Lake Simcoe to Georgian Bay

Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching are the largest lakes on the Trent Severn waterway. Both are long time cottage destinations in the heart of...

Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe

It was 1833 when the first lock in what would eventually become the Trent Severn Waterway was opened between Pigeon and Sturgeon Lakes. It...

Georgian Bay

It’s known within Canada as the sixth Great Lake. Abroad, mention Georgian Bay and boaters will tell you that they’ve heard tell it’s the...

Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario could easily be described as an infinite playground for recreational boaters. Whatever your passion – from trailer boating and fishing, to crewing...

Lake Huron

The towns and ports along the Lake Huron shoreline are collectively referred to as Ontario’s West Coast. Stand on the shore of any one...

The Rideau Canal and Ottawa Rivers

Recognized in 2008 as a World Heritage Site, the Rideau Canal continues to be a first-class cruising destination. Linked with the Lower Ottawa River,...

ST. LAWRENCE RIVER AND THE 1000 ISLANDS

The St. Lawrence River and 1000 Islands region draws thousands of boaters each season because it’s unlike any other waterway in Canada. Scattered islands,...

The North Channel

The North Channel is that unspoiled body of water that lies on the north shore of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. In the shadows...

Friday Harbour Update – New Marina Now Flooded

The largest new in-land marina in North America is now flooded at the new Friday Harbour Resort development on Lake Simcoe. Watch a short aerial...

Trent Severn Waterway Receives Major Investment

The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of the Environment and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, has announced infrastructure investments totalling more than $285 million across...

Muskoka and The Haliburton Highlands

Thirteen million years ago, glaciers scraped gouges and strips into the granite base that has evolved into the beautiful lakes and rivers of Muskoka....

BC’s SPROAT LAKE REGATTA: history revisited with modern power

By Karly Blats, Special to Power Boating Canada Drag boat racing on central Vancouver Island in British Columbia is taking off—as it once did many...