Ontario is known as the freshwater gem of Canada and with good reason.
Home to four of the five Great Lakes, and plenty more unmapped diving sites in the north, this bustling province has some of the best inland shipwreck diving in the world.
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Lake Superior is home to a smorgasbord of fish both big and small. Under the right season spotting fish aggregations are a real possibility.
Dive into Ontario's wreck junkie heaven. Tobermory's clear water and abundance of shipwrecks make it one of the top dive sites in Canada and the world.
There are more than 200 named lakes across the Temagami region. With the lakes being at the heart of this location's tourism, scuba diving is an activity worth exploring.
Mattawa is a far cry from wonderful diving, but given the region’s strong connection to its waterways - through the Indigenous people, Voyageurs and logging industry - Mattawa begs to be explored.
From age-old shipwrecks to lukewarm water, the Saint Lawrence Seaway is considered one of the go-to diving destinations in Ontario.
When it comes to getting outside and immersed in nature, Ontario Parks is at the top of the list. Not only do the parks boast magnificent nature, but it's hundreds of thousands of lakes make it a real treat for those who love the water.
While most people were at home celebrating Mother’s Day, the North Bay Scuba Club donned dive gear and took to the water to clean up the local marina.