The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  WINTER 2003

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OUTFIT 111
 

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In this issue

Front Page

Expeditions

Winter Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit I

Canoelit II

Back page

 

 

TRUE PADDLERS A.P. Low (left) and David Eaton (assistant surveyor for whom Low named Eaton Canyon on the Caniapiscau), shown while coming up the Hamilton River in spring 1984. They had started this trip in 1893 in Lac St. Jean, then paddled to Mistassini, Nichicun, Caniapiscau, Fort Chimo, and then went by steamer to Rigolet to spend the winter, and in the spring took canoes up the Hamilton River by sled and canoed around Sandgirt, Michikamau and other lakes, before paddling to Sept-Isles. James Stone and Max Finkelstein trace Low's journey across Quebec in Expeditions.

 

 

Photo: National Archives of Canada

EXPEDITIONS

They took the Low Road

By JAMES STONE and MAX FINKELSTEIN

Across northern Quebec in the tracks of A.P. Low.

WINTER 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

Books: Cold Burial: A True Story of Endurance and Disaster by Clive Powell-Williams;

Lost Lands, Forgotten Stories: A Woman's Journey to the Heart of Labrador by Alexandra Pratt;

CANOELIT II

Books: In the Footsteps of Grey Owl: Journey into the Ancient Forests by Gary and Joanie McGuffin;

Horizontal Everest by Jerry Kobalenko.

BACK PAGE

Giant tide of Ungava Bay

 
 

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