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TODAY’S CANOE STORIES FESTIVAL FEATURE: Olivia C. Davies

September 14, 2019 |by CanoeStoriesFestival | 0 Comments | CSF Events, News | , , , ,

On Sunday, September 15 at 1pm Olivia C. Davies will be performing “KICHISIPPI LOVE ~ AN HONORING” before the feast on Bate Island as part of the welcoming of the Water Walkers.

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CHIMEDA 2019- A Reflection on Paddling Together

June 20, 2019 |by CanoeStoriesFestival | 0 Comments | Friends of CSF Events, News | , , , , , , , , , , ,

I joined the Chimeda Sunday morning, on the second day where we were to start out from Wakefield and paddle to Chelsea. Getting my kayak ready and coming into the moment with the river, who has been high and swift for most of the Spring, was beautiful.

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FRIENDS OF CSF EVENT: Ottawa River Keepers Gala Coverage

June 14, 2019 |by CanoeStoriesFestival | 0 Comments | Friends of CSF Events, News | , , , , , , ,

Last week the Ottawa Riverkeepers hosted their Annual Gala event at 50 Sussex, the Royal Canadian Geographical building. The view was perfection, overlooking Kichi Sipi (Ottawa River) due west. Our Mother Earth treated us all to a stunning sunset.

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UPCOMING FRIENDS OF CSF EVENT: The Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala

June 6, 2019 |by CanoeStoriesFestival | 0 Comments | Friends of CSF Events, News | , ,

Each year as the evenings warm up in Ottawa, The Ottawa Riverkeeper / Garde-rivière des Outaouais organization host their annual Gala to raise awareness around custodianship of the Kitchi Sipi (Ottawa River). This year Circadia Indigena will be leading the performance part of the evening.

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FRIENDS OF CSF EVENT: “Celebrating Life in the Ottawa River”

May 23, 2019 |by CanoeStoriesFestival | 0 Comments | Friends of CSF Events, News | , , , , , , , ,

On Wednesday, May 22, Circadia Indigena attended an informative event that touched on the history of the American Eel, an important species and part of the ecology of the Kichi Sipi, the Algonquin name for the Ottawa River.

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