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PuSh Festival presents Sea Sick
Arts Club and PuSh Festival present Bullet Catch
Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland advocates for better...
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B.C. wine to line grocery shelves in spring 2015
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Civil settlement reached in tree-cutting incident
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Beluga battle: Vancouver Aquarium defends captive whales as good science
Amid calls that whales and dolphins in captivity are "cruel" - the Vancouver Aquarium showcases research aimed at improving belugas' lives in a warming Arctic
Jun 26th, 2014
Vancouver Aquarium just doubled, with watery world expansion
Got kids with no school (due to the strike)? The Vancouver Aquarium just unveiled its most significant expansion in its 58-year history.
Jun 16th, 2014
Adriane Carr wants public to vote on Vancouver's captive dolphins and whales
Cetacean conversation: Adriane Carr wants the people to weigh in on whales.
Apr 16th, 2014
Whiffen the sea otter fights for his life at the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre
Vancouver Aquarium veterinarians work 24/7 to save a very sick otter.
Mar 4th, 2014
An enchanting evening of wine and whales at Toast to the Coast
Toast to the Coast, an anticipated annual event, brought together more than 500 individuals for a delicious fundraising event on October 18th.
Oct 21st, 2013
Arctic ice melt: the most profound example of climate change
Melting ice and rising sea levels are a tangible way to wrap your head around climate change.
Jul 24th, 2013
The Vancouver Aquarium's Secret World of Sharks and Rays
The Secret World of Sharks and Rays explores the fascinating sea creatures, provides ideas for their preservation and entertains young and old with 4D films and shark feedings.
Feb 8th, 2013
Climate change: the Inuit now have a word for ‘robin’
What’s happening in the Arctic now is what will be happening to us in the next few decades, unless people act fast.
Dec 12th, 2012
Szechuan Chongqing is first Chinese restaurant to go Ocean Wise
"Over the years we’ve seen culinary practices change and today we’re making an important commitment to provide sustainable options to our customers."
Dec 3rd, 2012
Taking out the trash
Last Saturday, the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean Up, a partnership between the Vancouver Aquarium, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and the Vancouver Airport (YVR) launched the 19th annual fall...
Marguerite du Plessis
Sep 24th, 2012