Paul's journey to Iqaluit in 1995 took him from his native Province of Quebec, to living in the Gatineau Hills, to the
Coast and Interior of British Columbia. As a lawyer representing Inuit organizations and taking on environmental and human rights
causes, Paul brings very rounded experience to his passion for guiding in remote areas. Paul has been running his own Canadian
Inuit dogs since 1996 and was a member of a successful, two-man, 12-dog expedition to the North Pole in 2000. Paul has guided
on Ellesmere and Baffin Island and has traveled extensively in the Canadian Eastern Arctic. He always shares his enthusiasm
for the Arctic with every person he travels with. Paul brings to his guiding his athleticism, which he developed over many
years of bicycle racing, cross-country ski racing, marathon speed-skate racing, mountaineering and ski touring.
Expeditions - Life Experiences
Member of the successful two-person, 12- dog, North Pole expedition: Huskies to the
Pole, In the Footsteps of Peary, in 2000.
Mt. Barbeau 2002
Co-guided a ski mountaineering expedition to climb Mt. Barbeau. At 8,900 feet,
it is the highest mountain east of the Rockies.
Co-guided a winter dog team traverse of Auyuittuq National Park.
Paul has traveled extensively by dog-team, including solo trips. He spent a month
traversing the Eastern coast of Ellesmere Island in 1996.
Mountain and Rock
Paul has mountaineered in Europe, South America and on the West Coast
of Canada. He has enjoyed numerous ski-mountaineering trips and powdered telemark descents.
Bikes, Skis and Skates
Paul raced internationally in cycling and was a national Canadian
champion and multiple championship medal winner. Paul has also skied and skated his way to numerous podiums.