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Family fun at the Vancouver Aquarium this fall

Family Fun Mornings at the Vancouver Aquarium

The days are starting to get cooler as summer is slowly coming to an end. To celebrate the beginning of fall, we’ve introduced Family Fun Mornings at the Aquarium with lots of fun things to see and do for young budding aquatic explorers – and grownups too! To start your morning off right, we’re offering free Salt Spring Island regular coffee in our Café for a limited time from 10 am until 11 am daily. Don’t forgetContinue Reading: Family Fun Mornings at the Vancouver Aquarium

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More than Just a Work Experience Program

As part of the high school curriculum in British Columbia students must complete a minimum amount of work experience hours to help prepare them for the workplace and give them a start on building those all-important career networks. Over theContinue Reading: More than Just a Work Experience Program

Food security public program at the Vancouver Aquarium

Securing Food for our Future

Last night, we went to one of our favourite grocery stores and stocked up on food; I think we have about a month’s worth of food supplies now. What would have happened if we weren’t able to go to theContinue Reading: Securing Food for our Future

B.C. Cetaceans Sightings Network

Summer’s Almost Over but the Sightings Network Still Needs Your Help!

Many of us try to spend as much of the summer by the ocean as possible: sunning on the shore, riding the waves, or setting sail. That’s the main reason that the B.C. Cetacean Sightings Network experiences a bump inContinue Reading: Summer’s Almost Over but the Sightings Network Still Needs Your Help!

Chef Ned Bell returns home to Vancouver

Welcome Home Ned!

On July 1, 2014, Executive Chef Ned Bell from the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, set off from St. John’s, Newfoundland on an 8,700 kilometre bike ride across the country to help raise awareness on the issues surrounding sustainable seafood.  InContinue Reading: Welcome Home Ned!