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Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast

The Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast is a Monthly Podcast created to help explain Outdoor Survival, as well as highlighting some of the real challenges we face learning, practicing, and teaching in the Canadian Wilderness. Each seasons will be a mixture of overview episodes, specific skill based podcasts, and interviews with Survival Instructors and experts in various aspects of Outdoor Survival & Outdoor Education in Canada.
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May 16, 2017

In Episode #17 we discuss Getting Found and we look at what we can do to get rescued quicker when stranded in the Canadian Wilderness, at various Satellite Based Signalling Devices, and how we can actually increase the time need to get rescued by following what we see on Survival TV.

Apr 12, 2017

In Episode #16 I Interview Survival & Bushcraft Instructor Kelly Harlton and we Discuss Survival Skill Development & the 4th Skill. This Episode has a focus on understanding why we need to learn to Think Outside the Box, be Adaptable, to Improvise and to Live Without.

Mar 13, 2017

In Episode #15 we discuss Survival without the Misery and we look at how we can live comfortably without being miserable when stranded in the Northern Forests or Mountains of Canada with a little preparation and planning and a few well-chosen Critical Survival Items.

Feb 13, 2017

In Episode #14 we discuss Prepping for Survival and we look at why and how we should prepare for all types of Survival Situations, both short and long term and look at some of the implications of not properly preparing and/or not understanding the value of family, community, technology, and real skills needed in that community for your long-term survival.

Jan 23, 2017

In Episode #13 we discuss Dressing to Survive and we look at outdoor clothing technology and why and how we should Dress to Survive when we are stranded in the Canadian Wilderness.

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