The 1,000-Strong Shoreline Cleanup

Every year, Edmonton teacher Nick Riemann leads a school-wide cleanup of nearly 1,000 student volunteers. The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup caught up with Nick to find out how science experiments in a marsh ...

Tiny Male Otter Pup Patient in our Care

A tiny male sea otter pup — estimated to be just two to four weeks old — is now in 24-hour care at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, after concerned members of the public found it swimming alo...

Spotlight on: Site Coordinator Ronaldo Trono

Meet Ronaldo Trono, an exceptional Site Coordinator from Montreal Quebec. Ronaldo has been passionate about protecting the natural world his entire life — this passion and deep appreciation for nature and wildl...

An Awesome Wave

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup started in 1994, when a handful of Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre employees and volunteers decided to coordinate a cleanup in Stanley Park to help protect local wi...

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...