Survive the Canadian Wilderness
by, Brandon Turner
Chains and a good quality metal shovel should always be carried. Add additional clothing and equipment needed by the average number of passengers you carry.
survival kit in a water bottle
This small Survival Kit is based around a likely Spring or Fall Scenario; you go out Hiking, Hunting or taking Photos and it Snows causing you to get Stranded.
Dressing for the cold
When active keep comfortable cold to prevent sweating, and when inactive use enough insulation to be comfortable warm.
Surviving in the Wilderness
We, for the most part, don’t envision our death or serious physical/mental injury as the outcome of a camping trip, or fishing excursion, or snowmobile outing, or canoe expedition.
15 Critical Survival Items
The 15 Critical Survival Items is a List of Survival Items that can Help your Survival in the Canadian Wilderness.
Breakdown of Survival Situations
We are often asked at BWI how we Breakdown or Categorize Survival Situations. We have used this breakdown for over 2 Decades and believe it the most appropriate in use.
Survival TV vs. Reality
This philosophy is very much at odds with Survival Television that needs to make a Survival Situation dangerous, scary, and very stressful so that its audience is entertained.
Canada’s boreal forest is central to the country’s natural environment, history, culture and economy. Canada respects and looks after its boreal forest in many ways, including by setting aside legally protected areas, conducting scientific research and monitoring the state of the forests.
What is Bushcraft
Bushcraft or Bushcraft Survival is the combination of Modern Wilderness Survival and useful Primitive Survival Techniques.