was born and raised in the wilds of Northern Ontario. Quetico Park was
his back yard and, as a youth, he paddled and portaged its historic
trails in search of fish and adventure. As an adult, in the uniform of
a Canadian Ranger, he traveled the remote country for the Ontario
Government, exploring and cutting portages into lakes where few people
had set foot before.
Dickson-Bud's son, grew up surrounded by canoeists and their stories of
their trips to Quetico country. It's no surprise that from his first
canoe trip with his parents at age 3, he was hooked. Since then, Jeremy
has spent a lifetime in the park guiding and exploring.
an outdoor background of bicycling, canoeing, hiking and fishing, Jim
finished his schooling in Forestry and returned to Quetico. A licensed
bush pilot, Jim has spent the last twenty-five years guiding, fishing
and paddling the Canadian canoe country.
Are Outdoor Enthusiasts
We Started Canoe Canada
Canada was established in 1974 on a personal service basis so that Bud
and Jim could share their knowledge of the Quetico wilderness country
with outdoor enthusiasts seeking real adventure and security in the
knowledge of excellent equipment and careful planning. Our commitment
to quality and our wilderness experience makes Canoe Canada's service
and Bud Dickson, and Pam and Jim Clark head an experienced staff of
trained people who extend the courtesy of northern Canada to you on