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Albertans paddle their canoe to Haida Gwaii!

Captain Ted Bentley and his crew of Alberta paddlers took just 8 hours to cross the daunting north coast Hecate Strait in a canoe!! The eight canoeists paddled their 29-foot boat to Haida Gwaii from Prince Rupert. It's a temperamental, often stormy strait.  And they made the trip just as quickly as a BC Ferry. Daybreak's Leisha Grebinski caught up with the canoe's captain in Montreal, after he'd just paddled the St. Lawrence river. 

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