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Canoeroots, Summer 2017 cover. Cover Photo: Ontario Tourism/ Courtney Boyd

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The Early Summer issue of Canoeroots hits newsstands today, our special issue on the future of canoeing. Learn about the people and trends that are shaping the present to ignite the future, see how the Voyageur Wilderess Program thrives through three generations of magic and light, and then discover ten ways to encourage your children to actively engage in their surroundings.

Inside you’ll learn why the most important solo whitewater canoeing stroke is dead, how to outfit your canoe for a better night’s sleep, and why the reenactment of the Centennial Voyageur Canoe Pageant for Canada 150 is such a controversial event.  

In the gear section, testers weigh in on the Wenonah’s Spirit II tandem tripper and the Vunut 10 pack canoe, and we showcase two canoe carts that will make your next solo or tandem adventure more enjoyable. 

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FEATURES:

Two young adults walk with their canoes. 

The Future of Canoeing Will Surprise You

How the new wave of boomers, families, hipsters and even millenials are making canoeing cool again.

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Three generations of voyageurs and their new crew of pork eaters.

Why Spending Time Together Will Save the Wilderness

Is the key to a sustainable future as simple as getting back to communicating, to really connecting and interacting with one another?

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Curious child licks an ice block

10 Ways to Encourage Your Child's Natural Curiousity

"A curious mind is never bored". Learn how to bring out the natural treasure hunter in your child. 

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Man sleeping in a canoe

How to Sleep (Comfortably) in Your Canoe

Retired wilderness guide, Burt Kornegay explains how to open up your boat for sleeping by installing a quick-release thwart and yoke.

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Mostly white men racing up the French River, Ontario, Summer 1967. 

Why is the Canada 150 Voyageur Rendevous So Controversial?

We explore the reason's a nation of rivers plans has to cautiously embrace its heritage in its sequicentennial year. 

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A man solos a whitewater canoe

Why the Most Important Solo Whitewater Canoeing Stroke is Dead

A look at the evolution of whitewater strokes as a response to boat innovation.

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