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Paddle your own canoe! A voyage to Ontario for lessons in the ultimate Canadian experience 

The Mail on Sunday's Max Wooldridge got to grips with canoeing at Ontario's Middle Madawask river. He also crafted his own wooden paddle at the Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough.
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