Shark conservation and research

The Other Side of Sharks

I discovered my passion for sharks when I travelled around the world at the age of 19. I spent a lot of time scuba diving with a wide range of species, but nothing captivated me like the sharks that surrounded ...

Our Mission as a Marine Science Centre

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is a conservation organization that Canadians look to for science and facts on important issues. Every now and then we feel the need to clarify inaccurate messages being...

Fur Seals Find a New Home

Visitors to the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre will notice some new furry faces have shown up in our BC Sugar pool. Northern fur seals Ani and Tikva were introduced to their new habitat this week, ...
Sea Star Research at Vancouver Aquarium

Sea Star Die-Off a Dire Situation

Scientists are calling the decline of sea stars along the west coast the largest wildlife die-off ever recorded. The conclusion came at a gathering of marine scientists in Seattle last week. Hosted by Seattl...
Vancouver Aquarium Stanley Park

An Award-Winning Relationship

The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre has been recognized for its longstanding accreditation with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), the non-profit, professional organization dedicated to the a...