A film that will inspire viewers through the stories told by legends of North America’s paddling community, portraying the many important ways the canoe has and continues to shape our culture and heritage.
Mark Oldershaw is a third generation Olympian and captured the Bronze medal at the London Olympic Games in the C1 1000m event. His grandfather Bert, uncles Dean and Reed, and father Scott have all competed in the sport of CanoeKayak.
Hugh Stewart’s love of paddling began as a child exploring the lakes of Algonquin Park. His passion turned to profession when he ran a camp in Temagami where he learned to build and repair Cedar-Canvas canoes.