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Group of Seven Canoe Mural Project

By , published on November 30, 2020
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Huntsville Festival of the Arts Group of Seven Canoe Project 2020

Updated July 2021 You can see the 2020 Group of Seven Canoes on display at our Oxtongue Lake store for the month of July 2021, in August they will be on display at the Algonquin Art Center in Algonquin Park.  Come September you’ll be able to bid on them in our Charity Paddle Art Auction. …

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COVID-19 2021 update

By , published on April 8, 2020
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Updated: June 1, 2021 With the Ontario stay-at-home order being lifted we are once again able to travel when needed.  Our retail stores will continue to operate with curbside and online services.  Day rentals are now available at Huntsville, Lake of Two Rivers, Lake Opeongo and Oxtongue Lake for those wishing to get outside for…

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Barber prepares for the Yukon Arctic Ultra Marathon

By , published on January 28, 2020
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Chad Barber Yukon Arctic Ultra

Huntsville chiropractor and ultrarunner Dr. Chad Barber is in the final stages of preparation for what is likely the greatest running challenge of his career, the Yukon Arctic Ultra (YAU). “This is a 100-mile continuous footrace out of Whitehorse, Yukon starting January 30, 2020,” explains Barber. “It’s the middle of the winter – the coldest…

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AO donation helps set HHS Nordic team up for success – Huntsville Doppler

By , published on December 13, 2019
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By Dawn Huddlestone, Huntsville Doppler on December 13, 2019 Main photo (Right): Algonquin Outfitters owner Rich Swift, AO staff member Carlee Wood, HHS Nordic team member Ryan Clarke, and HHS Nordic coach John Cowan with the team’s new equipment (Algonquin Outfitters) The Huntsville High School Nordic team is off to a great start this season,…

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Nalgene Outdoor Applauds Quick-Thinking of Hikers and Rescuers in “Message in a Bottle” Rescue

By , published on October 10, 2019
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ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 13, 2019 – Nalgene Outdoor, manufacturers of the original water bottle that traces its roots back to 1949, applauds the search and rescue workers and quick-thinking of Curtis Whitson who used an SOS message in a Nalgene water bottle to get rescued from a remote part of the Arroyo Seco River known…

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