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, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: July 9, 2011 at 3:23 pm

Front page of the Metro section on Saturday, July 9 2011 … check out the full page spread about Swim Guide:Swim Guide, a website and free Android app that gives real-time updates of the water quality along the lake looks to be a strong move in the right direction. “This is the coolest thing we’ve …

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, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: July 5, 2011 at 1:14 pm

If you’re still using Version 1.0 of Swim Guide for iPhone®, it’s time to upgrade! We’ve made two updates to Swim Guide since its first release. Both updates improve the way the app locates you and your closest beaches. The update also gives you way more information about beach law and policy. Look under “Learn” …

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, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: June 15, 2011 at 3:35 pm

You asked for some new features on our website, and we made them!

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, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: at 10:02 am

Fraser Riverkeeper is working with distance swimmer Bill Wittur and the new, free iPhone Swim Guide app that will track his progress as he attempts to swim the length of Okanagan Lake beginning June 17.  Wittur, who currently resides in London, ON, arrived in Vancouver on June 10th to support the launch of the Swim Guide …

 
, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: June 10, 2011 at 11:59 am

Get instant, up-to-date information for over 800 beaches in Canada and the US with new Swim Guide app. First-of-its-kind app uses 70 government sources to help users source the closest beaches and cleanest waters – and how to get there TORONTO, ON (June 10, 2011) – For millions of summer beach seekers, finding and enjoying …

 
, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: June 9, 2011 at 10:31 pm

The story of Swim Guide – we hope you like it!Swim Guide began in Toronto, Canada. A team of staff and volunteers at the charity Lake Ontario Waterkeeper set out to answer this simple question: is it safe to swim in Lake Ontario? As it turns out, reliable facts and figures about beach water quality …

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Swim Guide divulgue les meilleures données que nous possédons au moment où vous voulez les consulter. Obéissez toujours aux avis affichés sur les plages ou diffusés par les organismes gouvernementaux. Restez vigilant et vérifiez s’il y a d’autres risques pour les baigneurs, comme les marées et les courants dangereux. Veuillez signaler les cas de pollution qui vous préoccupent pour que les affiliés puissent assurer la sécurité des personnes qui fréquentent les plages.

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