Diving in the Arctic

Getting Our Feet Wet

We woke to a cold morning, overcast and rain trying to be snow. Our dive gear was still crammed in coolers, so the first part of the morning was spent unpacking, and then re-assembling regulators, buoyancy comp...

A Pint-Sized Marine Biologist

Many kids ask for a pet, but the care for the animal usually ends up becoming the parent’s responsibility. Not so for Max Bercovitz, the precocious 10 year old who is being mentored by Dave Carlson, the Vanc...

Welcome to Our Topsy-Turvy World

Take a look at this photo. Does anything look a little “off” to you? It’s amazing how many visitors don’t notice the most noticeable thing in our new Teck Connections Gallery. The gigantic globe hanging f...

Narwhal 2014: Elusive Whales

We are well into our narwhal research trip and… no sight of narwhals. Should they have ventured by our camp outside of Grise Fiord, Nunavut I would have seen them early this morning because there was no wind an...