddle in the Yukon in a capture from film Beyond The Roar.

Video: Moose Hunting And Whitewater In The Yukon

"We were in the Yukon to hunt moose, but what we ended up harvesting was the here and now." In Beyond The Roar two childhood friends unite for an adventure in the Yukon inspired by the u...

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Canoeists charged by elephant in Botswana.

Video: Canoe Charged By Angry Elephant

Watch as filmmakers and conservationists Dereck and Beverly Joubert come face-to-face with a herd of elephants while paddling their canoe. Their only option is to stare the elephants down. If they ...

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Photo: Paradise Lost

Photo: Paradise Lost

Walking on the bottom of Buttle Lake on Vancouver Island feels like walking through a graveyard. Instead of crosses and marble markers, there are one-ton giant stumps left as tombstones, thei...

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Ray Mears on how to choose and use an axe

Video: Ray Mears Show Us How To Use An Axe

Ready to use an axe but not quite sure where to start? Bushcraft expert Ray Mears explains the basics of how to choose and use an axe, as well as the difference between several popular kinds. Mears...

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Members of Rediscover North America paddled from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean

Video: Rediscover North America Trailer Released

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming documentary Rediscover North America about the 5,230-mile expedition from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean. The expedition saw six friend...

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Musician Ben Weaver visits Dave and Amy Freeman in Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area.

Live Music for Year in the Wilderness Explorers

Explorers and educators Dave and Amy Freeman have been living in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness since September 2015 to raise awareness about proposed sulfide-ore copper mining just outs...

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James Raffan on one of world's oldest birch bark canoes

Video: One of world's oldest birch bark canoes

The Canadian Canoe Museum’s James Raffan explains the mysterious and fascinating story of how one of the world’s oldest birch bark canoes came into their possession. A rare birch bark canoe fi...

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Cory Trépanier painting in the north

Video: Painting in Aulavik National Park

Artist Cory Trépanier shares his canoeing and painting journey to Aulavik National Park in this two-part video series in partnership with Parks Canada. The series follows Trépanier as he can...

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