Locomotive’s sinking adds bizarre twist to Superior’s legend

Lake Superior has claimed a big toll of those who have challenged its fierce storms, icy waters and great depths. Most of its disasters involve ships. A few are aircraft pilots who come to grief over-flying the lake. But a freight train locomotive and its boxcars plunging off a rocky cliff into the lake may be unprecedented.


Reclaiming The Deep: Solving the Riddle of Nitrogen Narcosis

Nitrogen narcosis is one of the most common dangers of deep sea diving and despite decades of study, it remains poorly understood. However, advances in science and engineering mean that researchers are on the cusp of new discoveries. In this teaser for a full-length documentary, we take a glimpse at the ongoing work of scientists in their effort to reclaim the deep.


Brockville Dive Report: 18 Aug – 20 August 2017

This weekend we will be seeing sun and slightly cooler temperatures through the weekend. At least that’s according to the weather man. Water levels are slowly starting to go down so we may not be wading in water on the docks.


Wildfires are a climate change wake-up call

Wildfires are sweeping B.C. Close to 900 have burned through 600,000 hectares so far this year, blanketing western North America with smoke. Fighting them has cost more than $230 million — and the season is far from over.


Project AWARE Evening at NZ Sea Adventures

Join the Team at NZ Sea Adventures for a FREE Project AWARE Specialty evening on the 12th of October.  All divers and curious Non-divers are welcome with an optional certification counting towards a PADI Master Scuba Diver rating for just $55.


Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association (CHAA) Presents Two New Courses

The Canadian Harvard Association Aircraft Recovery Team is hosting two new courses on the topic of Aviation Archaeology as it relates to the marine environment. The courses are for novice and professionals interested in Marine Archaeology, conservation methods of artifacts and using your digital camera to 3D model artifacts and sites.


Chasing Coral

Coral reefs are disappearing at an unprecedented rate around the world. A select team of divers, photographers and scientists set out to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.


Your Dream Job is One Giant Stride Away

Ocean Frontiers Offers Instructor Development Course in Grand Cayman. Well known IDC educator brings his teaching style to the warm Caribbean waters and customized teaching facilities at East End.

From The Blog

0 Christmas Greetings from The Scuba News Canada

In scuba diving, there are many things to be grateful for, such as the trip to that must-see shipwreck, a newly discovered shipwreck, or the underwater world of corals and colourful reef fish. Also, there is diving with a group every week and adding another “log entry.”