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Paul Grey

author image Paul Grey was born in Nanaimo in 1951. His family has lived in Nanaimo and area for well over 100 years. He teaches at Coal Tyee Elementary School situated above the Northfield mining shaft his father worked as a young man. In 1993 Paul won the local Prime Minister’s Awards for an environmental teaching project with his Grade 3 students. Three years later he won a provincial level Prime Minister’s Award. In 1997 he won a Royal Bank fellowship to Queen’s University in Ontario for his work in Information Technology. Paul has worked on several science projects with the Mid Island Science & Technology Council (MISTIC). He has been recognized for his outstanding science work and received a lithograph as the outstanding science teacher of BC in 1999. Paul has written four books including Easykayaker: a Guide to Laid-back Vancouver Island Paddling and Kayaking Vancouver Island: Great Trips from Port Hardy to Victoria. Paul is a co-founder of the Wave Publications Cooperative.


Book Cover Easykayaker: A Guide to Laid-back Vancouver Island Paddling
978-0-9687858-1-2 · 0-9687858-1-6 · February 2002 · Paperback
CAD$24.95 · USD$24.95
An excellent guide for planning family trips or for those who want to experience the soothing leisure of kayaking.
Book Cover Easykayaking Basics: A Paddling Handbook for the Pacific Northwest
978-1-55017-309-3 · 1-55017-309-X · April 2004 · Paperback
CAD$16.95 · USD$16.95
Friendly and accessible, this handy reference is essential for anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals of this sport, from those just starting out to those comfortable riding the currents.
Book Cover Kayaking Vancouver Island: Great Trips from Port Hardy to Victoria
978-1-55017-318-5 · 1-55017-318-9 · April 2003 · Paperback
CAD$24.95 · USD$24.95
Combine the wild beauty of its fjords and beaches with the reassuring proximity of civilization, and it's no wonder Vancouver Island is the most popular kayaking destination in the world.