Trevor Page


Manitoba, Canada

Trevor grew up running through the forests with Scouts, and completed a stint in the Army Reserve as a ‘young lad’. He left to explore the world a bit and learn at University but returned to the woods to become a professional wilderness guide, primarily leading backcountry canoe trips and dogsled expeditions. Then he taught others how to play safely in the bush as a Wilderness Safety and Survival Instructor in Manitoba, before moving to Inuvik in the Northwest Territories as the Visitor Safety and Fire Operations Coordinator for Parks Canada in the Western Arctic. In his spare time, he’s a member of the local Fire Department, Ground Search and Rescue, and Civil Air Search and Rescue Association or Coast Guard Auxiliary – unless he’s at home reading about the things he teaches.

Certifications & Education:
  • WFR
  • WRT
  • Paddle Canada Instructor
  • Manitoba Hunter Safety Instructor
  • Canada Firearms Safety Instructor
  • First Aid Instructor (Red Cross)
  • Adventure Recreation & Parks Technician Diploma with Honours (Sault College)
  • Associate of Arts Degree Global Stewardship (Capilano University)

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