Jill Heinerth Talks about Canadian Diving and our Cultural Heritage

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Scuba diving in Canada is possible from coast to coast; after all, Canada has thousands of lakes and rivers and more coastline than any other nation in the world. The Pacific waters off British Columbia, The Great Lakes of Ontario, the Nova Scotia coastline and the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland are a huge draw to divers from around the world.

Canada offers many marine species to discover, plenty of shipwrecks to admire, and we as Canadian divers are proud to give the world’s best cold water diving experience.

Jill Heinerth is presenting a talk about Canadian diving and our cultural heritage on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 7pm EDT on UnderwaterCanada.

Hosted by digital editor Alexandra Pope at YouTube.com/canadiangeographic

Please join the conversation so that we can make all Canadians aware of our amazing diving resources and heritage.


Thursday April 30, 2020 @ 7pm EDT





Jill Heinerth is a Canadian cave diver, underwater explorer, journalist, photographer and filmmaker. She has created television shows for PBS, National Geographic Channel and the BBC, worked on films for directors including James Cameron, published many books and created documentaries, including We Are Water, Into the Planet and Ben’s Vortex.



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