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Atlantic Journal

Coverage of the TEAMS ON THE EDGE book launch and an interview with Shawn

CBC Radio – Central Morning Show

Newfoundland Adventurer to Amazon’s Bestseller List

July 17, 2013

NTV Evening News

Shawn is interviewed on new book TEAMS ON THE EDGE

July 16, 2013

CBC Radio – Radio Noon

Teams on the Edge

July 16, 2013

“Shawn Stratton knows what it’s like to be responsible for a group of people in dangerous and uncertain circumstances.”


Adventures in learning and leadership

July 13, 2013

It’s 3:30 p.m., deep in the Himalayan mountain range just west of India’s second highest peak, Nanda Devi, and I’m standing with my co-instructor listening to a strange, moaning sound. It seems to be coming from the drainage area sloping 300 feet upward away from our campsite.

CBC TV – Hear and Now

April 16, 2013

Skype interview with Boston marathon runner Shawn Stratton who was 200 metres from the finish line when two bombs exploded.


Follow your passion to success

September 27, 2008

“Shawn Stratton has long admired Toastmasters’ members who share their inspirational stories with others.”

CBC News

Shawn speaks on the benefits of wilderness education.

February 9, 2008


Home is where

September 10, 2006

“In starting a small business, St. John’s native Shawn Stratton has encountered a few more hurdles than your average budding entrepreneur.”


Doing What He Loves To Do

September 2003

“Shawn Stratton (BRec ‘98) has always had a passion for the outdoors but he never knew that this passion would eventually turn into a fulfilling and adventurous career…”


Scouting Helped Me Become a Full-Time Wilderness Instructor

February 2003

“Sean Stratton, a former Beaver, Cub, Scout and Venturer from the 1st Vanier Group (St. John’s, NL), makes his living by teaching people from all over the world how to enjoy the wilderness.”


St. John’s climber approached Canada’s summit

July 15, 2003

“Snow, ice and lots of wind — sound like a typical winter day in Newfoundland? Maybe so, but add to that altitudes of 14,000 feet and above, and 200 pounds of supplies on your back, and you’ve got Shawn Stratton’s dream vacation.”


St. John’s native teaches arctic survival skills

September 8, 2002

“Two weeks ago, St. John’s native Shawn Stratton found himself in a canoe at the edge of the Arctic Circle.”