A Canada goose leads the way as Carol Ateah (left), Theresa Alexander, and the Elderkin family — Brian, Meghan and two-year-old Vincent — paddle along during the Paddle the Hope Slough event on Saturday. About 90 people registered and along the way they learned about the importance of the local waterway, talked about solutions, and picked up some trash. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

PHOTO: Canada goose leads the way on slough tour in Chilliwack

About 90 people took part in the Paddle the Hope Slough event

A Canada goose leads the way as Carol Ateah (left), Theresa Alexander, and the Elderkin family — Brian, Meghan and two-year-old Vincent — paddle along during the Paddle the Hope Slough event on Saturday.

About 90 people registered and along the way they learned about the importance of the local waterway, talked about solutions, and picked up some trash.

READ MORE: Paddle down the Hope Slough in a kayak or canoe


 

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