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Max Finkelstein

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Canoeing a Continent: On the Trail of Alexander Mackenzie. Using Mackenzie's journals and his own journal writings, Finkelstein creates a view of the land from two vantage points. He retraced the route of Alexander Mackenzie across North America from Ottawa through to Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, and then he paddled the Blackwater, Fraser and Peace Rivers. This route is the most significant water trail in North America, and perhaps the world. As Kindle | More...

       Canoeing a Continent

Paddling The Boreal Forest: Rediscovering A.P. Low. Tells the story of following the path of one of Canada's "iron men", Albert Peter Low, who explored the vastness of Northern Quebec's boreal forest at the end of the 19th Century. This region has captivated avid canoeists for generations. The book describes Low's journey based on his own records, and then it recounts the authors' attempts to retrace the trail he followed. Using archival sources, oral history and personal experience, they tell the story and, in the process, reveal the environmental issues now facing this wilderness. As Kindle | More…

       The Stork and the Plow: The Equity Answer to the Human Dilemma

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