Universal Language of Shoreline Cleanups

Does a shoreline cleanup in a different country speak a different language? We had the unique opportunity to connect with cleanup teams in Spain and Sweden to find out. We begin in Spain where Dolf DeJong, V...

Pokémon Go: A Love for All Animals

The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is home to over 50,000 aquatic creatures and growing — Pokémon Go has thrown some new cool critters in the mix. Most of you bitten by the Pokémania bug have already ...

Saving the “Little Cow”

Most people might guess that the most endangered marine mammal would be the blue whale, or perhaps the narwhal, or other well-known endangered species. But, in fact the most endangered marine mammal on Earth is...

10 Years Of Empowering Cleanup Volunteers

It’s been 10 years since I began working with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and in that time I’ve worn many different hats and experienced phenomenal changes. But first, let’s go back to the very beginni...

The Weird and Wacky World of Shoreline Litter

Have you ever come across bizarre objects washed up on shore or picked up some unusual litter during a shoreline cleanup? Thanks to the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup data cards, we get to learn about all the...