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Video: The North

Video: The North

A video dedicated to the beauty of the North, made in association with The Explorer's Club. Watch for a cameo by Canoeroots columnist James Raffan at 10 seconds in—he wrote the script t...

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Video: Canoeing the Churchill River

Video: Canoeing the Churchill River

A new tourism ad from the province of Saskatchewan shows off the beauty of the Churchill River - check it out above. From Tourism Saskatchewan: Renew and restore your spirit as you paddle the pat...

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Video: Paddle For The North

Video: Paddle For The North

View the trailer for Paddle For The North, showing at this year’s Reel Paddling Film Festival. This film won in the Canoeing category at this year’s festival.  Six mates embark on an...

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Video: The Ebb & The Flow

Video: The Ebb & The Flow

View the trailer for The Ebb & The Flow, showing at this year’s Reel Paddling Film Festival. The Ebb & The Flow explores the life of Muskoka-based landscape painter Terry Gill, focusing ...

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Video: Come Paddle with Us

Video: Come Paddle with Us

Watch this beautiful video from Canoe Kayak Canada, a love song to a favorite pastime. This short clip reminds us of the way paddling brings us together and helps tell the story of a nation. Aimed...

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Video: Kevin Callan's Early Love for the Canoe

Video: Kevin Callan's Early Love for the Canoe

Kevin Callan's interview with the folks behind Canoe: Icon of the North was only shown in part in the completed film. Now, you can watch the entire Kevin Callan interview, now available for di...

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Video: 25 Years in Algonquin Park

Video: 25 Years in Algonquin Park

A look at the Voyageur Quest team who are celebrating 25 year anniversary operating Algonquin park guided canoe and lodge adventures at Algonquin's north west corner. Visit them at voyageurque...

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Photo: Don’t Feed The Shark

Photo: Don’t Feed The Shark

Imagine a gaping maw almost five feet wide and filled with 300 rows of tiny teeth. Now picture it right beneath you. Fortunately for you, the largest fish in the world is only interested in massa...

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