The Peoples Great Lakes Summits are sponsored and facilitated by the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) as part of its Healthy Great Lakes program. Krystyn Tully will be speaking at the event on Monday night, November 13.
A public discussion on community-based water monitoring, citizen science, and Indigenous water governance in Canada today.
Swim Guide Program Manager Gabrielle is to be one of the five speakers for the event.
With help from our sponsors and team of volunteers, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper has once again sampled Toronto’s Inner Harbour to investigate the growing concern of this city’s sewage pollution into Lake Ontario. We compiled all of our findings into the second annual Toronto Harbour Report and we want to share it with you.
Please join us for our 2nd Annual Toronto Harbour Report Launch & Volunteer Appreciation Night
Ottawa Riverkeeper and Potomac Riverkeeper are pleased to invite you to the Twinning our Capital Rivers' official Ceremony and press conference!
This ceremony will officialize the Twinning of the capital rivers of Canada and of the United States - a unique initiative that you won't want to miss! Join dignitaries and community leaders from Ottawa and Washington DC to learn about our capital rivers and our shared vision for world-class swimmable, drinkable, and fishable Capital Rivers.
The Active Ontario Festival inspires visitors to experience a variety of outdoor sports and healthy lifestyle activities, and offers families ways to get outside and explore what the province has to offer all year round. Bring the entire family to learn, explore and share your powerful connections to water. Admission is free.
Swim Drink Fish Canada is honoured to present the Waterkeeper Showcase on the opening day of the Wolfe Island Music Festival. The Waterkeeper Showcase features Said the Whale, Your Boy, The Kents, and Lou Canon.
The City of Kingston is leading the way on a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future for its residents. Find out why it matters and what the future holds for the Kingston Waterfront.
Movie screening of the film Given. Event hosted by Surf the Greats at their new store. This screening is a fundraiser for Surf the Greats' Freshwater Fund and all proceeds from ticket sales go to the Lake Ontario Waterkeeper for swimmable, drinkable, fishable (and surfable) waters.
The Shoreline Shuffle Salute exhibit opens on Saturday July, 4-7pm. The exhibit will be open to the public from July 15 - July 20th at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning, community gallery room 109. he Shoreline Shuffle Salute is part of the Kingston and Wolfe Island Culture Festival celebrating Great Lakes Voices through story and song. RSVP HERE
Launched in 2007, the RBC Blue Water Project is a 10-year global charitable commitment of $50 million to help provide access to drinkable, swimmable, fishable water, now and for future generations. Waterkeeper founder and vice president Krystyn Tully is slated to speak about the Watermark Project—a program that exists because of support from RBC's Blue Water Project!
A one-night only tour focusing on the ghost stories and darker history of Kingston and the three bodies of water (Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River and Cataraqui River) that have played an integral part in Kingston’s past and present. BOOK NOW!
*Use the Promo Code: KWICultureFest & get 10% off any Kingston Haunted Walk until August 12th)
Hosted by Lake Ontario Waterkeeper and the Wolfe Island Historical Society.
A presentation by the Wolfe Island Historical Society featuring an exclusive first sneak peak of the artefacts excavated from Brophy’s Point in the 50’s and 60’s.Photos of a selection of the artefacts will be on display alongside details o n how you can help bring these artefacts home to Wolfe Island.
Started in 2014, the King Wolf Swim is a point-to-point open water swim across the St. Lawrence River/Lake Ontario from Kingston to Wolfe Island, Ontario. It is held annually in July. Easily accessible from Toronto, Ottawa and Syracuse, this is a great swim for more experienced open water swimmers! Complete the swim, enjoy lunch on Wolfe Island, then take the ferry back to Kingston. Sanctioned by Triathlon Ontario.
The 2017 King Wolf Swim is part of the Kingston and Wolfe Island Culture Festival
Eating Lake Ontario 2 is your chance to learn more about these important questions. Chef Matt Hewson of the Wolfe Island Grill is cooking up a 3-course dinner of fish from the Great Lakes, along with optional wine pairings from Prince Edward County. Colin Lake from the Ministry of Natural Resources will speak about the past, present and future of fishing in Lake Ontario, including Wolfe Island.
The 7-week festival runs from June 23 - August 12, and will and explore Kingston and Wolfe Island Area exemplify all that the Great Lakes can provide in a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future.
The Wolfe Island Festival of the Arts—programmed by Swim Drink Fish ambassador Dave Bidini—will feature 2-days of literature, music, and spoken word in the heart of the Great Lakes. The Wolfe Island Festival of the Arts (June 23 - 24th) will launch Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s Wolfe Island Culture Festival (June 23 - August 12) in celebration of Great Lakes Voices.
Waterkeeper will be on site during the All at Once performance, on June 4th at the Budweiser stage, to host an information booth on microplastics pollution in the Great Lakes, and sharing the single thing you can do to help. The focus of this year’s tour is plastics pollution in our natural waterways.
New to TO? Not sure where you can swim? We have what you need to know (and do!) in this new city of yours.
Established by the Great Lakes Protection Act, 2015, which came into effect on November 3, 2015, the Great Lakes Guardians’ Council is a forum to improve collaboration and coordination among Ontario’s Great Lakes partners. The Council’s role is to help identify priorities for actions, potential funding measures and partnerships, and share ideas.
Swim Drink Fish Canada's vice-president, Krystyn Tully will be presenting at this meeting.
Krystyn will talk about the idea of water literacy and why it matters to you. She'll share stories about successes (and failures) from people working to restore Canada's waters to ensure a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future. You'll also hear about simple steps you can take today to make your life by the water happier, healthier, and more rewarding.