Healthy Oceans. Healthy Communities.
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Otter family at meal time. Photo: Arman Werth
Your ocean, your community, your future.
Ocean Planning
Oil tanker.
Keep our coast oil free.
Tankers
Growing salmon in closed containment protects wild salmon and the rest of the ecosystem from the problems caused by industrial salmon farming. Photo: Matt Casselman
Switch to closed containment.
Salmon Farming
Bluefin tuna. Photo: NOAA/Marine Photobank
No habitat. No fish.
Ocean Ecosystems
Last set. Photo: Moyna MacIlroy
Smart choice today. Healthy oceans tomorrow.
Sustainable Seafood
Photo: Lou-Dematteis/Spectral-Q
The ugly twin of climate change.
Ocean Acidification
Barge full of marine debris collected by volunteers at Sea Otter Cove. Photo: Linda Weaver
Mapping and removing marine debris.
Clear the Coast

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Living Oceans is proud of our track record of collaborative solutions that deliver results. We've been a leader in the effort to protect Canada's Pacific coast since we formed in 1998. Our home base is in Sointula, a small fishing village on the Central Coast of British Columbia, yet our influence is national.

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