Fish are being taken on walks all over Vancouver from downtown to, as far away as, the Grouse Grind. (Ahmed Khalil/CBC)
Earlier this month the Vancouver Aquarium rolled out a new program that some are hailing as a game changer in regards to the standards of care for marine wildlife.
For the first time ever, fish and other aquatic creatures will be taken
on daily walks around Vancouver.
Pat Kelly spoke with Laura Pluckett the
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