I’m spending my day at CTV, celebrating James Cameron and Joe Macinnis’ upcoming event in Ottawa. The two will share an intimate talk about their friendship and work in deep sea exploration on Tuesday. It will be televised live on CTV and CP24 from 3-4pm on July 18. If you want to see James Cameron’s sub, it is part of our PRESSURE exhibit at @50Sussex the headquarters of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. The exhibit is open from Tues-Sat from noon to 5pm and is free. Beyond the exploration of the deep, the exhibit also features freshwater systems, and some of my work in the Ottawa River caves. Visitors can trace their connections to the ocean on a giant floor map enlivened with AR technology.Jill Heinerth
Royal Canadian Geographical Society
For 90 years, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society has been educating Canadians and the rest of the world about Canada.
The Society, best known for its magazine Canadian Geographic, also supports Canadian geographical expeditions and provides grants and scholarships for cutting-edge geographical research.
The Society’s vision is to assist Canadians in charting a successful future by encouraging a better understanding of Canada’s geography — its diverse human and physical landscapes — as well as the changes affecting its people and the environment.