La descente de l'Harricana d'Amos Γ  la Baie James

May 20 ,2021

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En collaboration avec Louise Bédard et François Ruph

Forfaits πŸ’°
Table de 4 : 40$
Table de 2 : 20$
Webdiffusion : 5$

In French 

The Harricana River, James Bay, a blue line on the map of Abitibi that rises towards a mythical North, that of the Cree and Inuit. Paul Lemay, an experienced canoeist and François Ruph, a confirmed adventurer but a novice when it comes to canoeing, have been dreaming about it for the past year. Choice of four other partners, study of topographical maps, collection of the few available information, on June 25, 1972, the three canoes filled with baggage are launched under the Amos Bridge. The presentation follows, in pictures, the day-by-day journey of more than 500 kilometers of pleasure and suffering, pitfalls and adventures, interspersed with potentially dramatic incidents.
This show is available in theatres and by webcast.

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