The Regaldive Team have devised a cunning Easter Egg Hunt by hiding six Easter Eggs on the Regaldive website.
When the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency increased safety and environmental standards for cars in the 1970s, automakers responded. Although they had to adhere to the new rules, they didn’t base their entire response on safety or pollution concerns. Instead, they looked for loopholes.
The Maritime Museum of British Columbia hosts a Media Open House for the new featured exhibit A Whale’s Tale: The Incredible Story of British Columbia’s Changing Relationship with the Giants of the Deep.
Take a look at these latest international scuba diving travel offers from Diverse Travel.
Anishinaabe economist and writer Winona LaDuke identifies two types of economies, grounded in different ways of seeing. Speaking in Vancouver recently, she characterized one as an “extreme extractive economy” fed by exploitation of people and nature. The second is a “regenerative economy” based on an understanding of the land and our relationship to it.
The Niagara Divers’ Association will present its 24th Annual Shipwrecks Symposium on Saturday, April 7th, 2018, at Welland, Ontario
The Dominican Republic has long been considered a go to vacation spot for travelers looking to escape winter and enjoy…