Stacey Arppe is a staff member of The Canadian Canoe Museum. She joined the museum in 2012 from the Heart and Stroke Foundation, where she held the position of Program Manager. Her past roles include Outdoor Education Instructor and Wilderness Guide at Project Canoe, Nipika Mountain Resort, Camp Kandalore and Boundless Adventures. She has an instructor level membership with ORCKA, as well as professional memberships with the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association and Therapeutic Recreation Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of PhysEd (Outdoor Adventure Leadership) from Laurentian University, and both a Masters in Environmental Studies (specializing in Adventure Therapy) and an Environmental Sustainability & Education diploma from York University.
Q: What are the paddler’s responsibilities when it comes to engagement of aboriginal communities through which we travel?
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