A scuba diver from Vernon, British Columbia, who disappeared from waters near Puerto Vallarta, is the object of a search involving boats, helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.
Author Kathy Dowsett
What do we really know about nature and geography surrounding us? What do we know about rivers and the fresh water source we depend on? Do we really think we have explored it all?
October 25, 2017 marks the 99th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Princess Sophia, a Victoria-based vessel that transported passengers up the coast to Skagway, Alaska, with several community stops along the way.
Drew Nageleisen followed his father into diving. “My dad was a diver in the early ‘60s. I always wanted to do it,” says Nageleisen, of Kitchener. After getting his open water certification in 2012, his passion for the underwater world soon morph into a career in the sport. He bought out his partner and became the sole owner of TriCity Scuba Centre in Kitchener.
Bisaro Anima, near Fernie, British Columbia, is believed to be Canada’s deepest cave. Unsurprisingly, that attracted Calgary explorers to map and study the cave.
We are trying to change the consciousness of the Canadian people, and awaken them to the fact that almost half of their country is underwater, and it needs exploration, and management, and understanding. I do dramatic things to draw attention to the fact that we need this kind of exploration. We need to have young Canadians involved in this kind of challenge, and what better way to be able to do it than to pick the pinnacle of diving that is the North Pole
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The life cycle of wild Pacific Salmon and their age old relationship with the Tseshaht First Nation. This video will be screened In New York on October 2018.
AquaMermaid is the newest, hottest swimming school. When Marielle Chartier Hénault, the founder decided to bring her mermaid dream and passion for swimming into a mermaid school, she envisioned a positive-energy, colourful, inspiring alternative to the traditional swimming clubs across town. Six months later, AquaMermaid is drawing a diverse group of members of all ages, genders and swimming levels.
This is a two masked wooden schooner built (estimate) in the 1800’s. Length of this shipwreck is 94 feet and is located in 110 feet of water. Located in Lake Ontario, the Tiller’s position is approximately 6 km north of Port Dalhousie. The wreck sits upright.