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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-04-2015, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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TVO Great Canadian Rivers

Nice historical piece on the Margaree River on TVO just on, lots of other rivers throughout Canada are covered. Nice mix of scenery, history of region and modern concerns

http://tvo.org/program/120114/great-...-rivers?page=2
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Looks like it is restricted to Canadian viewers only...says "We're sorry, the video you're trying to watch cannot be viewed from your current geographic location due to rights restrictions."
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I remember this series. There are some amazing rivers featured: the Yukon (my home river), along with the Skeena, Exploits, Missinabi, Stikine, Snake, French - ah heck they are all amazing. A real joy of living in Canada is that pretty much anywhere you go there is an amazing piece of water...

Thanks for the link. I'm going to watch a bunch of these (and, why not its currently -31 outside...).
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It was a fantastic series. Always looked forward to the weekly release of them.

I believe they did the Nahanni as well. As a canoeist it's by far the most amazing river in the World. Fishing sucks on it though unless you fish an inflow from a tributary or paddle up to a side lake. Lakers and grayling are plentiful.
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