Posts tagged "Lake Ontario"

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 …

 
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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: October 3, 2018 at 5:38 pm

On September 28-29, 2018, Swim Guide, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, and Watermark Project were fortunate to attend Great Lakes Open Water Adventures and Great Lakes Trust’s 24-hour Open Water Relay Swim event. The now annual event took place in Oakville, Ontario along the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario. Over 80 recreational water users got on, in, …

 
Posted: September 28, 2018 at 1:26 pm

About This Episode Toronto chef and restauranteur, Grant Van Gameren, and fourth generation fisherman, Kendall Dewey, are featured in this episode. While fishing on Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County, they talk about the common misconceptions of fishing in this Great Lake. “You can’t have good fish without good water.” Grant Van Gameren is well-known …

 
Posted: September 25, 2018 at 11:49 am

Introducing the Swim Drink Fish Video Series In 2018, Ace Hill, Swim Drink Fish, and Studio Sophomore produced a video series about Lake Ontario to highlight stories about swimmable, fishable, drinkable water. We are proud to share them with you. For the past two years, Ace Hill Beer has been one of Swim Drink Fish’s …

 
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