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Annually, the Institute opens its door to the public and makes a lot of effort to show what is does. Seven separate federal agencies work from there so you can see cutting edge technology as well as pick up and get to know some pretty...更多
This is a must stop for anyone with the love of nature or environment. The knowledge possessed by the scientists in the building was phenomenal.
This is a government research station and is very professionally run. You need to phone the centre to arrange a visit. A guide escorts you around the centre and are really geared up for children to learn about conservation of our environment. At the end...更多
BIO is a very impressive experience,from the free tours ,and to see what we have in our ocean in the Maritimes,,,,,,It will blow your mind to see the colored lobsters ,,,,the variety of fish,and the shell fish that we have here in our province, i...更多
Read about this in a NS travel mag...Canada's largest oceanography research centre. Very informative, small intimate tour, Anicka was a fabulous tour guide. Teenage daughters had a blast picking up all the lobsters, crabs, etc. Call ahead to reserve a FREE tour.
I've been visiting since I was a little girl, now at 17 I still enjoy every visit. The exhibits are largely permanent, Titanic, the Gully, etc. but the live galleries will give you something new to expect every visit. They have a number of touch...更多
A number of Federal Government Departments or Agencies have a presence here including Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), Environment Canada the Canadian Coast Guard, the Canadian Hydrographic Services and Natural Resources Canada. Researchers also work in partnership with Universities and the private sector. Tours are sometimes...更多