Logos of canoe builders: Chestnut, Ambroid, Temagami Canoe, Fraser

World's Largest Wood-Canvas Fleets List

Not museum pieces, but working boats.

Ambroid Glue

It put spruce gum out of business and was once  a dominant brand name in the canoe industry.

Canada's Oldest Canoe Builder 

Miller Canoes of New Brunswick

Field Repairs On Canvas Canoes 

Temagami Canoe Company

Canada's second oldest builder

Rupert's House Canoe Factory

The famed Cree canoe factory at Rupert's House with roots in the fur brigades.

Wooden Canoe Heritage Association

The best web site on wooden canoes.

Canadian Canoe Museum

World's largest collection of canoes.

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