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SPOTLIGHT

Celebrate Sea Otters

Sept 19 to Nov 11 - What’s brown, furry and fun all over? Sea otters, of course! Join us this fall to celebrate these boisterous and playful marine mammals.

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Great Canadian
Shoreline Cleanup

Join the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup today for a fun and easy way to make a difference in your local community while learning about the impacts of litter on our environment.

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Special event

Toast To The Coast

Enjoy gourmet bites prepared by top Ocean WiseTM restaurants and taste signature B.C. wines during this culinary journey celebrating the conservation of our oceans.

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Our 1,500+ staff and volunteers are deeply committed to protecting our oceans.

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Read Our Open Letter On Cetaceans In Our Care
VIDEO: Cetaceans in Our Care 

HOURS

10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m.

Doors close
at 4:45 p.m. 

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    The leaves are starting to change colour, school is back in session and the Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaVan, presented by BC Hydro and BG Canada, is back on the road for...
  • New Space, New Café, New Chef
    If you’ve visited our newly expanded building this summer, you’ve probably seen our giant globe, experienced our new educational and interactive programs or even...
  • Rescued Seal Pups Released Back to the Wild
    Wednesday morning seven seal pups got a new lease on life and were released back to the wild after being rehabilitated at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre,...
  • From Umbrellas to Plastic Bottles, Shoreline...
    To celebrate the annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, presented by Loblaw Companies Limited, volunteers came out from coast to coast to clean their community beaches,...
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Sea Otters

Spotlight On Sea Otters

Celebrate these boisterous and playful marine mammals this fall
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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Chinook salmon travel over 16,000 kilometres to spawn.
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