April 25 General Meeting: Guest Speaker, Pizza, Membership draws!!

Join us on April 25th for our spring General Meeting and pizza social!  
Event will take place in Blind River, location TBD. 
Please RSVP either to our Facebook event or to so we know how much pizza to order. 

We will have draws for a FREE K.I.C.K. Registration and a FREE Club membership! (must be present or have registered before this event to be entered)

Evening Schedule: 
6:30 Pizza, KICK Camp & Club Registration, Paddlers Meet & Greet
7:15 Speaker - Sandra Mayberry - "The Canoe and Connection"
8:00 Updates from the board, Free Membership and KICK registration draws
8:30 Clean up

The Canoe and Connection - Presentation by Sandra Mayberry

Canoes shape lives! From a life-changing canoe trip at age seventeen to guiding youth and later women trips, to launching a 16ft birch bark canoe built with grade six students, Sandra understands that the canoe symbolizes so much more than just a craft for transportation. Journey to places by canoe and understand de…

2019 Trip List

A link to our 2019 Trip List is now posted under the "Our Club" tab... have a look!  We still have some details to confirm, so make sure to check back regularly for updates.

Don't forget to contact the listed trip leader for the events you plan to attend.

We're hiring!

Do you know any students looking for a summer job? We're currently hiring for our summer K.I.C.K. Camp! We have postings for a Camp Coordinator and Camp Counsellors. Please have a look at the links below and pass along if you know someone who might be interested.
*Application deadline is March 1, 2019.

Camp Coordinator Camp Counsellors

General Meeting - February 28, 2019

Sick of winter? Get inspired! 
Calling all AP members and kayak, canoe, SUP paddling, and nature enthusiasts from Blind River, Elliot Lake, Spanish, Iron Bridge and surrounding area to attend: 
Algoma Paddlers General Meeting Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 7-9 pm.  Blind River Seniors Centre, 17 Michigan Ave.  (heading West, turn left at Hwy 17 lights, turn right on the 2nd street). 
Enjoy Dr. David Tyrrell's 2 week pictorial tour of Iceland Hear about our improved youth KICK program Learn about AP courses and group trips for 2019 Listen to our progress in finding a new Blind River home!Refreshments will be served

Special thank you to the Historic Cordukes/Weber 12-sided Barn Committee

As published in the December 26th, 2018 issue of the North Shore Sentinel.  

Voyageur Canoes in Storage!

We would like to thank everyone that came out to help us get our Voyageur Canoes into storage this weekend. We couldn't have done it without you! An especially big thank you to Joanne for organizing the move and to Will Samis for the use of the barn space. It is so good to know that the canoes are in good storage for the winter! *For more info about the history and building of the Cordukes/Weber barn, check out

Volunteers Needed!

We are looking for some volunteers to help us move our Voyageur Canoes into storage in Sowerby this Saturday, November 17th.    We will meet up at Tim Horton’s in Blind River at 1:00pm.  Please contact Joanne at if you are able to make it.  Thank you!