QUEBEC CITY, June 18, 2021 /CNW/ - On June 9, it was announced that Canada's famous and beloved tugboat, Theodore TOO would set sail from Halifax to his new home in the Port of Hamilton and would become an ambassador to the Great Lakes and the marine industry. Release here (Français) and (English).
In addition to announcing further details of his sustainability efforts, stops in several ports across Québec have been announced* as part of his Great Lakes tour offering opportunities for the public to take photos from the water's edge and in ports, COVID-19 protocols permitting.
Theodore TOO crew, owner Blair McKeil, President and CEO, Breakwater Investments - Québec City and Montréal in-person, all other ports via Zoom/Skype. Sadie Caron, Swim Drink Fish, via Zoom/Skype.
As part of his sustainability efforts in collaboration with Swim Drink Fish, Theodore TOO hopes to collect 100,000 watermarks over the next year. Members of the public can take part in the watermark project designed to collect personal stories of people on their local waterways. This crowd-sourced initiative, THEODORE TOO Watermarks allows individuals to help researchers identify waters where people swim, drink, or fish, so that those uses can be protected in the future while building a legacy of connecting Canadians to the water.
Exact locations will be provided
Saint Jean Port Joli
* Locations and dates are subject to change and are pending weather and water levels.
Media will also be invited to board Theodore's deck for photos with Captain Gary Byers and
SOURCE BWTT Holdings Inc.
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