Join Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada as we participate in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and help clean the Humber Marshes!

The Humber Marshes are one of the few remaining river mouth marshes in Toronto. As part of Toronto’s largest watershed, the extensive marshes provide an important breeding habitat for ducks, turtles and fish, and are a significant corridor for migratory song birds and monarch butterflies. More than 60 species of fish live in the river including such sport fish as trout, pike and salmon.

Swim by for a fun day of conservation activities and help do your part in taking care of our water!

Stay tuned for our next cleanup!