Thursday, June 10, 2010

Swift and Badger Paddles are headed to MEC Paddlefest!

Swift Canoe and Kayak will be at MEC Paddlefest this weekend! Come on out and paddle the Swift line of canoes and kayaks at Sunnyside Beach in Toronto Saturday and Sunday. As well, check out the Badger Paddles lineup and give them a try in the water.

AND - if you are one of the FIRST TEN PEOPLE to mention this post to Mike in our booth, you'll get a FREE Badger Paddle Sock! Quite simply, the best and easiest way to store and protect your paddle!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Getting to Algonquin during the G8

Anyone traveling to our Algonquin location or planning a trip into the Park during the week of June 21-28 will need to be aware of road closures and security measures happening as a result of the G8 Summit.

Reproduced from the Algonquin Park website.

G8 Summit in the Algonquin Park Area
G8 LogoOn June 25 & 26, 2010, the G8 Summit comes to the Algonquin Park Area. Leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States will be meeting at Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario.
Throughout the week of June 21 - 28, 2010, a number of internationally protected persons and accompanying very important persons will travel to the Huntsville area with a significant number of support staff to attend the G8 Summit.

As a result, sections of Highway 60 between Huntsville and Dwight (near Deerhurst Resort) will be restricted. Visitors heading to Algonquin Park through Huntsville must seek an alternate route.

At this time, no closures or restrictions within Algonquin Park are expected -- it is business as normal. All Park facilities and services are available during the G8, but travel to the Park along Highway 60 will be restricted. See the map below for comprehensive travel restrictions and alternate routes to Algonquin Park.

G8 Travel Restrictions Map
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