About the chapter

The Goal of the Hamilton Chapter Committee of Save Ontario Shipwrecks is to promote the preservation of our local wrecks through responsible diving so that all may enjoy them. All very laudable, but we also have a lot of fun doing it through the placement of Coast Guard approved mooring buoys on unmarked wrecks, maintenance of sites and the occasional lecture.

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Requests for Proposals

SOS Superior is now taking in proposals for an inventory of the Famous Graveyard of Ships. SOS Superior is the lead proponent and welcomes anyone interested to apply. All information…

S.O.S. Marine Heritage Award 2015

In early November of 1913, a storm, unlike any seen before, ravaged the Great Lakes. The destruction and loss of life was unparalleled, and the White Hurricane, the Great Storm…

Call for Nominations for Awards 2015

Each year, SOS gives out 3 categories of awards at it’s Annual General Meeting. This year the meeting will be held in western Ontario in April Volunteer of the Year…

Survey For Top of Superior Dive Strategy

SOS Superior is working with the Township of Nipigon to do a Market analysis/Feasibility Study on the potential of Dive tourism in our Region and the Consultant we have hired…

Happy New Year and Reminders for 2015

Good day chapter chairs and members, Welcome to 2015! I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your service in 2014 and remind you of the administrative items…

SOS Gets New Training Committee Chair

SOS would like to congratulate Bryan Thomas on being appointed as the new Chair of the SOS NAS Training Committee. Bryan brings 6 years of experience teaching the NAS program…

  • Jen Bush

    Chapter Chair
    jbush@saveontarioshipwrecks.ca

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