Photos By David Jackson

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

November 9, 2017

Does it go? The Bridge Rapid in downtown Dolbeau, Quebec, is a big dog rapid and a right of passage for the paddlers who challenge Northern rivers in spring.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

October 26, 2017

Looking on at some of the biggest waves on offer during Stakeout in Ontario.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

October 12, 2017

Local Zapatista’s to the Agua Azul work to clear paths and facilitate Rey Del Rio action. The Mexican Tourism board brought 25 of the worlds best paddlers to compete in a head to head race on a public section of the Agua Azul.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

September 28, 2017

The late Juan Antonio De Ugarte on drop number one at Sept Chutes outside of Quebec City, QC. The water was very high and Juan styled the line with ease. The waterfalls are illegal to run, but there were no tickets issued on this day.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

September 14, 2017

History is always on display in Bill Miller’s workshop. His grandfather built the barn in 1925 and as Bill would assure you “my grandfather could walk in and grab the tool he needs, nothing’s changed.”

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

January 19, 2017

Mike Ranta on the Ottawa River outside of Canada’s capital in the early morning before continuing downstream on his solo, single season traverse of Canada from West to East.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

January 5, 2017

Joel Kowalski looks at the first, but unrunnable, rapid on the Sept Chutes section outside of Quebec City, QC.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

December 22, 2016

Miller Canoes were designed to transport sport up and down the shallow, fast rivers of New Brunswick. The canoes are flat bottomed so the guide could stand and, almost effortlessly, pole up and down sections of rivers.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

December 8, 2016

Wildfire smoke from Washington State made for a spooky paddle on Banff National Park’s Hector Lake.

Photo of the Day | David Jackson

November 24, 2016

Bill Miller heads toward the Tobique River near Nictau, New Brunswick. Mr. Miller was born and raised on the Tobique and takes a great deal of pride paddling boats which he makes.