2018 National Dialogue: Youth Empowering Youth

By: Rachael Bell-Irving Plastic is everywhere in our oceans and it’s going to take a deep, transformational change in humanity’s consciousness and activities regarding the oceans to ensure healthy, sustainable …

Dive into Ocean School!

By: Lucija Prelovec Growing up in the Greater Toronto Area, I found that no one really understood the ocean. They seemed surprised to hear Canada is an ocean nation or …

A Sargassum Summer

Until a few years ago, Sargassum, a free-floating brown seaweed that lives in the open ocean, was of very little interest to most scientists, and of no interest whatsoever to …

CaNOE Proposed Bylaws for vote at AGM July 14, 2018

Proposed New Bylaws of ​Canadian ​ Network for Ocean Education​ Society (the “Society”) based on new Model Bylaws (Societies Regulation 2015, Schedule 1) PART 1 – DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION Definitions 1.1 …

Scuba Critters from Nova Scotia

By Alisha Postma After hundreds of dives all around the world, it’s always nice to come home and dive in Canada. When it comes to dive-focused destinations, Canada is definitely not …

Kids – our next ocean superheroes

By Dr. Elaine Leung, Founder & Educator, Sea Smart I’ve been working as a marine biologist for over 15 years around the world studying threatened species for various governments, universities, …