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Seeking inspiration in the Canadian wild

October 5th, 2016 by


The Canadian Wilderness Artist Residency, started in 2015, invites artists to experience the magic of extended wilderness tripping in the hopes of inspiring works and dialog surrounding the themes of nature and national identity. F. H. Varley’s “Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay”, 1921 T he story of the artist travelling remote regions of the Canadian wilderness... Read more »

Welcoming Refugees Canadian Style

August 19th, 2016 by


Nova Craft Canoe is and always has been proud to be Canadian. To me, being a proud Canadian fundamentally means, at least, these two things: first, a respect for the land and natural environment of our country and, second, a dedication to the values of our nation as a cultural mosaic, namely inclusion and tolerance.... Read more »

The Evolution of TuffStuff for Canoes Part 1

March 1st, 2015 by


It is trade show time in the Paddlesport business and because the buzz is all about our new TuffStuff material, I thought our first blog topic should focus on what people are talking about! Here are my own personal impressions on the development of this new and amazing canoe material. B ack in early 2014,... Read more »

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