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Join Hap and a number of other talented Canadian authors at the Fall Book Launch hosted by Latitude 46 Publishing, where Hap will be launching his novel “River By Fire”. See more by visiting the event page on Facebook: Fall Book Launch or contact Hap.

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“….Ontario author and canoeist Hap Wilson has written Lake Superior to Manitoba By Canoe, his account of his work establishing a 1,200-kilometre water portion of the Trans Canada Trail. Wilson provides maps and GPS co-ordinates for readers interested in tracing his route themselves. The book, from Firefly Press, also includes stories of bear confrontations, being struck

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Hap Wilson books to look for this year: Lake Superior to Manitoba by Canoe (Firefly Books, release date May 2017); River of Fire (Latitude46 Publisher, release date September 30th 2017). Book launches and talks to be announced. The Trans Canada Trail water trail, Path of the Paddle, guidebook and much more… Mapping Canada’s Canoe Route,

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  CALL TO ADVERTISERS: Resource & Service pages have been dedicated for advertising space in Hap Wilson’s new book. One-quarter, half & full-page ad space is now available at a first-come, first-serve basis. These pages have been an important user-resource in Hap Wilson’s guidebooks over the years. For ad pricing and information please contact Eskakwa

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There is a new book by Hap Wilson in the works along with renowned publisher, Firefly Books. With the release date set for spring 2017, and in celebration of Canada’s 150th Birthday, the book has been given the title:   “HEART of the Continent” Mapping Canada’s Canoe Route Explorations from Lake Superior to Manitoba  

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Hap Wilson on the Bala Falls Portage Ban Controversy: Ontarians should be outraged – at least those who value Canadian historic and prehistoric public lands. The Bala Falls Portage issue, recently covered by the Globe and Mail, is a much broader problem that needs serious investigation. Last winter I was called on by Swift River Power

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“Since its founding, the TCT’s vision has been a trail stretching from coast to coast to coast. A trail for the enjoyment of hikers/walkers, cyclists, horseback riders and, more recently, canoeists and kayakers in summer, and cross country skiers, snowshoers and snowmobilers in winter.” ~ from the TCT Website   Named “Path of the Paddle” in

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