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A Walk Amongst the Ghost Gear: My Personal Encounter with One of the World’s Biggest Pollutants

August 3, 2022|Categories: About|Tags: , |

By Draco Dunphy As I strolled through lush forest, one bright and sunny day,  I chanced upon a barachois– a pool where river meets the bay. And much to my confusion, moreover to my [...]

Ocean Frontier 2022: “Addressing pressing issues from the ocean-climate nexus”

June 24, 2022|Categories: About|

By: Kayla Hamelin BACKGROUND   From May 15-19, ocean enthusiasts from around Atlantic Canada and around the world gathered in Halifax / K’jipuktuk for the Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI) 2022 conference (link: OFI [...]

From Mountains to Marine Parks: How Parks Canada is Fostering Ocean Literacy From the Inside Out | Des parcs des montagnes aux parcs marins: Comment Parcs Canada favorise la connaissance de l’océan à l’intérieur même de l’organisation

April 26, 2022|Categories: About|

By: Carter McNelly (La version française suit ci-dessous) This blog was adapted from a Parks Canada article with new contributions from Ariane Shaw, Jessica Lambert, Noémie Roy, and Veronick Gagnon. One of the nine [...]

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