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Coastal Foraging

By: Bryan Martin With empty shelves at the grocery store and rising food prices, many parts of Canada saw a huge increase in hobby gardeners last year. Living in eastern …

My growing relationship with the ocean

By: Natasha Jackson-Drouin We humans are inherently relational beings. We rely on the relationship to our kin from the very start and build on those and other relationships throughout our …

Whale Talk: Orca Communication and Dialect

By: Holly George             Signaling and communication is a fundamental and critical function for most, if not all, species on earth. Now more than ever, we as humans are realizing …

Ocean Bridge Learning Journeys

Ocean Bridge connects Canadian youth from coast to coast to coast empowering them to make a difference towards ocean conservation. Started in 2018, Ocean Bridge youth spend the year completing …

Oyster Farming and Ocean Care

By: Eli Lusty In abundant times, oysters were a staple – not a delicacy. It is said that in young New York city, before the flourishing oyster beds were reduced …

The National Ocean Literacy Conversation

By: Kayla Hamelin A swell of support for ocean literacy in Canada over the past several years, including efforts led by CaNOE, contributed to the establishment of the Canadian Ocean …

Down Stream Without a Paddle

By: Tineasha Brenot Nestled in the heart of Central Ontario, Fleetwood Creek runs through a rolling landscape of eskers and kames. Deep, well-connected forests create a picturesque scene in every …