Mark Mattson, President & Waterkeeper, is a guest speaker in this webinar presented by the Ontario Bar Association.
On Sunday October 28, Great Lakes Guide co-presents Sharkwater Extinction at the 2018 Planet in Focus film festival.
The Bentway presents WATERLICHT, a monumental public art intervention designed by acclaimed Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde. This large-scale light installation illustrates the universal power, poetry, and danger of water. The Watermark Project joins Waterlicht, to share Watermark stories from Toronto’s waterfront.
Join the IJC’s Great Lakes Water Quality Board for a discussion about restoring Hamilton Harbour and the surrounding watershed. Mark Mattson, President & Waterkeeper, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, will moderate the evening’s conversation.
This week-long art exhibit organized by Wellington-based artist, Stew Jones, will feature original works inspired by Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s mandate to create a “swimmable, drinkable, fishable future”
Join Lake Ontario Waterkeeper at the Gord Edgar Downie Pier dedication on July 26, 2018 in Kingston, Ontario. The swimming pier dedication is part of the City of Kingston's Breakwater Park grand re-opening. Bring your bathing suit and join in the Gratitude Swim after the official ceremonies.
Fellow researchers from around the world will gather in Scarborough, on the green edge of Toronto, for IAGLR's 61st annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. A great program is in store with four days of scientific sessions and speakers focusing on our theme Great Science for Tomorrow's Solutions. Mark your calendars for June 18-22, 2018. You won't want to miss it!
Join Toronto Island SUP in starting its season and help clean our waterways on June 2, 2018! Rent a board for up to 2 hours for only $12. Garbage bags will be provided.
The Great Lakes Guide team will be presenting to several Grade 4 classes, informing them about the presence of microplastics in Lake Ontario.
Lake Ontario Waterkeeper will visit Monsignor Fraser College informing students about Redside Dace in Lake Ontario's watershed.
The Swim Drink Fish Gala is one of the biggest fundraising events of the year. An unforgettable evening in praise of fine art, inspiring performances, and gourmet food and drink. This year we return to the shores of Lake Ontario, hosting the event at Rebel in Toronto.
Every dollar raised helps ensure a future where everyone in Canada can experience swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters.
Learn more about the artwork to be auctioned off, here.
We hope you'll join us on Thursday, April 26, 2018.
For further gala details, click here.
Please note: This event is now sold out. Please contact us for wait-list information.
Join us for the official launch event and musical surprises!
Michael Barclay will be interviewed on stage by Lana Gay at 9:30, followed by a musical tribute. The bandleader for the evening is Ian Blurton of Change of Heart and Public Animal; singers include Michelle McAdorey, Tony Dekker, Sate and more to be announced in the coming days.
Cover: $5. No advance tickets. Doors open at 8.30 p.m. All door proceeds go to the gracious musicians as well as Lake Ontario Waterkeeper. Books will be available for sale and signing.
Michael Barclay is a Canadian music journalist who wrote extensively about the Hip's final tour for Maclean's magazine, and is one of the co-authors of CanRock compendium Have Not Been the Same. This fresh-from-the-press gorgeous hardcover book draws from 80+ new interviews with friends and peers, managers and producers to tell the story of this band –– and many bands: cover bands, opening bands, aging bands, Canadian bands. A story of poetry and performance, of dealing with disease and seeking reconciliation, of dance and its disappearance. 33 years of reasons why 11 million Canadians tuned in for the Hip's final show.
Come celebrate with us in Toronto on the checkerboard floors.
Presented in part by Ace Hill Brewery.