Lifeguards keep their eyes trained on the beach so they can react quickly if someone is in danger. Still, there…
Author Kathy Dowsett
Recreational boating is a favourite pastime in Canada with between seven and nine million people enjoying Canadian waterways each year.…
Ecojustice issued the following statement about the federal government’s plans for reviewing Canada’s environmental laws to restore credibility to the environmental assessment process:
First-time visitors to Australia are often drawn to the big city attractions of Sydney and Melbourne or the fabulous beaches of Queensland’s Gold Coast. I’ve always had a soft spot for Adelaide in South Australia, a city built more on a human scale, where downtown can be easily navigated on bike, foot or tram. For me, Adelaide’s greatest attraction is a huge market right in the city’s center.
Join Aqua Spirit for this 8 day fantastic dive trip, taking place at Buddy Dive Resort, in Bonaire and improve your underwater photography skills. Personal guidance and assistance by UW photo expert Ran Mor.
Cradles of Glass is a primer on the glass cloud sponges of British Columbia Canada. These sponges are delicate organisms and are in dire need of protections.
Since production the 9 reef sites mentioned have received some protections and the BC Park reef has received full protections.
Buoyed by the success of its first PADI Women’s Dive Day last year the follow-up event will be held on July 16.
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) named Jill Heinerth, world famous Canadian cave diver, as its first Explorer-in-Residence to mark World Oceans Day today. “Exploration is in the DNA of the RCGS,” said John Geiger, CEO of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society. “We are so delighted to have Jill Heinerth in this new role. It is hard to imagine anyone who better embodies the courage and commitment of exploration.”
June 8 marks World Oceans Day, but what if we celebrated oceans every day? Covering more than 70 per cent of Earth’s surface, oceans, more than anything, define our small blue planet. We should celebrate their complex and vibrant ecosystems, life-sustaining services, calming effects and unimaginable diversity, much of which we have not yet even discovered.