The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  WINTER 2003

PAGE 10

OUTFIT 111
 

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Photo: Michael Peake

To any canoeist who has landed at the hamlet of Tasiujaq at the mouth of the Leaf River on Ungava Bay, you know you canít get there until the tide is in. The region of Nunavik is now claiming the highest tides in the world over the perennial leader the Bay of Fundy. This 1986 picture shows the HACC canoes at the high water mark where we landed at 2 am, not our schedule but the oceanís. See tidal story in the Canoesworthy feature.

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