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THANK YOU, FROM THE CANSO CREW, TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HELPED ALONG THE WAY.

The Canso might still be in its resting place along the shores of Sitidgi Lake, NWT if it wasn't for the extraordinary help from the following:

Fred Carmichael, of Inuvik, and the
Gwich'in Tribal Council for their
approval and support

Albert Frost for all his skill with a
snowmobile and knowledge
of the land

Shannon Burns, Terroza, Fairview
for use of the Yanmar

Kurt Wainman, Northwind Industies, Inuvik
for use of the Snow Cat

Tom Zubco, New North Network,
Inuvik - for help and support
with the logistics

NTCL - for providing the barge,
Inuvik to Hay River

Smith Wells, Capstan Hauling,
Grande Prairie, for trucking
Hay River to Fairview

Basnett Trucking, Ray Waters
and Shayne Currie for lifting the
wing in Fairview

Betty James, Dunvegan Inn, Fairview for her support and hostipality services

The Fairview Post, for excellent ongoing coverage
of the project

Keith Gerein, Edmonton Journal for both of his articles about the project which ran in associated newspapers across the country and around the world








Donna McElligott, with alberta@noon, CBC Radio for her excellent interview here in Fairview at the Canso shop, which was broadcasted last summer and re-broadcast at Christmas this year





Jim Matheson, of Pyrotek Aerospace & Heat Treat Processing in Abbotsford, BC, for the special heat treat of aluminum parts for the Canso

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THE FUTURE OF THE
CANSO BEGINS NOW!








Crossing Sitidgi Lake, NWT - about 20 kmDon Wieben and Albert Frost, our local guide, looking for the best route through the tundra to the Dempster HighwayFirst look at FNJE on the banks of Sitidgi Lake.Wildness workshop - getting ready to moveMoving across the tundra ever mindful of damage to the environment.Canso Crew at the Dempster Highway.NTCL Barge on the MacKenzie River heading for Hay River, NWT.