CaNOE, the Canadian Network for Ocean Education, is a network for the advancement of ocean literacy in Canada. At CaNOE, we link our diverse members with best practices to chart a course towards a sustainable future for Canadians that includes ocean education. We connect Canadians from Arctic to Atlantic to Pacific coasts and everywhere in between who are working towards ocean literacy—and we’re as much about celebrating current efforts as we are about moving the ball forward.
Author Kathy Dowsett
Dive Source Scuba is located at 423 Bloor St. W. in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, right in the in the middle of Durham Region and is actually visible from Highway 401.
Last seen off 40 Mile Point in northern Lake Huron, the 308’ Clifton was reported to be taking on water over her decks, but “making good weather of it”. Capt. Cunning and the crew of the Tug Favorite became the last people to see the Steamer Clifton as she sailed into oblivion, and into Great Lakes history.
We are hosting a SCUBA challenge on May 12. Divers of all levels will face off in teams against each other and the clock, as they complete a series of underwater challenges that conclude with a quiz while hovering.
Feb. 28, 2018 is a date to remember in dive history. At the Joyce Fromson Pool, at the University of Manitoba, the first ever underwater seminar was held. Professor Popsicle, aka Gordon Giesbrecht, Management Professor of Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation spearheaded this presentation.
The Rothesay was built in St John, New Brunswick, and was a 193-foot wooden paddle boat. The Rothesay was used to carry passengers between Montreal, Quebec and Brockville, Ontario.
For centuries, the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes have shaped the story of Canada. The Descending team of Scott Wilson and Andre Dupuis takes a trip through history and visits the world’s best collection of freshwater shipwrecks to discover what makes this water so great.
CETATEK Products Inc. introduces their abs binding-system, a unique fusion of aquatic hybrid boots, aquatic bindings and interchangeable modular fin blades.
Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association (CHAA) Aircraft Recovery Team is hosting a four-part course on Side Scan Sonar starting at 10 AM on Sunday, April 22 at The Dive Academy in Oakville. Active CHAA members are invited to the course at no cost.