Explore the backcountry while you deepen your understanding of Algonquin Park from an Indigenous perspective on this guided canoe trip.
Join us and Leslie Anne St. Amour, an Algonquin woman, for a 3 day deep dive and transformational canoe trip through traditional territories, cultural and historically significant locations in what is now known as Algonquin Provincial Park.
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Algonquin Provincial Park
While many of us are used to thinking about Algonquin Park as a vast uninhabited wilderness to be explored, there is more to the story. This workshop will focus on providing context for Algonquin Park from an Indigenous perspective.
Join Leslie Anne St, Amour, an Algonquin woman, for a conversation about the history of the land that is now Algonquin Park, the Indigenous nations that call it home, the colonial and oppressive history of the park, the role of industry and Indigenous relationships with the park today. We will touch on Algonquin laws and people, contact with European colonizers, the industrial exploration of Algonquin Park that continues today, reconciliation and meaningful relationships with Indigenous people and the modern Algonquin nation in Ontario.
- All tripping gear,
- Canoes, paddles & PFDs
- Park permits
- Fresh & healthy home cooked meals
- Licensed guide
- Memories to last a lifetime
What's Not Included
- Transportation to and from the park
- Personal toiletries & clothing
- Parking permits if you'll be driving yourself up. You can purchase those here.
- Guide Tips