Canoe builders in Canada are varied in a number of ways. There are large mass production manufacturers and custom individual builders.
The materials used range from the original birch bark to high tech composites.

I have tried to show as wide a range as possible within provincial boundaries.

Please be aware that there are canoe builders out there that do not have a website, and therefore are not included here.

Use these symbols for a general idea of what each "canoe builder" does:
Repairs/restorations: repair restore rebuild canoe         Do it yourself Kits/Instruction: do it yourself canoe plans instruction        Paddle Makers: 

New canoes using:     Wood/Canvas: wood canvas canoe      Kevlar: kevlar canoe       Polyethylene: polyethylene canoe        Royalex: royalex abs canoe
Fibreglass: fibreglass, fiberglass canoe        Cedar Strip: cedar strip canoe        Polyester Dacron: polyester dacron canoe        Birch Bark: birch bark canoe,


Canoe Shelburne     repair restore rebuild canoe  


Great Spirit Canoes          

Miller Canoes       


Esquif Canoes     

Camp Nominingue Canoes       

Joe River Canoes     

Abitibi Canoes & Kayaks         


Red River Canoe & Paddle     


Maskwa Paddles     


North Woods Canoe          


Clipper Canoes         

Copper Canyon Canoe     

Kettle River Canoes          

West Country Canoes          


Ashes Stillwater Boats         

Beach Marine         

Bearwood Canoe Company         

Brackley Boats       

Buckhorn Canoe Company       

Canadian Canoes           

Carrying Place Canoe Works            

Fermon Canoes     

Fletcher Canoes     

Hurley Canoe Company       

Kijik Canoe Company       

Langford Canoes            

Lost in the Woods Boatworks         

Nova Craft Canoe         

Old Delta Canoe Works          

Pulaski Boats        

Ruch Canoes     

Scott Canoe         

Spencer Canoe Company       

Swift Canoe Company       

Temagami Canoe Company       

Voyageur Canoes           

Wood River Canoe Company