- ONC partnership is finalized
- Membership drive, membership grows to 584
- CaNOE is represented at SeaChange event, Paris, World Water Week, Stockholm, Canada’s Ocean toward 2020 Conference, Royal Ontario Museum
- CaNOE to be a a part of an AORA working group on ocean literacy
- The Canadian Ocean Literacy Coalition (COLC) is formed
- CaNOE Conference 2018: Navigating Canadian Ocean Literacy St. John’s NL July 13-15, 2018, Keynotes from Wendy Watson-Wright and Diz Glithero
- An art piece was commissioned by CaNOE by Hjalmer Wenstob, who specializes in sculpture and carving, and is Nuu-Chah-Nulth from Tia-O-Qui-Aht First nation on his fathers side and Norwegian and English on his Mothers side. Raised in Barkley Sound in Huu-ay-aht territory on the West side of Vancouver Island
- The design: Salmon are very important for the Nuu-Chah-Nulth peoples as well as other first nations peoples in the Pacific Northwest. An important food source that remind us of our connections across wide expanses of oceans and rivers through their migratory paths as well as the importance to the circle of life.
- The paddle art shows the life cycle of the salmon represented through the fish egg on the handle
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