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A directory of organized and reviewed Instructional recreation, leisure and sports videos from various localities, places and parks across Canada.


Survival in the Ice - Part 3

Duration: 8 Minutes, 13 Seconds
Owner: lostlyricsSource: YouTube
Summary: Falling into the frozen water - Proper outerwear to keep you alive

Keywords: | Instructional | Snowmobiling | Survival |

Survival in the Ice - Part 1

Duration: 9 Minutes, 59 Seconds
Owner: lostlyricsSource: YouTube
Summary: Strategies for survival if you fall through the ice.

Keywords: | Cross Country Skiing | Instructional | Survival |

How to Choose and Buy a Kayak: Beginning Kayaking Lesson

Duration: 3 Minutes, 05 Seconds
Owner: Lloyd ReevesSource: Expert Village
Summary: Instructional Video on how to choose and Buy a Kayak

Keywords: | Instructional | Kayaking |

Canoe over canoe rescue on the black river

Duration: 2 Minutes, 00 Seconds
Owner: michaeltcoleSource: YouTube
Summary: A demonstration of how to do a canoe over canoe rescue. This rescue takes place on the Black River in Ontario

Keywords: | Canoeing | Instructional |

Golf Pro Lesson Steve Lee

Duration: 3 Minutes, 52 Seconds
Owner: clemshawSource: YouTube
Summary: Instructional Video featuring Steve Lee, Elite Junior Golfer at the Richmond Hill Golf Learning Centre.Shawn Clement, is Director of the Richmond Hill Golf Learning Centre and CPGA pro

Keywords: | Golfing | Instructional | Ontario | Richmond Hill |


Duration: 5 Minutes, 37 Seconds
Owner: livebaittvSource: YouTube
Summary: The Ontario Geocaching Association (OGA) is interviewed by Skinny about geocaching, an outdoor treasure hunt using GPS technology.

Individuals set up caches around the world and the locations of caches are shared on the internet. GPS users use the locations coordinates to find the caches. A cache provides visitors with a wide variety of treasures. Every visitor should take a treasure left behind by the previous hunter and leave behind something for the next cacher.

Keywords: | Geocaching | Instructional | Ontario | Hamilton |

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