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Part Three: Conservatism and Gradient Factors With Jill Heinerth Do you know what your Personal…
European explorers visited Nova Scotia in the 16th and 17th centuries, which has always been…
In recent years three people lost their lives in Morrison’s Quarry.
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I’m a Canadian-born photographer who spends her time between homes in Toronto, Canada, and Cape Town, South Africa.
Part Two – Basics of Decompression Scuba Diving with Jill Heinerth In Episode 2 of…
On September 30th, Richardson, Wimer and friend Brent Tompkins returned to the site and Wimer was able to photograph the mysterious ghost ship. Wimer described the small sailing vessel as being “the most intact shipwreck I have ever encountered”.
Visual artist and illustrator sharing her love of the world underwater.
The Scuba News Canada is proud to present Jill Heinerth’s first of four presentations on diving physiology.