by Patrick Wells The ocean is a significant part of Newfoundland and Labrador cultures. Ocean knowledge develops in school and through informal settings such as field trips, family stories, the …
Ocean Literacy in Canada
Welcome to the Canadian Network for Ocean Education!
CaNOE exists to assist with the advancement of ocean literacy in Canada
Become a member of CaNOE and join educators, scientists, citizens and institutions who wish to increase regional and national understanding of our ocean and help Canada keep pace with international efforts in ocean literacy.
Members have access to:
- Canada-wide network of over 500 scientists, teachers & marine education enthusiasts
- The ocean literacy framework
- Monthly newsletter
- Upcoming events
- Ocean literacy conference
- Issues and ideas blog
July 13-15, 2018
Marine Institute of Memorial University
St. John’s, Newfoundland
Be a part of the development of a uniquely Canadian perspective on Ocean Literacy.
Ocean Literacy Issues and Ideas
Latest Blog Posts
By Rachel Skubel When someone asks me this question – what will climate change mean for sharks – I feel the need to start off with a caveat. There are more …
By Patrick Wells, High School Biology Teacher and Memorial University Ph.D. student The NMEA Annual Conference was in a word, incredible. The hosts of the conference, SCMEA, are commended for organizing …