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AT A decision will be made soon about whether to resume the search for a 35-year-old man in the Northumberland Strait, in Bayfield in Antigonish County.
Saturday, July 12, at The Hollows Conservation Area, 3804 Route 14, Cary. The group will meet at Lake Atwood in the Hollows just before sunset and watch the full moon rise while paddling around the lake. As we paddle we will share stories and lore of
British Columbia Demonstrators took to Vancouver streets Tuesday to rally against the Northern Gateway pipeline, which would carry oil from Alberta to northern B.C. for shipment overseas. Ottawa has given Enbridge conditional approval for the project.
Jasper County Conservation is hosting kayaking and canoeing nights at Jacob Krumm Nature Preserve, with the first public paddle set for 6 to 8 p.m...The public is invited to rent a kayak or canoe for the evening...All registration forms must be
A big rock loomed before us, the bow of our two-person inflatable kayak bashed into it. Steering the stern onto the boulder instead of out into the current jet to our left, I found our formerly nimble craft plastered onto that lump of stone like a
I have noticed in recent years a lot more kayaks, on the water, on the beaches and on top of cars heading north. Without conducting an actual count, it seems to me that the kayak is eclipsing the canoe, at least in terms of numbers...It was canoes
Two canoes with a Boy Scout party capsized in a windswept and misty lake of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, prompting an air and sea rescue operation that declared its mission accomplished just as sunset was taking hold. The drama unfolded Thursday
Search and rescue crews have located the eight members of a canoe party missing in the Boundary Waters near Ely after their canoes capsized. The Duluth News Tribune reports that the canoeists were a Boy Scout troop. Authorities say the three adults
Storey poses with mandatory stand up paddle boarding safety gear: a lifejacket and board leash. (Madeline Kotzer/CBC News) The growth of stand up paddle boarding has water safety advocates advising people to make sure they know how to stay safe...His
Tipo, a large and intimidating Hawaiian-Samoan cook, also waiting in line, approached me and asked, Brah, you like paddle with Hawaiian Canoe Club tomorrow? He had the classic pidgin intonations and a broad infectious smile on his face. No, thank you,