The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SUMMER 2004

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OUTFIT 117
 

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Front Page

Expedition

Ex-Expedition

Labrador Tragedy

Summer Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit

Back page

 

 

                                                                                                                  ANDREW LAVIGNE

Closure in the Torngats – A long figure stands on the knife-edged Minaret Ridge running from the summit of Mt. Caubvick/D'Iberville, 80 feet above the spot where the body of Susan Barnes was found in August, a year after she and fiancé Dan Pauzé perished on the summit of the Torngat peak. This summer two teams of searchers combed the remote area in search of the pair and found some answers to the circumstances of the deaths. A full report on the recovery

 

 

 

 

EXPEDITION

Chasing the voyageur on the 'old' Methye Portage

EX-EXPEDITION

Trials and tribulations in seeking expedition sponsorship

 

SUMMER PACKET

Letter on Torngat tragedy III

CANOESWORTHY

Cruise ships in the Arctic – Film on Arctic explorer Rasmussen

FROM THE EDITOR

Loss of a spouse

CANOELIT

Books: 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

BACK PAGE

In Memorium of Maggie McNair Peake

 
 

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