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The following list details the main items of interest in each of the back issues of CHE-MUN. There is a lot more to offer as some items and notes are not included for reasons of space.

ISSUE

CONTENTS

Outfit 38

Che-Mun is reborn – Fort William Rendezvous – Montreal to Ft. William canoe trip arrives – Stew Coffin trip report on Moisie, Magpie, Nipissis rivers – Woods Canada in receivership – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 39 *

10,000 caribou drown on Caniapisau River – McGuffin’s Trans Canada Canoe Expedition – David Pelly Interview – Beer can canoe photo – Winter Packet with Bill Mason and Alex Hall – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 40 *

The Voyageurs canoe group – Eric Morse profile – Journey Across the Barrenlands preview – CanoeLit: A paddlers library – NWT Paddling Tips by Alex Hall, Stikine River trip report by George Luste – Alan Kesselheim trip – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 41

Grand Canal plan for James Bay – Thlewiaza River trip report by Mike Bunn – Spring packet with John Lentz’ River List - NWT Tips Part II by Alex Hall – Morse River Expedition update - On to the Polar Sea movie review - Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 42

The Morse River is named – full trip report and photos on 1000-mile, 55 day trans-Barrens trip – The Family Canoe Trip book review - Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 43

Part II of Morse River Expedition aka Journey Across the Barrenlands – Trip Equipment Evaluation – Winter packet with Coffin and Lentz – Nastawgan book review– Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 44

Bill Mason & the Dog River trip report – Athabasca Letter from Alan Kesselheim – HACC letter to CBC’s Morningside – Summer of 1986 planned canoe trips – VIA train and canoe at White River photo – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 45

Eric Morse 1904-1986: a tribute by Angus Scott – Pipe River info by Eric Morse – River flow chart – A Dane’s view on canoe equipment by Carl Traeholt – James Bay hydro road opens - Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 46

Hudson Bay to Ungava Bay via the Leaf River, HACC Trip report and some hard lessons learned – Maine Canoe Symposium debuts – Stew Coffin on fly-in trips – Bug Repellants - Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 47

Alan Kesselheim and Marypat Zitzer’s northern expedition – Wild Waters review – 1967 Centennial Canoe Race photo – Canadian Heritage Rivers update – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 48

Freshwater Saga by Eric Morse, book review – NWT being divided– WCA slide fest goes public – Mattawa River ‘s Door to Hell photo – Nick Nickels’ Notebook

Outfit 49

Nick Nickels - 1906-1987 - an obit and his final Notebook – Queen Charlotte kayaking – HBC closes its northern operation – Bill Mason at Maine Canoe Symposium – Summer Packet with Stew Coffin

Outfit 50

Prince Andrew and Sarah canoe the Hanbury/Thelon – 4 page retrospective on Che-Mun at Outfit 50 – 12 rafters die in BC – Fall Packet with Jim Davidson and a preview of Great Heart – Operation Raleigh in Canada with David Pelly

Outfit 51

Quetico trip report – Winter Packet with Pelly, Coffin and the Conovers – Caesars of the Wilderness review – Canexus conference with Bill Mason and Phil Chester – Federal Water Policy dries up Grand Canal

Outfit 52 *

The Classics book review looks at Lands Forlorn, Atomizing the Arctic reprint from 1946 – Overland to Starvation Cove, Paddle to the Amazon, Historical Atlas of Canada and The Canadian Canoeing Companion book reviews – Back River photo by Mike Bunn – WCA Symposium III

Outfit 53

Chubb Crater in Ungava and Povungnituk trip preview – Exclusive Rugge and Davidson story on the creation of Great Heart – Hydro-Quebec: A Study in Power with map – Great Heart & Challenge the Wilderness review

Outfit 54

Povungnituk 88 trip report – The Classics: Sleeping Island – Thelon Canyon upset – Operation Raleigh’s Kazan River summer – Ultimate storm on 8-8-88 – Song of the Paddle review

Outfit 55

Memories of Bill Mason 1929-1988 with new photos – Twin Otter goes out of production – Woods Canada is revived – Yangtze River dam – Search for new NWT name

Outfit 56

The Classics: Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada – The Tobacco Run on Hudson Bay – New boat stamps issued – WCA Slidefest IV – Hydro Quebec plans

Outfit 57

Chief, The Last Wilderness, Polar Passage review s – North American Canoe Symposium feature – 1928 Quetico canoeing map – Alexander Mackenzie Expedition begins

Outfit 58

Churchill River, Sask, an HACC trip report – The Classics: The Lonely Land – Coppermine-The Far North of George Douglas review – Hydro-Quebec powerplays

Outfit 59

Water & Sky: Kesselheim trip report. Photo of them at grave on Selwyn lake at HACC marker – The Classics looks at Tyrrell brothers and Across the Sub-Arctics of Canada – Alberta Pulp wars – Wild Rivers update

Outfit 60

Missinaibi River HACC Trip report – Via Rail’s demise of canoe routes –  Northern Stores enter, HBC exits – Summer North of Sixty review  – Map of Quebec’s hydro projects and James Bay II news

Outfit 61

Inside Hydro-Quebec’s LG2 story and photos– Aki across the Barrens – A profile of Grey Owl – Photo of paddler on the brink of Niagara Falls – Don Starkell’s Hudson Bay mishap

Outfit 62 *

Across Ungava HACC Trip, up the Kogaluk and down the Payne rivers – The Classics: My Eskimo Friends by Robert Flaherty – There’s a Polar Bear in my Eddy – Logistic of northern Quebec canoeing – Kesselheim Winter update

Outfit 63

A look at canoeing in the 1930s –  Interview with Hydro-Quebec chairman – Journal of a Barrenlander-W.H.B. Hoare review – NWT’s natural rights

Outfit 64 

Rupert River 1914 – An interview with man who work for Revillon Freres and with George Elson – A Camp Keewaydin Guide’s Summer – The Classics: Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada/Then and Now – Quetico Park’s Shan Walshe remembered – Old Labrador post discovered

Outfit 65

Churchill River hydro project overview – Interview with Robert Perkins, James Bay hydro update – Troubles on the Athabasca Delta

Outfit 66

Lands Forlorn HACC Trip Report – Great Bear Lake to lower Coppermine – HACC in Japan, The Classics: Needle to the North – Kesselheim update

Outfit 67

Nunavut division created – Canadian Canoe Museum begins to change –  James Bay hydro update – Beyond the Paddle, A Canoeist’s Sketchbook  review – Trudeau on the Coppermine River

Outfit 68

The Classics: Son of the North by Charles Camsell – Cliff Jacobson’s Barrens Wedding, Book reviews – Electric  Rivers , The Kazan reviewed – James Bay hydro project unravels

Outfit 69 *

Mr. Voyageur, exclusive portrait of Sig Olson by Omond Solandt – Magnetic North, In the North of our Lives reviewed – Arctic river flow data charts

Outfit 70

Heart of the North HACC Trip report Great Bear to upper Coppermine – Wedding at Wilberforce with Cliff Jacobson – Ungava photos by George Grinnell

Outfit 71 *

Coppermine River planning; 1992 vs. 1966 – The Classics: Land of Feast and Famine – Peter Verbeek’s view of paddling the Kazan – Call for Northern Trippers route info – James Bay update

Outfit 72

Eric Morse’s Life River List – Ungava Bay through the Torngats by the Lustes – J.B. Tyrrell: Explorer and Adventurer review – Spring packet with Aki update

Outfit 73

Petawawa River, an HACC Trip Report – David Thompson’s Lake Superior map unveiled – Omond Solandt obit – Scary possible new NWT canoeing rules – Canadian Exploration Literature reviewed

Outfit 74

Pukaskwa River trip report – Helen Falls cairn book rescued – Quetico park fall trip – Pulpit Rock photo from Quetico Park

Outfit 75

Historic Tyrrell pictures from their 1893 Barrens expedition – The Classics: Hearne's Journey from Prince of Whale’s Fort . . . – Some new thoughts on Hearne’s route from Sean Peake –  Heritage Rivers update– NWT road being planned

Outfit 76

McDougall Pass preview  with a look at Eric Morse’s 1965 trip – HBC money – The Collected Works of Sigurd Olson reviewed –  Che-Mun readers spots mistake in Tyrrell photos

Outfit 77

The Classics: Exploration of Northern Canada – A Discovery of Strangers, At Home in the Wilderness, Enduring Dreams, Roughing it Elegantly, Campsite Memories reviews – Wilderness River stamps released – Toni Harting French River photo and The Voyageurs on Churchill River - new photo unveiled

Outfit 78

Across the Arctic Mountains; the Rat/Porcupine route-HACC Trip report – Historic La Vase Portages under threat – Food drying and provisioning by David Peake

Outfit 79

Great Whale hydro project stopped– Canoeing Into the Unknown, Arctic Artist, Arctic Exploration and Development, Missinaibi, Sources of the River,  The Lightweight Gourmet book reviews – David Thompson journal excerpt – Stew Coffin Romaine River photo

Outfit 80

Warburton Pike by Gwen Hayball – Wabakimi Park showdown – The Classics: Elliott Merrick’s True North – Going inside, A Snow Walker’s Companion book reviews – Stew Coffin, Dick Irwin, Bob Davis photo on the Moisie R.

Outfit 81 

Arctic Land Expedition preview and map – Tony Lovink obit – David Hanbury journal excerpt – Stew Coffin’s centrespread photo of lower George River – Path of the Paddle new edition – Warburton Pike: An Unassuming Gentleman book review – Diamond development – Walter Walker and William Commanda at Canoe Museum

Outfit 82 *

Arctic Land Expedition; Athabasca to Back River  HACC Trip report – ALE Bibliography – Paddle to the Arctic, Superior, Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories   reviews – Denis Coolican obit

Outfit 83

Cliff Jacobson’s Caribou River, Manitoba, trip report – Canoescapes, Confessions of an Igloo Dweller book reviews –York Wanigan review – Franklin’s journal excerpt

Outfit 84

Death on the Barrens on 1955 Moffatt Exped. Two views of the book – Pipestone, Ashweig & Winisk rivers trip report – Dr. John Rae’s effigy & Cloak-boat – Thelon: A River Sanctuary, Voyages, Shield Country, Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak reviews – Babes in the Woods video review

Outfit 85

Rocky Defile hydro project? – Grey Owl movie in the works – Fire in the Bones, French River, Up the Creek, Caribou and the Barren Lands reviews  – Canoe Museum opens – photo spread – George Douglas’ widow dies at 99

Outfit 86 

Shooting PBS’s Anyplace Wild series – Interview with Don Starkell –  Elliott Merrick’s Labrador photos, Summerwrap on the trips of 1996 – The Long Crossing, Talking to Angels book reviews

Outfit 87

Across the Barrens to Arctic Sound trip report. Profile of Dr. John Rae of the HBC – Cree wisdom – Winter Packet from Victoria Jason – George Luste’s thoughts on wilderness paddling

Outfit 88

Great Whale River trip review – Elliott Merrick’s memorable last words – Paddling the Web – Arctic Cairn Notes, Great Heart reissue book reviews

Outfit 89

George River preview – Stew Coffin and the George in 1967 – Elliott Merrick Memorial, Idleness Water and a Canoe, Brook Trout and Blackflies, Canoeists Q&A, Making Canoe Paddles in Wood book reviews – Maine Canoe Symposium

Outfit 90

Up the Rat River trip report 1926 – North to Ungava, George River HACC Online, The Story of The Chestnut Canoe book review

Outfit 91

Across Canada paddle on southerly fur trade routes – Schwatka’s Last Search review – Arctic Unraveled, the trip that didn’t happen

Outfit 92

Danes on the Barrens Dubawnt and Thelon rivers trip report – The Ladies, the Gwich’in  and the Rat, A Wilderness Within, Sig Olson biography, book reviews – New hydro plans for the Churchill River in Labrador – Grey Owl movie set to roll

Outfit 93

Bill Mason stamp announced, Letdown on the Thelon River trip report – Profile on Real Bedard, mapmaker – Klondike Expedition

Outfit 94

Mason stamp unveiled by his family, – Great Whale River trip report – Canadian Canoe Symposium story and photos spread – Camping’s Top Secrets book review

Outfit 95

Lost art of Arthur Heming – Alexander Mackenzie through the Rockies trip report by Max Finkelstein – Thomas Manning obit – Barrows Boys, Zigzag, Threading the Currents, Superior Illusions book reviews

Outfit 96

MacFarlane River, Sask. trip report – Tom and Ella Manning profile – Cold Comfort, Nunavut Handbook, Stikine River, Wanapitei Canoe Trippers Cookbook II, Canoeing Safety and Rescue book reviews

Outfit 97

Ellice River trip report, Winisk online preview, Bill Mason in Canoe Museum Hall of Fame – Bark, Skin and Cedar, The Canoe in Canadian Culture, Last Voyage of the Kurluk book reviews – Winisk River HACC preview

Outfit 98

Winisk to The Bay HACC trip report and photo page – Winisk to the Bay by the Clement family – Paddle Your Own Canoe, Further up the Creek, Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba, Cradle to Canoe book reviews

Outfit 99

LastList; Best of the Century – top and bottom 27 memorable canoeing moments, 1955 A Tale of Two trips Art Moffatt & The Voyageurs – Harricana River trip report by John Lentz – Stories from the Bow Seat, Three Seasons in the Wind, North with Franklin, Across the of the World book reviews

Outfit 100

Special colour cover for 100th issue– The Back River trip report 1962 Part I by John Lentz – A more recent look at the Back River by Paul Van Peenan – Damming Dennison Falls? – Duke Watson’s and Bruce Hodgins’ Best Of Lists – CD-ROMs of Franklin’s and Back’s travel narratives and My Heart of the Yukon River reviews

Outfit 101

Back River 1962 Part II by John Lentz – Dog River & Bill Mason with photos – Kipawa River Chronicles, Shooting Paddlers, Canoeing Algonquin Park, Bug, Sweat and Fears book reviews – Hugh Stewart’s banned review of The Story of the Chestnut Canoe

Outfit 102

Pierre Trudeau remembered with cover photo of him at Virginia Falls and his famous 1944 essay on canoeing - R. M. Patterson biography, A Life of Adventure, review  also Paddle Quest & Snowshoes and Solitude video reviews – Lynn Fraser’s essay on the canoe – Tales of the Nahanni

Outfit 103

Repulse Bay to Baker Lake with Jim Abel – Becky Mason’s Classic Solo Canoeing video review and Expedition Canoeing, Quetico Provincial Park history book reviews – Lower Churchill River hydro update

Outfit 104

1912 - The Last Great Year essay – Steel River Loop by Kevin Callan – Ernest Oberholtzer book review – Toward Magnetic North also Gone Canoeing – Payne Lake Project update

Outfit 105

Paddling to The Bay and Back in 1925 via the Kenogami and Abitibi rivers – Arctic Crossing & Fatal Passage reviews – Labrador Odyssey announced – Fires on the Rupert

Outfit 106

Labrador Odyssey 2001 HACC Trip Report from the Labrador Sea to Ungava Bay through the Torngat Mts. – Angus Scott remembered – Trudeau artifacts on display at Canoe Museum – Wilderness Paddlers Handbook, Tumblehome, Abandoned book reviews

Outfit 107

North from the Thelon to the Back Trip Report – Photos of Saglek station in 1955 – Quebec and Crees deal on hydro – First Crossing, Inuksuit, Flowers in the Snow

Outfit 108

John Lentz trip report on the Horton River – Max Finkelstein excerpt “Why the Heck Indeed? – Northern Quebec power deals with Ottertooth map – Ontario’s Lost Canoe Routes book review and Hood River & Back River tripping videos reviews

Outfit 109

Deep Waters review with original Timiskaming photos, Rainy River memories 1953 trip report – French River photo page in Old Voyageur Channel – Canoeing a Continent, Canoeing the Churchill, The Canoe book reviews – Rupert River news

Outfit 110

Cruising the Quoich River Trip Report – Rugge & Davidson photo at Maine Canoe Symposium – Barrow to Boothia, Cold Summer Wind II book reviews  – New wildernesscanoe.rog Web Site

 Outfit 111

Expedition: Following A.P. Low in northern Quebec – Canoeing Symposium – Tides of Ungava – Nunavik – Arctic climate change – Death of some great paddlers – Cold Burial by Clive Powell-Williams; Lost Lands, Forgotten Stories by Alexandra Pratt; In the Footsteps of Grey Owl by McGuffins; Horizontal Everest by Jerry Kobalenko

 

Outfit 112

Excerpt: Five Northern Rivers by Bert Horwood – Acquiring some National Archives of Canada photos – Gangbars and juvenile-arthritis-fundraising trip – Jim Abel's summer plans – 2003 online canoe expeditions – Aboriginal art purchase by Canada Council – Muskox harvest cancelled – Bathurst Inlet port project – Lamenting no trip this summer for Hide-Away Canoe Club – More of Canada's Best Canoe Routes by Alister Thomas; Kevin Callan's  Paddler's Guides; The Forgotten Skills video by Cliff Jacobson

 
 

Outfit 113

Excerpt: Discovering Eden by Alex Hall – Rupert R.I.P? – Mackenzie Valley: Opponents to proponents – Pauzι and Barnes to Labrador – Michaud on Payne River – Stewart Coffin's book – Nahanni battle – North Pole Web cam – Diamond hunting on Melville Peninsula – Iqaluit-Goose Bay flights – An Inuit on Everest – Rats in the Aleutians – A summer without a canoe adventure – Videos: George Drought's Jewel of Ontario: The Petawawa; Les Stroud's Stranded – Book: Laurel Archer's Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Trips – Photos: Robert Service in his birchbark canoe; Carey Lake on the Dubawnt

 
 

Outfit 114

Excerpt: My Black Spruce Journals by Stewart Coffin – Labrador Tragedy: canoeists' fate a mystery – Recognition and responsibility – Photo captures Robert Service at real Door of Death – Duke Watson on Low's travels – Some upcoming reports – Labrador Inuit aboriginal settlement – Ungava Bay canoe death – Pingualuit (Chubb) Crater in northern Quebec to become park – Canoeists on Hudson Bay rescued twice – Rupert River diversion project – Review: Discovering Eden by Alex Hall – Photos: J.B. Tyrrell's Dubawnt River and Swedish canoes

 
 

Outfit 115

Hubbard Memorial Canoe Expedition into Labrador – Labrador Tragedy: Letters with Big Tribe Observations – Essay: Recognition and responsibility –

Canadian Canoe Museum suspends operations – Scots head across Canada – Nunvaut film production – NWT tourism – Hudson's Bay Quest dog-sled race – Reviews: The Man Who Mapped the Arctic by Peter Steele; Nunavik by Henrik Wittenborn; Ancient Mariner by Ken McGoogan

 
  Outfit 116 Payne River expedition – Source of the Norse in Ungava – Letters from George Douglas' niece – Che-Mun accolade – Torngat followup letters: Cliff Jacobson, Alan Kesselheim – 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 – Reviews: The Dene Elders Project by Holland and Kkailther; CD Canoesongs – Lust in the Barrens  
  Outfit 117 Closure in the Torngats – Risk and Responsibility response in Torngat – Chasing the voyageur on the 'old' Methye Portage – Trials and tribulations in seeking expedition sponsorship – Cruise ships in the Arctic – Film on Arctic explorer Rasmussen – Editor's loss of a spouse –  In Memorium of Maggie McNair Peake – Reviews: From Reindeer to Eskimo Point by Kazaks – Up the Creek by McKown – Bark Canoes by John Jennings – A Canoeist's Sketchbook by Robert Kimber – Books by Callan  
  Outfit 118-119 Yellowknife to the mouth of the Coppermine River – Family trip on Teslin and Yukon rivers – Letters on Naskaupi River and Elliott Merrick – Legacy of Inuit sled-dog slaughter – Increase in Inuit polar-bear quotas – Environmental assessment funding for groups on Eastmain 1-A dam and Rupert River diversion projects – Meadowbank gold mine project in the Barrens – Editor's Loss of a father – Reviews: No Man's River by Farley Mowat – Paddling the Boreal Forest by Finkelstein and Stone – Rendezvous with the Wild Edited by James Raffan – Photo by A.P. Low in Ungava Bay  
  Outfit 120 Canada By Land trip report – Across the Continental Divide in Mackenzie's track by Duncan Thomson – Lost Labrador canoeists' canoe found on Korok River with photos – Reivews: Bloody Falls of the Coppermine by McKay Jenkins, The Happy Camper by Kevin Callan — Obits: James Houston and Andy Brown – Photo essay: The mystery of George Simpson's Mt. Royal grave – Saskatchewan Centennial Canoe Quest – Trademark issue over Inuit qimmik  
  Outfit 121 50/100 years in story and photos: Churchill River trip of 1955, Hubbard-Wallace expeditions of 1905 – James Raffan on George Simpson's grave – George Drought's exploding Back River stove – To Ungava By George (River) – Borealis Paddling Expedition on Barrens – Wollaston Lake To Chantrey Inlet – Reviews: Every Trail Has a Story by Henderson, Paddling & Hiking Ontario's Southern Shield Country by Kas Stone – Notes from Bill Layman and Lynda Holland's Barren trip on Hanbury-Thelon rivers.  
  Outfit 122 George Douglas 1911 – Naskaupi River Journal 2005 by Philip Schubert – Down a Dead Man's River (1966 down the Dubawnt) by Charlie Mahler – Reviews: The Woman Who Mapped Labrador by Buchanan et al, Common Plants of Nunavut by Mallory and Aiken – Map of current Hydro-Quebec dams and diversions  
  Outfit 123 Lake of the Woods to Coppermine in 122 days by the Marshall brothers – Che-Mun Index Outfits 38-120 Part I – Reviews: Three Rivers (Yukon); Killarney & the French River by Kevin Callan – Reprint reviews: True North by Elliott Merrick; Sleeping Island by P.G. Downes; A Death on the Barrens by George Grinnell – Letters from Philip Schubert and Kjarton Bergsvaag – Canadian Canoe Museum's Open Letter on the 1976 Lake Timiskaming Tragedy  
  Outfit 124 Cliff Jacobson paddles the chilly Snake River, Yukon – Che-Mun Index Outfits 38-120 Part II – Photo of Jeff Traversy sitting in George Douglas' Lands Forlorn cabin in 2005 – Book reviews: Ten Rivers by Ed Struzik; Being Caribou by Karsten Heuer – Letters from Alan Kesselheim, Blair Richardson, Bill Layman and Jeff Traversy  
  Outfit 125 Remembering Herb Pohl: News story on the Lake Superior drowning – Battles with Barrenland Bob & Co – A father returns with his son to Killarney, 30 years later – Letter from Paul Chivers on saving the historic La Vase portages – Cliff Jacobson's disastrous encounter with Canada Customs – Changing circumstances in the warming Arctic – Empty fuel drums in Nunavut communities – Homeless police in Umiujaq – Interplanetary exploration teams use Haughton Crater for Mars simulations – PLS over GPS in the Arctic – Peake family loses yet another member, Bev – Book review: The Arctic Voyages of Martin Frobisher by Robert McGhee  
  Outfit 126 Rupert River diversion begins (with map) – Broadback River trip journal and photos by Lester Kovac centre spread – Letters from Tim Farr on Che-Mun back issues, and from Andrew Hall and Kully Minderman on the growing notoriety of "Barrenland Bob" – Nunavik deal with Canada – Searching for Arctic ice – Inuit on Belcher Islands fear Rupert diversion – Hydropower corrupts – Book review: Terra Nostra: The Stories Behind Canada's Maps by Jeffrey S. Murray – Canada nearly ceased publication of paper topographical maps  
  Outfit 127 Solo down the swollen George River - almost – Online PDFs of historic canoe books – Korok River park planned – Artists on the George River – The antics of Barrenland Bob - a bad news outfitter – Trans-Arctic Canoe Expedition review – Inuktituk Old Testament – Davis Strait polar bears – Killer whales increase in the Arctic – New Anglican church in Salluit – New 70-mile mining road northwest of Baker Lake – Winter road to Nunavut and NWT diamond mines – Impending mining in the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary – Trans-arctic snowmobile expedition for climate and snow research  
  Outfit 128 Twin Otters – Seth Wotten resumes cross-continent solo – Words from well-known paddlers: Letter from John Lentz on impending mining in the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary; David Pelly's new book project; praise from Stewart Coffin – French tourism in Nunavut – Nunavut files court action on federal inaction on 1993 land-claim implementation – Tabled territorial legislation would boost Inuit languages – Nunavut outfitter guidelines sought – Rangers patrol high Arctic – Dog race in Baffin Island – Is Nunavut ready for mining boom? – Extreme heat up north this summer – New mining an issue for Nunavik – Hide-Away Canoe Club summer plans – The new full-colour Che-Mun – A sneak peek at The Canoe Atlas of the Little North – Book reviews: Canoe Atlas of the Little North by Jon Berger and Tom Terry; Quetico and Beyond by Kevin Callan; Lure of the Labrador Wild by Dillon Wallace – Lake Temagami youth camps going strong after a century – Hide-Away Canoe Club will follow routes of David Thompson and Eric Morse this summer  
  Outfit 129 Quebec's Petite Mecatina River – Expedition down the Prince River – Words from well-known paddlers: Jon Berger on his Canoe Atlas of the Little North; Alex Hall on Barrenland Bob; David Pelly on rejection of drilling on the upper Thelon River. CBC reports paddlers left hanging by Tundra Tom – Research in crater lake Pingualuit – Makivik's Arctic cruise ship – DEW Line cleanup – Bathurst Inlet port and road – Total sun eclipse over Nunvavut in '08 – Discovering Amundsen's Inuk descendants – Relentless northern development – Book reviews: The Keewaydin Way by Brian Back – Moving Waters by Sam Cook – Capturing the French River by Wayne Kelly – The Lure of Faraway Places by Herb Pohl  
  Outfit 130 Following David Thompson's Trail – The Little Partridge Canoe Route: Gateway to the Kazan River – Letters on Seth Wotten's solo expedition, Mecatina, and Barrenland Bob – New Northwest Territories megapark – Nunavut cuts size of polar bear hunt – Investigation into alleged RCMP slaughter of sled dogs in 50's and 60's – Nunvavik to get greater autonomy – Documentation of Inuit dislocation in 50's and 60's – Kayaking expedition along the Northwest Passage – Labrador Inuit concern over radioactive waste from uranium mining – Comments on HACC newbie and a trip to the Canadian Canoe Museum – Book reviews: Emperor of the North by James Raffan – The Northern Horizons of Guy Blanchet by Gwyneth Hoyle – Wilderness Ontario by Gary and Joannie McGuffin – Voyageur by Robert Twigger  
  Outfit 131 Trans Arctic Expedition – Keele River Expedition – Letters on Alex Hall's reputation, closing of Canoe Frontier outfitters – Who killed thousands of Inuit sled dogs 50 years ago? – Trek across Victoria Island – Scientists core ice at Pingualuit (Chubb) Crater – Plans move forward on Bathurst Inlet port and road – Protecting Nunavut caribou herd – 1000 issues in post-Nickels Che-Mun – Morse River – Alex Hall – Book reviews: Measuring Mother Earth by Heather Robertson – Beneath My Feet by Phil Jenkins – Arctic Spectacles by Russell A. Potter – Blue Spruce Journals by Stewart Coffin – Mapping a Continent by Raumonde Litalien  
  Outfit 132 Lands Forlorn classic of the 1911 Douglas-Sandberg expedition to the Coppermine River is reprinted – Inuit approve uranium mining in Nunavut – A book and an art exhibition delve into our canoe heritage – Secret topo-map FTP site – Study finds bear spray better than a gun – In praise of search and rescue – Saskatchewan First Nation building a hydro dam – Arctic film delayed – Whaling station in Kekerten Park will be visitor centre – Crees and Quebec sign another agreement – Prospecting permits issued for Queen Maud bird sanctuary – Memories of winter – HACC returns to Pukaskwa – Book reviews: Nahanni Journals: R. M. Patterson by Richard C. Davis – Bill Mason Wilderness Artist by Ken Buck – All Things are Possible by Phil Peterson – Explorer's Guide to Algonquin Park by Michael Runtz – The Return of Caribou to Ungava by Bergerud  
       
       

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