We use scientific protocols to monitor recreational water quality, supplement the data provided by local health authorities, and ensure the public has access to water quality information year-round.
We give free water literacy presentations to schools, community groups, and local organizations to educate them about the importance of keeping our waters swimmable, drinkable, and fishable.
With the Watermark Project, we're on a mission to collect a story from every Canadian to demonstrate the importance of keeping local waters clean for generations to come.
We harness technology to create a network of people on Swim Guide who want access to water quality information and get involved as citizen scientists.
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