Amnesty on river treasures – for now

Origianl Article: Brockville Recorder and Times http://www.recorder.ca/2012/08/15/amnesty-on-river-treasures–for-now By Megan Burke, The Recorder and Times Wednesday, August 15, 2012 1:55:07 EDT PM (No photo credit supplied in orginal article) Treasure holders,…

2012 Marine Heritage Award

Leamington, ON The Save Ontario Shipwrecks Marine Heritage Award was presented to 2012 recipient, Peter Rindlisbacher for his 25 years of contribution to public appreciation of Ontario’s marine heritage. Peter…

SOS Welcomes Barrie Chapter

Save Ontario Shipwrecks is proud to announce the certification of it’s newest chapter. At the annual general meeting on April 13th, 2012 the probationary chapter received unanimous support of the…

New SOS Website Launches

The new Save Ontario Shipwrecks website launched today at the 2012 Annual General Meeting. More features like the Members section will be added next week!

You are here Home Ontario Needs a Marine Heritage Advisor

In 2011 the Ontario Government eliminated their one and only marine archaeologist position. Ontario is home to some of the best preserved, highest quality wrecks in the world, sign the…

SOS Partners with Liefa on Website Re-development

The bids are in and after much deliberation, SOS is happy to announce that it will partner with Liefa Communications to revitalize the website as well as our back end…

SOS Directors’ Achievement Award 2011

SOS President – Mike Hill (left) and Brian Prince – Past President (right) present plaque to Marg Barker for her 15 years of dedication and commitment in numerous roles.