Kim Sedore - B.A.(Hons.), M.A. History and Philosophy of Religion was born in the Newmarket Hospital, and then she was born again, before the age of 2, in a canoe. She has guided many many trips ranging from overnight to 50 days long, all over Ontario and into Quebec, with the Taylor Statten Camps. She has been a guide and the co-director of Camp Outlook in Kingston. She has led various camping and hiking trips in the Yukon through her work as a recreation programmer with Dawson City. She was co-ordinated youth-driven mapping initiatives in Vancouver’s east side. Her music, her writing, and her glass art are largely informed and inspired by her seasons in the bush, by her seasons in the city, by her studies in comparative religion.
Leslie Sedore - B.Comm., M.Div. has been paddling for 46 years. For the past 20 years, Leslie has been planning, guiding, and debriefing canoe trips for groups, young and old. The French River, Killarney, Algonquin Park, the Leslie Frost region and the Rideau Canal are all familiar routes. Leslie is a United Church minister and lives on the water at Jackson’s Point, Ontario. Leslie combines her love for nature and her reverence for the wild in her conversations on spirituality. She is an artisan weaver at her studio, River’s Edge Studio. Leslie is a positive enthusiast helping others discover and celebrate joy, beauty, and the creative pulse of life.
Both Kim and Leslie are committed to holding a high standard in risk management and, if need be, wilderness first aid.
National Lifeguarding Service (NLS)
White Water Rescue Technician Level I
ORCA Canoe Tripping Level III
Wilderness First Aid and CPR
We are also committed to having a great time with everyone. We’re really excited about this boat, the places we can all go and people we’ll meet. We are mom and daughter and this project is a project in its true sense: a projection of our spirits, our will, and a shared vision. Join us whenever you can – let’s share the good life on the water!