Reel Paddling Film Festival 2018
Feb
8
to Feb 9

Reel Paddling Film Festival 2018

The Reel Paddling Film Festival kicks off its 2018 world tour with the Premiere on Thursday February 8th, 2018 hosted by The Complete Paddler. All proceeds of the night will go to Project Canoe!

The Complete Paddler is proud to host Rapid Media’s 13th annual Reel Paddling Film Festival that showcases some of the best paddling films in the world. This international competition begins in Toronto, ON, hosted by The Complete Paddler, before beginning its year-long tour across the globe and screening to over 30,000 outdoor enthusiasts and their families. The festival recognizes the best paddling films in a series of categories like best whitewater kayaking film, best canoeing film, best fishing film etc. It aims to inspire more people to explore rivers, lakes and oceans, push physical and emotional extremes, embrace the lifestyle and appreciate the heritage of the wild places we paddle.

The Complete Paddler and others will be donating a number of door prizes to be won as well as “Hot Ticket” prizes. Everyone who attends will be entered into the draw for the Door Prizes and Hot Tickets will be sold separately for $2.00/ea or $5.00 for 3.

Tickets: $13/Advance or $16/door plus tax. Advance tickets can be purchased at The Complete Paddler in person, over the phone 416 255 6905 or online. Your tickets will be waiting for you at the door if you purchase over the phone or online. 

Advanced tickets will be available until 1pm Thursday February 8th.

Location: The Royal Theatre, 608 College Street. Toronto, Ontario M6G 1B4 MAP

Time: Doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7pm. It will run until 10pm

For more information: The Complete Paddler www.completepaddler.ca
416 255 6905
info@completepaddler.ca

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Peel Project Documentary Screening
Dec
6
7:00 PM19:00

Peel Project Documentary Screening

Join us for a free screening of The Peel Project!

The Peel Project follows six Canadian artists as they paddle into the arctic to create, learn and grow through disconnecting and reconnecting in the wild. The film encapsulates much of what we aspire to create on Project Canoe trips in Algonquin Park; it is a raw glimpse into life on a canoe trip as they overcome challenges, bask in the beauty that is the Canadian wilderness, and learn about their individual and collective capabilities.

The film also advocates for the protection of wild spaces that we hold near and dear to our hearts, as the Peel River Watershed is one of the last undeveloped watersheds in Canada. The area has been the subject of a five-year legal battle between the government and local First Nations and environmental groups fighting for the protection of the land and culture in the wake of mining and oil exploration.  The Peel Project blends art, science and storytelling to connect audiences to the Peel River Watershed in lieu of this fight for environmental justice.

Cost: Free
Runtime: 68 minutes

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Run with Project Canoe this October!
Oct
22
8:00 AM08:00

Run with Project Canoe this October!

Celebrate our 40th Anniversary with us: Project Canoe is once again participating in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge to send more young people on canoe trips!

When you run or walk for Project Canoe, you’re raising funds that go directly to programs. Many people credit their time on canoe trips with making them the person they are today, but for some the opportunity is simply not available. Over our 40 year history we have bridged the gap for thousands of young people who are unable to access the Great Canadian Outdoors.

Join our team and help make this possible for more youth!

It's easy to register to run with Project Canoe! To register, click 'Register' below and follow the instructions.

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Project Canoe's 40th Anniversary Party
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

Project Canoe's 40th Anniversary Party

PROJECT CANOE IS TURNING 40!

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Join us to reminisce & celebrate 40 years of helping youth transform their lives through the power of the outdoors, at our 'canoe trip themed' 40th Anniversary Party!

Featuring a camp style night of music, art, food, auction items and a chance to hear from youth and families positively impacted by Project Canoe.

Tickets $40 Online (Advance) / $50 (At the door). Tickets include a drink ticket & tasty campfire fare.

Where: 192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto

When: October 17th, 7pm-10pm

 

 
 
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Jane's Walk 2016
Jun
30
3:30 PM15:30

Jane's Walk 2016

An Urban Wilderness Walk in Lawrence Heights

Come join Project Canoe and Lawrence Heights residents as we walk through the neighbourhood to explore community connections.

This is a chance to learn more about the youth our program serves, and to explore the area's past, present and future. Join us on a walk through this evolving neighbourhood!

When? June 30th, 3:30pm
Where? Starting at 37 Varna Drive
Cost? Jane's Walks are always free.

To register, contact: Rayon Reid Brown
e: Rayon.Reid-Brown@torontohousing.ca
p: 647.468.4035

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"Feet in the Forest" Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Jun
18
10:00 AM10:00

"Feet in the Forest" Golf Tournament Fundraiser

A charity golf tournament in memory of Austin Hill. All proceeds will be donated to the Refuge, Project Canoe and Outward Bound Canada.

A young life was cut drastically short. Austin Tyler Hill died in his sleep at the age of 19. His family and friends – anyone who knew him – are devastated by the unbelievable loss of this dynamic, wonderful young man.

Read more about the event, buy a ticket for the tournament, and find out more information here.

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MEC Toronto Paddlefest
Jun
11
to Jun 12

MEC Toronto Paddlefest

MEC Is throwing a party with water and waves. Come to MEC Paddlefest to find gear and tips for SUP, kayaking and canoeing, meet fellow paddlers, and demo anything that floats. Project Canoe will have a booth, so come by and say hello!

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