The places, people and parts that make the Voyageur so special.

Acasta Gneiss Stone
"In this unprecedented guitar you will find, among other things, pieces of one of Pierre Trudeauуs canoe paddles, a 3.96-billion-year-old piece of stone (Acasta gneiss), a piece of Wayne Gretzkyуs hockey stick, part of the handle of Joe Labobeуs championship oyster-shucking knife, a piece of gold from Rocket Richardуs Stanley Cup Ring 1955п56, a section of the bar from the restaurant on Prince Edward Island where the song рSnowbirdс was first performed by songwriter Gene Maclellan, and a piece of First Nation pipe stone."

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