, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: July 7, 2012 at 10:00 am

Fraser Riverkeeper discusses Swim Guide and how it helps users:

A new Swim Guide App — free from Vancouver conservation NGO Fraser Riverkeeper and Toronto-based Lake Ontario Waterkeeper — helps users locate the closest, cleanest beaches in their area.

“Swim Guide is revolutionary,” says Fraser Riverkeeper executive director Lauren Hornor. “It leads people to great beaches they might never have known about, and having the latest water-quality updates allows families and beach-goers to swim and surf safely. It does what we always hoped technology would do — connect us to our local places, while helping protect them.”

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