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Leading an expedition of kayakers into St. Anthony on Monday afternoon was Serge Savard of Chicoutimi. Savard is the president of the kayaking club Chinook. They visit Newfoundland and Labrador every year, paddling over the seas along the coast. The group had landed in an area, known as ‘Aunt Mary-Ann’s Cove’ to St. Anthony locals, and later departed, continuing their journey to Quirpon and L’Anse aux Meadows, and onwards. The kayakers with him were from Canadian cities as far away as Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary. They had departed ahead of Savard.
Leading an expedition of kayakers into St. Anthony on Monday afternoon was Serge Savard of Chicoutimi. Savard is the president of the kayaking club Chinook. They visit Newfoundland and Labrador every year, paddling over the seas along the coast. The group had landed in an area, known as ‘Aunt Mary-Ann’s Cove’ to St. Anthony locals, and later departed, continuing their journey to Quirpon and L’Anse aux Meadows, and onwards. The kayakers with him were from Canadian cities as far away as Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary. They had departed ahead of Savard.

Leading an expedition of kayakers into St. Anthony on Monday afternoon was Serge Savard of Chicoutimi. Savard is the president of the kayaking club Chinook. They visit Newfoundland and Labrador every year, paddling over the seas along the coast.

The group had landed in an area, known as ‘Aunt Mary-Ann’s Cove’ to St. Anthony locals, and later departed, continuing their journey to Quirpon and L’Anse aux Meadows, and onwards. The kayakers with him were from Canadian cities as far away as Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary. They had departed ahead of Savard.

The group had landed in an area, known as ‘Aunt Mary-Ann’s Cove’ to St. Anthony locals, and later departed, continuing their journey to Quirpon and L’Anse aux Meadows, and onwards. The kayakers with him were from Canadian cities as far away as Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary. They had departed ahead of Savard.

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