The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SUMMER 2002

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OUTFIT 109
 

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In this issue

Front Page

Expeditions

Spring Run

Summer Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit

 

 

 

 

 

EXPEDITIONS

Rainy Days: 

By Kurt Berghahn , Donald Silva, William Trout, Henry Young

Reminiscing on a voyage to an unknown northern land of Canada 50 years ago. A YMCA camp trip into Canada was, and remains, a delightful wilderness memory for a group of boys now in their 60s.

SPRING RUN

A photo page on one of the best and shortest spring canoe trips in Canada. The Voyageur's Channel is a hidden treat embedded in the rock delta of the French River which empties into Georgian Bay in northern Ontario.

SUMMER PACKET

Summer expeditions on the Web, update on the Nahanni River battle.

CANOESWORTHY

Lower Churchill River hydro deal, Quebec Inuit worried over new dams, Labrador nickel mining project, Farley Mowat's The Snow Walker to be filmed in Manitoba

FROM THE EDITOR

Remembering tripping at Camp Temagami

CANOELIT

Book reviews: Deep Waters by James Raffan; Canoeing a Continent by Max Finkelstein, Canoeing the Churchill by Greg Marchildon and Sid Robinson; The Canoe: A Living Tradition by John Jennings

 

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