The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  WINTER 2004

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OUTFIT 115
 

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Front Page

Expeditions

Essay

Winter Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit

 

 

                                                                                                                    TROY GIPPS

INTO DEEPEST LABRADOR Jim Niedbalski heads up fateful Susan Brook into the heart of Labrador 100 years after Leonidas Hubbard, Dillon Wallace and George Elson. Hubbard would later die in the attempt. Niedbalski was part of last summer's landmark Hubbard Memorial Canoe Expedition which retraced the famed route a century later. They are the first group to complete this route. Expeditions

 

 

 

 

LABRADOR TRAGEDY - PART II

Canoeists' mysterious fate in rugged Torngat Mountains

Letters with Big Tribe Observations

Recognition and Responsibility II                         Continued from Part I in Outfit 114

EXPEDITIONS

The Hubbard Memorial Canoe Expedition into Labrador

 

WINTER PACKET

Letters on the Labrador disappearances

CANOESWORTHY

Canadian Canoe Museum suspends operations; Scots head across Canada; Nunvaut film production; NWT tourism; Hudson's Bay Quest dog-sled race

FROM THE EDITOR

CANOELIT

Books: The Man Who Mapped the Arctic by Peter Steele

Nunavik by Henrik Wittenborn

Ancient Mariner by Ken McGoogan

   
 

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