Mike Elliott

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London, Ontario, Canada



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While working with youth-at-risk in 1994, Mike and a colleague helped a group of boys build epoxy/cedar canoes before taking the group on a canoe trip. Soon afterwards, he was given a rotting wood-canvas canoe to restore. What started as a weekend hobby developed into the birth of Kettle River Canoes in 2003. The business started in the basement of the family home and soon expanded into a 900 square-foot workshop. Now, KRC is a stand-alone operation with 3.200 square-feet of space for displays, office, woodwork shop, finishing room and storage.

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COVID-19 Safety Plan Update: Kettle River Canoes – Wood-Canvas Canoe Repairs

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Background: According to information provided by the World Health Organization, COVID-19 is a highly contagious respiratory disease which results in death for about 3.4% of those infected with the Coronavirus. Of those who have died from COVID-19, almost three-quarters are 65 years of age or older and 99% of those had pre-existing health conditions. The spread of the Cor

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