Join the Swim Drink Fish movement for the 15th Annual Joe Burke Wolfe Island Literary Festival on June 15, 2019.
In 2018, Swim Drink Fish collaborated with Ace Hill to produce a three-part series called SWIM, DRINK, FISH. The series, filmed by Studio Sophomore, highlights stories of swimmable, drinkable fishable water on Lake Ontario.
The FISH episode premiers at Toronto’s Water Docs Film Festival on Sunday, March 24, 201
Mark Mattson, President & Waterkeeper joins Trout Unlimited Canada’s Niagara Chapter for a special presentation.
Swim Drink Fish joins TDSB staff for a presentation about Great Lakes plastics pollution.
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.