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Advice on Diving in Canada

... in some parts requires specialist training and equipment simply to beat the cold.   The waters off the west coast near the province of British Columbia are a diver’s dream for its diversity of marine life. Large squid and octopi, orcas and dolphins, wolf eels and corals live here in abundance. Head to the east coast and the cold salt waters off Newfoundland are brimming with military vessels, sunk back in the Second World War. Meanwhile the Great Lakes in Ontario are full of ancient wooden ships from the 1800’s, almost perfectly preserved thanks to the lack of salt in their environment.   ...

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Name Distance

Adventure Scuba Diving

Canada

7.56 km

Dan's Dive Shop, Inc.

Canada

10.13 km

Dan\s Dive Shop, Inc.

Canada

9.62 km

Niagara Scuba Center

United States

26.27 km

Sherkston Scuba

Canada

43.22 km

Canadian Sub-Aqua Club

Canada

45.95 km

Toronto Scuba Club

Canada

45.95 km

Dive World

Canada

43.4 km

Oakville Divers, Ltd.

Canada

37.25 km

Mississauga Diving

Canada

42.5 km

The Dive Academy

Canada

39.81 km

Signature Vape

Canada

46.4 km

Aqua Systems

Canada

47.42 km

Aquarius Scuba

Canada

49.75 km

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Name Distance

YCM | St Catharines

Canada, St Catharines

10.85 km

YWQ | Chute-Des-Passes

Canada, Chute-Des-Passes

25.31 km

IAG | International

United States, Niagara Falls

26.07 km

YTO | Toronto Pearson International

Canada, Toronto

28.99 km

YTZ | Toronto City Centre Airport

Canada, Toronto

43.34 km

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