Lawrence meeting Wayne Price at the spruce dug out
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Post Cards from the Yukon

AMI TV and I put our heads together and came up with an idea for a TV special called “Postcards from the Yukon”.
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Makings of a Guide Dog

On a number of occasions over the past half-dozen years,…

Muskie or Mayhem on the Ottawa River?

The year 2019 will go down as one of the least promising starts…

Competing Blind in the America Cup International Fly Fishing Tournament

(First published in Bob Izumi’s Reel Fishing Magazine) Few…

Walleye Opener and the Law

Getting out on the Upper St. Lawrence River for the opening of…

The Idea behind the Charity “Blue Fish Canada”

As many of you, my attachment to fishing began with adventures…
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My Feature Documentary: What Lies Below

I created, researched, wrote and hosted the privately funded…
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Age of aquariums

OUR FISHERIES Do public aquariums have anything to do with…

Feel the Bite Fishing Videos and Accessible Media Inc.

Accessible Media Inc. broadcasts over cable TV and satellite…

Rivers as Life-Giving Arteries

Together with Canada’s Department of Fisheries, Oceana Canada’s Dr. Rangeley and government scientists operated a 3,000 kilo remotely operated vehicle at depths of 400 meters, where they explored the bountiful thriving sea life.
Greg Taylor holding a wild Pacific Salmon

What’s Causing BC’s Disappointingly Low Salmon Returns?

Greg Taylor, Senior Fisheries Advisor with Watershed Watch’s Salmon Society, provides a regional breakdown of the 2017 wild salmon returns along Canada’s Pacific coast, and shares his findings and conclusions

Sounds from the Deep

Seventy per cent of the surface of the earth is covered by water. More significantly, the water is three dimensional

Indigenous Tourism

First Nations people across Canada are undertaking increasingly more economic activities to generate wealth.

Farming and Harvesting the Ocean

Our dependence for food and life on the ocean that covers 70 per cent of the world's surface is only now being fully understood and appreciated.

Climate Change and the World's Coral Reefs

It is estimated that 70 per cent of the Earth's surface area is made up of oceans that, in-turn, provide habitat for 75 per cent of all known species on earth.
Lawrence with Kyla and Matthew at Ritchie Falls Resort

A True Canadian Grand Slam

Mathew and Kyla Owl were selected by the new First Nations owners to lead the transformation process and operate Ritchie Falls.

Extreme Spring 2017 Water Levels

Following one of the wettest months of April on record, the first week of May 2017 also was the wettest recorded since 1900.

Rideau Canal toxins raise questions about our environmental wellbeing

The recent discovery of toxins in the Rideau Canal is a stark reminder of a systemic and pervasive problem facing Canada.