The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SPRING 2004

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OUTFIT 116
 

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Expedition

Backgrounder

Spring Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit

Back Page

 

 

                                                                                                      FABIAN NADEAU

A Thor Point in Ungava Sylvie Michaud stands by the Norse obelisk known as the Hammer of Thor at the mouth of the Payne River near Ungava Bay. It's one thing the HACC couldn't locate in 1990. She and Fabian Nadeau paddled the remote Payne (Arnaud) River in northern Quebec last summer. Payne River Expedition

 

 

 

BACKGROUNDER

Source of the Norse in Ungava

 

SPRING PACKET

Letters from George Douglas' niece Che-Mun accolade Torngat followup letters: Cliff Jacobson, Alan Kesselheim

CANOESWORTHY

Wipper receives Order of Ontario; Scots head across Canada; Layman-Holland expedition to the Barrens; Hunt for Franklin's ships; Dispute over Arctic island's sovereignty; Nunavik buys search and rescue equipment

FROM THE EDITOR

CANOELIT

Books: The Dene Elders Project by Holland and Kkailther

CD: Canoesongs

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