Posts tagged "Canada"

Posted: June 10, 2020 at 4:13 pm

Canada has thousands of kilometers of shoreline, spanning both coasts as well as the many lakes, rivers, and other swimming spots inland. It’s no wonder Canada is home to so many world-class waterfront destinations. In early 2020, Swim Drink Fish, the nonprofit behind the Swim Guide initiative, became the National Operator of the Blue Flag …

 
, Director of Swimmable Water Programs
Posted: March 31, 2020 at 12:25 pm

This post was originally written on 31 March 2020, and was last updated 28 July 2020. This page will be updated often with new information.The end of May typically marks the start of the summer at beaches across Ontario. This year, it will be an unprecedented swim season due to the measures in place to …

 
Posted: August 3, 2018 at 10:29 am

Every summer we start out with a long list of things we want to do: take a road trip, go camping, have a bonfire, and of course, go swimming. But as summer speeds by sometimes it’s hard to check everything off our summer wishlist. The August long weekend is the perfect opportunity to take a …

 
Posted: May 18, 2018 at 2:57 pm

For many, the May long weekend in Canada is the unofficial beginning of summer. It also marks the start of most seasonal recreational water quality monitoring programs across the country. To celebrate, we wanted to show some love for our Canadian affiliates. Our Canadian affiliates represent a vibrant network of grassroots organizations and committed individuals …

 
, Director of Swimmable Water Programs
Posted: June 27, 2017 at 3:27 pm

– French and Spanish versions follow – Heading to the beach this holiday weekend? Beach goers can access even better beach and water quality information, including service in 3 languages, with the launch of Swim Guide’s 3rd version of the iOS app: Swim Guide 3.1.With over a million users to date, Swim Guide 3.1 is …

 
, Director of Swimmable Water Programs
Posted: June 26, 2017 at 10:31 pm

Canada Beach Report – 2017 from LOWaterkeeper PDF Version Available Here FIRST-EVER COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CANADIAN RECREATIONAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING RELEASED TODAY June 27, 2017 – TORONTO — How much you know about water quality at your local beach depends on where you live in Canada, reveals the Canada Beach Report, a new report on …

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