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So you’ve never been to The Canadian Canoe Museum. You’re missing out. It’s awesome! Want proof?

Front Entrance-Don Rankin

While I admit I’m a little biased because I work here, here’s what some other Museum visitors and cool peeps had to say about the Museum in person in our guestbook and online via our Twitter, Facebook, and TripAdvisor pages. Some even go so far as to suggest moving in… Read the rest of this entry »

People make The Canadian Canoe Museum come alive – literally. Without the invaluable support of members, volunteers, and donors, the Museum would not exist. Did you know we doubled our membership in 2012? But with more than 700 Museum members and over 100 volunteers, who are these individual people and businesses that support the Museum? Where do they come from?Globe

It may surprise you (or not) to know that this great Canadian Museum has members from all over the world. Did you know that we have members in Singapore? Or that we have members in Germany and England? What about our members in Belgium or the USA? Individuals around the world have joined numerous Canadians in showing their support for the Museum, by becoming Museum Members, and demonstrating their support year after year, for preserving and celebrating the irreplaceable history, culture, character, and spirit of paddled watercraft. Read the rest of this entry »

What do Varcroft & Bianco Wooden Creations, Bear Mountain Boats, Rapid Media, Camp Ponacka, FOCA (Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations), Camp Wanapitei, and Elmhirst’s Resort all have in common?

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Answer: they represent the first Corporate Members of The Canadian Canoe Museum. What could a Corporate Membership do for your business? What’s in it for you…

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Did you know that 63% of Canadians say they prefer to conduct business with companies that support not-for-profits and worthy causes? With your Museum Corporate Membership, you demonstrate to your customers, employees, and friends that you support the preservation and celebration of the rich traditions of Canadian and paddling history, character, and spirit. Read the rest of this entry »