Building on the understanding that Canada's wild places are special and best experienced by canoe, host Kyle Ereaux welcomes adventurers, guides, craftsmen, conservationists, bush pilots, and anyone else who has a story to share.
#5 Chris Mills
Chris is a former lighthouse keeper. He has also authored two books on lighthouse-keeping history. He now lives in Ketch Harbour, Nova Scotia where he works for the Canadian Coast Guard.
#4 Dwayne Wohlgemuth and Leanne Robinson
Dwayne and Leanne live North of Yellowknife, NWT. They've completed several multi-month trips in Canada's North, including many with their two kids.
#3 - John Konecny
John Konecny is a teacher. In 2018 he moved from Whitby to Ottawa by canoe - a 6 day trip - and successfully deducted his expenses relating to that trip at tax time.
#2 Noah Booth
Noah Booth co-founded Northern Scavenger, a social media platform that documents its outdoor pursuits and canoe trips. His most recent trip was the Boreal to Barrenlands crossing of Eastern Labrador.
#1 Oliver Duret
Oliver Duret is a commercial fisherman in the Northwest Territories. He lives off the land in a cabin he built about 200km from Yellowknife.
#3 is disappointing
More like a podcast on tax loopholes. Very little discussion on paddling