“Breaking the ice to the Torngat”

Presentation at the 34th annual Wilderness and Canoe Symposium in Toronto, 24-25 February 2017
Saturday, February 23, 2019
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ROULX, NICOLAS As a teacher of history and geography in high school, Nicolas takes a great pleasure in sharing his knowledge and experiences. His insatiable curiosity pushes him toward new horizons, often way out of his comfort zone. His canoe- camping projects are a day to day motivation and help him appreciate life in an authentic way.

GUILLAUME, MOREAU is enthusiast and bold. For him, expeditions are a rewarding way to grow and get in touch with nature, which he cherishes for its pure beauty. As a student in Forest engineering, he started a PHD in Forest Science, which will help him understand and protect the ecosystems around him.

FORTIN, CHARLES Attracted by vast open spaces and untouched wilderness since his youth, Charles loves long canoe-camping trips for the challenges and the natural treasures they bring along the way. A detail oriented mindset developed while studying mechanical engineering explains his constant work to improve his various skills. Optimistic and determined, Charles is always ready for the next adventure.


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