There’s a new twist in the ongoing civil court case surrounding the death of environmentalist and film maker Rob Stewart.
The water is cold but usually clear and filled with life when diving British Columbia. Here are some tips to make the experience even more enjoyable.
A Canadian journalist and filmmaker has produced a new documentary about Rob Stewart’s tragic death in 2017. What really happened that day — and who is to blame?
Cyberbullying is not the exclusive territory of teenagers targeting each other on social media — it happens in the scuba world too. Here’s what to do if you become a target.
The protocols for ice diving are much like those for cave diving. And while frigid waters combined with an overhead environment aren’t for everyone, for many, ice diving is an exciting way to push their boundaries.
Although ocean environments are most often associated with Florida diving, cave diving in Florida offers adventuresome divers a thrilling, beautiful environment.
Tiny Tobermory, four hours north of Toronto, may just offer the world’s best freshwater diving.
Some of North America’s best temperate diving is on Canada’s west coast. The best Vancouver dive sites are less than a 40-minute drive from the city’s center, but a world away.
With this Caribbean country slowly opening up to visitors from the United States, what can divers expect if they visit Cuba? Here’s the good, the bad and the ugly.
For those willing to brave Newfoundland’s chilly waters, the Bell Island wrecks offer divers a riot of color.
There are three wrecks within 20 minutes of the dock at Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, making for a fantastic weekend of diving.
Jacques Cousteau once called Barkley Sound on Vancouver Island one of the world’s top dive spots. Find out why.
Bonaire has long been one of the top dive spots in the Caribbean, if not the world. What makes this tiny (Dutch) island so special?
When it went down in 1970, the Arrow wreck was a real environmental disaster. What will divers of today find when they visit the site?
Roatan, one of the Bay Islands off the Honduras coast, has long been known as a diving mecca. And it’s only getting better.
Grand Cayman has long been a favorite destination among divers, but do its famous walls and wrecks deliver? The short answer: yes.
hat are the best dive sites in Canada? Here are our top five picks, as chosen by Canadian divers themselves.
This is a unique expedition. For the first time in 50 years, divers are exploring a flooded mine on Bell Island, Newfoundland. They’re part of Bell Island Mine Quest, and ultimately, they’re doing it for you.