Diver Safety Series:

Jellyfish Stings

#1 Jellyfish Stings

 Kelvin Grove Sea-mounts:

 A caution to
fishermen and prawners Kelvin Grove Sea-Mount

Friday 3rd Jul 2015
  • UCBC Project: Fatality Reports

  • UCBC Project: Diver Safety Series

  • UCBC Project:
    Line Scrapers

  • UCBC Project: Weight Replacement

  • UCBC Project: Mooring Buoys

  • UCBC Project: Bioherm Monitoring

  • UCBC Project: Glass Sponge Bioherms

  • UCBC Project: Citizen Science

Become Involved

  • Sponge Discussed In House Of Commons
    Protection of glass sponge reefs presented
    by MLA Jordan Sturdy
  • I ♥ BC video produced by local Dive Association

The Underwater Council of British Columbia is a non-profit Society dedicated to promoting safe recreational SCUBA diving, environmental protection and acting as the unified voice of recreational divers in British Columbia.

Our Directors have varied backgrounds and are involved volunteer members of the BC Dive and Environmental Communities sharing a common goal.

The UCBC operates and pursues its mandate mostly though cash donations, time, skills and passion for the Ocean!

We've been serving the Recreational Diving Community since 1991.

“ Our mission is to provide a mechanism through which the interests and activities of associations and individuals in British Columbia with an interest in sport and recreational underwater activities, including any form of Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) diving equipment or skin diving equipment, can be coordinated and represented to government, industry and the public.

  Read our Mission Statement

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