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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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Boatbuilder Hugh Stewart from Headwaters Canoes.

Video: Headwater Canoes' Hugh Stewart Tells All

Watch master builder Hugh Stewart discuss his history in the canoeing world. This clip from 2015 film, Canoe: Icon of the North, shares from than 40 years of boat building experience from this Queb...

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Video: In the Wake of the Voyageurs

Video: In the Wake of the Voyageurs

Watch this clip from the tv show Anyplace Wild to see the host take part in a canoe tour of a voyageur route on Lake Superior. From the filmmakers: "In this installment, noted Canadian canoeists&...

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Video: Cry of the Wild

Video: Cry of the Wild

Watch the National Film Board of Canada's feature-length documentary Cry of the Wild above. The film features famed canoeist Bill Mason as he gives an inside look on the lives of Canada's wolv...

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Video: Yukon Campers Accidentally Invented the Sport of Snowmobile Canoeing

Video: Yukon Campers Accidentally Invented the Sport of Snowmobile Canoeing

"This week, outdoor adventurers in Yukon, Canada, were in for a surprise when a frozen, snow-covered lake suddenly turned into a swimming pool. Several days of temperatures near 50 degrees melted t...

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Video: Wabakimi's Amazing Canoe Routes

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Video: Wabakimi's Amazing Canoe Routes

Northern Ontario's Wabakimi Provincial Park is the largest wilderness paddling area in the world. It's bigger than Quetico, the Boundary Waters, Voyageur National Park and Woodland Caribou combined...

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Video: Voyageur Wilderness Programme's Best Of Quetico

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Video: Voyageur Wilderness Programme's Best Of Quetico

Voyageur Wilderness Programme's Madeleine Savoie shares highlights of bring a one-stop-shop for canoeists entering Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park. Whether you're looking to test yourself and pad...

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