Welcome to Bushcraft Canada!
The best and most innovative outdoor and bushcraft products...brought to you from around the world
LOTS OF NEW LINES COMING SOON to bushcraftcanada
Bushcraft Canada is one of the few companys in the World to use biodegradable poly mailers and tape!
Bushcraft Canada has started to supply quite a few professional organizations, so i have started a scheme where we provide discounts for Armed forces,RCMP, POLICE, SAR, CONSERVATION Officers, Certain NGO's, any of you hard working straight shooting trappers and guides, up there in the white topped mountains.
Wild places are the bridges that span the great expanse between past and present...when all men were hunters....
A Word from the Owner
My name is Paul Robinson, owner of Bushcraftcanada. I am a hunter and rover of the mountains and forests here in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. I welcome you to sit down, grab a brew and browse our products. Everything is here on merit...tried, tested and approved, the very best Kag for the outdoors or the workplace.
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