Scott Parent: On Andrew Trudeau and Georgian Bay

Date: February 14
12 – 1pm
Cost: Free! Registration Required

Join us to explore the continued impact of Andrew Trudeau’s extraordinary drawings through the eyes of his grandson, Scott Parent. Parent will share how his upbringing on Georgian Bay has informed his career and how the life and teachings of his grandfather continues to influence and inspire his work as a paddler photographer and filmmaker.  

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Scott Parent is a paddler, photographer, and filmmaker from Penetanguishene now living on the Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula, Georgian Bay. He devotes his work to clean water advocacy with a focus on present day environmental challenges the Great Lakes are facing, in hopes of preserving and promoting clean water for our future generations.   

In July 2019 Scott paddled from Drummond Island, MI, USA to Penetanguishene, ON CA with his 9-year-old daughter, tandem on a 14′ Expedition SUP, to retrace their ancestral migration route of the Georgian Bay Métis Community of 1828.