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Canoe Paddles Are Steeped in Canadian History

The canoe paddle has a storied past that harkens back to early explorers who navigated through uncharted waters of our great nation. Their courageous, undaunted spirit overcame physical obstacles, mental doubt and unknown dangers with each stroke that propelled them towards their unwavering goal. It is has been said that Canadians are born with a canoe paddle in their hand and many will attest to the magical memories forged over the years on the lakes, rivers and open waters across Canada. In the words of one of our greatest prime ministers: "Paddling a canoe is a source of enrichment and inner renewal.”—Pierre Trudeau. We invite you to explore our collection of Canadiana inspired paddles to memorialize your own journeys and shared adventures. Use them to canoe or as decor in your cottage, home or office—makes for a great gift idea too!

Canoe Paddles Are Steeped in Canadian History

The canoe paddle has a storied past that harkens back to early explorers who navigated through uncharted waters of our great nation. Their courageous, undaunted spirit overcame physical obstacles, mental doubt and unknown dangers with each stroke that propelled them towards their unwavering goal. We invite you to explore our collection of Canadiana inspired paddles to memorialize your own journeys and shared adventures. Use them canoeing or as decor in your cottage, home or office.

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Canada Canoe Paddles is very excited to be collaborating with Indigenous artist Patrick Hunter on an Indigenous collection of wilderness-themed paddles. Patrick is an up and coming Ojibwe artist/designer whose work is featured in private and corporate collections including Toronto City Hall, RBC, BMO, Rogers, Purolator, CTV and the Chicago Blackhawks to name a few. This collection features four limited edition designs that will be a unique addition to anyone’s cottage, lakeside cabin or home. A portion of sales is designated to the artist’s outreach with Indigenous causes. Thank you for your support.

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Maple syrup, skates, the maple leaf, moose—it doesn’t get any more Canadian than that eh? Browse our paddle designs based on iconic symbols of Canada. These are fully functional paddles made from locally sourced wood and manufactured in Ontario. While they can be used to go canoeing they make ideal decor additions to any cottage and cabin or in your home or office as a reminder to heed the call of the great outdoors.

Browse paddle designs based on iconic symbols of Canada. These are fully functional paddles made from locally sourced wood and manufactured in Ontario. Use them out on the water or display in your cottage/cabin, home or office.

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The HIP are one of Canada’s most iconic bands whose lyrics were influenced by our unique landscape and history. Three Pistols (Road Apples) recalls The Group of Seven's Tom Thomson who died on Canoe lake while Looking for a Place to Happen tells the story of Jacques Cartier: “I have a job, I explore…”. A commemorative paddle dedicated to The Tragically Hip is a fitting tribute to the band and fans of Canadian music everywhere.

The HIP are one of Canada’s most iconic bands whose lyrics were influenced by our unique landscape and history. A commemorative paddle is a fitting tribute to The Tragically Hip and fans of Canadian music everywhere.

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The CBC is Canada’s national network and oldest broadcaster. Its present day “Gem” logo is as recognizable to Canadians as the maple leaf itself. We are excited to collaborate with the CBC on these paddle designs that can be proudly displayed in your cottage/cabin, office or home. Purchases will help continue fund great Canadian programming today and for generations to come.

The CBC's logo is as recognizable to Canadians as the maple leaf itself. We are excited to collaborate with the CBC-themed paddle designs. Purchases will help continue fund great Canadian programming today and for generations to come.

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