The campus will feature a Gathering Circle, a Canoe House, an accessible boardwalk, two seasonal canoe docks, and an adaptive canoe and kayak launch. Photo: Jeremy Ward (Curator), Rodger Wright (Fundraising Cabinet volunteer), Carolyn Hyslop (Executive Director), Stu...
It is with a heavy heart that we at the Museum mourn the loss of a member of our community, Don Duncan, who passed away on March 18, 2023. Don was a dedicated and passionate volunteer who selflessly devoted countless hours to the Museum’s woodshop, education programs, and special events over the past 19 years.
The evocative eight-person canoe pictograph at Pictured Lake, upon which The Canadian Canoe Museum’s logo is based, is located about half an hour by road and another half an hour by snowshoe from the city centre of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
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Steady progress has been made, but industry-wide construction challenges have delayed the museum’s opening to late summer or early fall.
Brewing up a new partnership: The Canadian Canoe Museum announces the Silver Bean Café as the new museum’s café operator
Drinks, light lunches, tasty treats, and grab-and-go options will all be available at The Canadian Canoe Museum’s (CCM) new café and patio beginning next summer, thanks to a new partnership with the Silver Bean Café. Named the Silver Bean Café on the Lake, the café will offer tourists, surrounding neighbours, and the general public delectable delights year-round.