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Introducing '19 WCS Speaker Alex Bailey from Kingston.


Since childhood and well into his 20’s, Alex Bailey spent every summer wilderness paddling with his family. This canoe tripping tradition was first taught to Alex’s parents by his grandfather, Omond Solandt.

Now, he wishes to share it with the next generation. With that, he made a commitment to visit a special location at the boundary waters of Quetico Provincial Park. With snow still on the ground, this adventure began with the repair and refurbishing of Omond’s cedar strip canoe, as well as launching

months of travel logistics that complicated the scenario. Typical of most trips, it’s the things that didn’t go as planned that makes this shared family tradition of wilderness adventures most memorable. In July 2018, Alex, his sister and three kids and Alex’s buddy Geoff launched Omond Solandt’s canoe on a trip it had never never taken before - to Solandt Island in Quetico Provincial Park.

To see the full story about Alex's adventure, register and get your seats early at www.wcsymposium.com
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