Now accepting bookings for the 2021–2022 school year


Book a virtual presentation with one of our JAW-some Educators for your class. This 45 minute program includes pre- and post-visit activities and exclusive videos of our animals.

Kindergarten: Once Upon an Aquarium

At the Aquarium, our animals still have the same 4 basic needs as all living things—shelter, food, water, and air. Move your body while you discover them with us from home or school!

Grade 1: Once Upon an Aquarium

At the Aquarium, our animals still have the same 4 basic needs as all living things—shelter, food, water, and air. Discover them with us Aquarium style!

Grade 2: Metamor-fishes

How do animals adapt to their surroundings as they grow? Using our Aquarium animals as examples, be amazed by fish that change body shape, colour/pattern, sex, and even their environment!

Grade 3: Seaweed and Slime

What is seaweed? Take a deep dive into the world of algae, the vital roles it plays for both animals and humans, and how we can “kelp” it thrive.

Grade 4: Life on a Reef

Coral reefs are the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth. Dive in to the components of a reef and the complex relationships that dwell beneath the surface.

Grade 5: The Science of Diving

The human body is poorly adapted for life underwater. Investigate the challenges involved in S.C.U.B.A. diving and how we overcome them.

Grade 6: Aquatic Aliens

Invasive species are a huge threat to biodiversity, investigate which aliens are taking over the Great Lakes and how they do it.

Grade 7: Sea if I Care

The ocean plays a vital role in our daily lives, even if we don’t live near it. Uncover your own relationship with the ocean and the impact we are having on it.

Grade 8: Plastics on your Plate

Plastics are everywhere, including the ocean. Unpack the problems with plastic for our aquatic ecosystems, and what you can do to help turn the tide on plastic pollution.

More grade specific presentations coming soon!

Looking for learning resources to use at school or at home? Check our teacher resources


We have programs just for you! “Life at the Aquarium” is ideal for Beavers, Sparks, and Brownies and “Behind the Acrylic” is suitable for Guides and Scouts! These 45-minute LIVE interactive presentations focusing on aquatic animals and environmental stewardship will engage your group, PLUS give ideas for easy complementary activities they can do at home.


Basic Package

Delivered on Zoom, Google Meet, or your school’s platform.


Add a behind-the-scenes virtual live animal feeding to your Field Trip. Our animal feedings content can be scaled up or down to fit every grade level. Choose from:


Do piranhas live up to their fearsome reputation? Let’s venture into the Amazon River basin and together we’ll discover the truth and bust some myths about these jaw-some fish and the mangrove forests they call home.

  • Key concepts: habitats, overfishing, adaptation


All sea turtle species globally are at a risk of extinction. Have lunch with our turt-ally terrific animal ambassador Spot to learn about sea turtles, what is happening to them in the ocean and what you can do to help.

  • Key concepts: habitats, plastic pollution, adaptation, climate change


What do your famous favourites eat for breakfast? A scuba diver will join us at Rainbow Reef as we learn all about one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the ocean, the coral reef, and the multitude of beautiful fish that live there.

  • Key concepts: biodiversity, habitats, climate change, adaptation


Virtual Field Trip

Requesting Your Virtual Visit

Please note: submitting an online request ensures that all of the required information is accurately communicated to the Aquarium as it is inputted directly by you. However, if you are having difficulty using the online form please call 647-351-3474 ex 2648 for assistance. We do not take bookings over the phone.

Inquire for pricing. Payment will be required in advance via credit card over the phone.

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