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The Last Ocean

Rob Robbins Antarctic toothfish
Weddell seal heading up for air - copyright John Weller
Minke Whale - copyright John Weller
Peter Young - copyright Camille Seaman
Mr. Fin Donnelly, MP for New Westminster/Coquitlam/ Port Moody

Movie: “The Last Ocean” Followed By Discussion With Fin Donnelly

Join us to support National Sustainable Seafood Day. Watch the film "The Last Ocean" in style in our 4-D Theatre, followed by a discussion with Fin Donnelly.

The Last Ocean is a film about the Ross Sea in Antarctica which is the most pristine stretch of ocean on Earth. Largely untouched by humans, it is one of the last places where the delicate balance of nature prevails. Unfortunately fishing for the Antarctic toothfish, sold as Chilean sea bass, is so lucrative that it is known as white gold and now threatens the Ross Sea. "The Last Ocean" begins a campaign taking on the commercial fishers and governments in a race to protect Earth’s last untouched ocean.

Following the film, we are honored to have Mr. Fin Donnelly, MP for New Westminster/Coquitlam/ Port Moody, discuss his views on wild salmon and sustainable seafood. Fin is famous for twice swimming the Fraser River (1400km!) to promote sustainable living. It will be an entertaining  discussion, for sure.


Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Vancouver Aquarium


6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 




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