In the province of Ontario, Canada, the tradition and culture of the canoe has been passed down through generations. Explore how this ancient vessel reveals the strength of the human spirit in this poetic excerpt from Goh Iromoto’s The Canoe. His captivating ode weaves together the stories of five paddlers to underscore how the canoe can be a vessel for deep spiritual connection with nature.
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