A paddle down the Petawawa in memory of Blair Fraser Add to ...


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Blair Fraser was a pioneering Canadian journalist and one of the high-profile ‘Voyageurs’ who helped promote northern canoeing in the postwar years. He died in an accident on the Petawawa in 1968. After his memorial was vandalized, three generations of his descendants took to the river this summer to set things right. Roy MacGregor tells the tale

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