Campfire Conversation with POW Canada - Hosted by BUFF

A happily animated  group dressed for winter weather stands around a gas fire pit discussing a topic.

Join POW Canada athlete Haley Daniels, around the fire pit to learn about her experience in the field throughout her travel and her observations on climate change impacting the places she explores. Learn why she decided to join POW Canada and how she's involved in POWC Hot Planet Cool Athlete Program and the impact on younger generations.

This event, hosted by and also featuring some giveaways from BUFF, takes place outside at the gas fire pits on the Jenny Belzberg Theatre patio, please dress appropriately for the weather. Although this free event takes place outside, bring a mask and please allow for social distancing.


Haley Daniels

Haley’s story began with a paddle in her hand and a smile on her face. She grew up exploring Canadian rivers on canoe trips with her family and quickly fell in love with the thrill of fast-moving water and the hidden places it took her. Haley’s been at the forefront of gender equality reform to push for equal opportunity in sport. As the multiple Canadian champion in women’s whitewater slalom canoeing and Pan Am Games Bronze Medalist, she’s pioneering a legacy towards Tokyo where women’s canoeing will make its debut in the Olympics. When Haley isn’t paddling, you can find her running trails, skiing down mountains, or biking on roads and ridges to take in all the outdoors has to offer.

Athlete Hailey Daniels holds a paddle and smiles in a flash photo capturing water spray.