The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SPRING 2003

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OUTFIT 112
 

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Front Page

Expeditions

Spring Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit I

Canoelit II

National Archives

Back page

 

 

                         J.W.Tyrrell/National Archive of Canada/PA-019565

FIRST VIEW – This is the first photo of the still unnamed falls in Dickson Canyon on the Hanbury River taken by the first canoeist down the river, J. W. Tyrrell in 1900 — the year after Mr. Hanbury went up. It is one of thousands of gems stored in Canada's National Archives and awaiting discovery by anyone with a computer and a lust for history. See more in National Archives story. The view of this cataract is notable because most modern portagers take the south side of the river — J.W. being one of the first on the north.

 

 

 

 

EXPEDITIONS

Five Northern Rivers

By BERT HORWOOD

An excerpt from the new book Best Canoe Routes of Canada.

NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA

Acquiring the NAC photos

 

SPRING PACKET

Canoeing & Wilderness Symposium

CANOESWORTHY

Tidal record, eco-tourism and volcanoes in Nunavik, Arctic climate change

FROM THE EDITOR

Death of great paddlers

CANOELIT I

Book: More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes by Alister Thomas;

Video: The Forgotten Skills: Expert Techniques and Tips to Make Your camping Experience More Rewarding by Cliff Jacobson

CANOELIT II

Book: Kevin Callan's Paddler's Guides

BACK PAGE

Giant tides of Ungava Bay

 
 

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