There are some options out there. Mitchell Paddles has a very nice one with a well reinforced laminated wood blade and wooden T-grip. The shaft is carbon. Both pieces fit into one of our canoe bags with the canoe. The thing sells in the US for $150. A much less fancy option is made by Mohawk. Its main attraction is that it is the best cheap paddle I know.
thank you for contributing to this forum. I happened to buy the cheap Grabner-paddle which serves very much as a spare-paddel (even in my ww-boat) in case something goes wrong and/or I really have to pack small.
You might like to know that I have written a short review on my "brandnew" 10 year old MadRiver-folding canoe in the Song-of-the-paddle Forum explaing how I purchased the boat. I am very pleased with it (except for one of the both nylon-endcaps which shows damage after four procedures of mounting and demounting the canoe).
P A D D E L B L O G - "Everyone must believe in something. I believe I'll go canoeing" Henry David Thoreau