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~ ~ ~ ABOUT the Toronto Rainbow Reef Rangers ~ ~ ~

The Toronto Rainbow Reef Rangers was started in 2001 after a group of local divers attended a gay international SCUBA event called Diving For Life (DFL). During this event the Ontario members raised over $2000, which would be donated to a local charity of their choice if they were part of a registered diving club. After the divers' return to Canada, they created TRRR as a means of securing their raised funds for Casey House in Toronto.


2015 DFL Recipients: PWA Toronto $1425 (US Dollars) to People With AIDS Foundation (PWA) on behalf of the participants of the 2015 Diving for Life event.

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2014 DFL Recipients: Fife House: $1588 (US Dollars) to Fife House on behalf of the participants of the 2014 Diving for Life event.

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2013 DFL Recipients: Fife HouseFife House Logo

2013 DFL Donation


2012 DFL Recipients: Casey House, Fife House, and Asian Community AIDS Services

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The goal of TRRR is to unite and promote gay and lesbian scuba diving in the Toronto area.

TRRR participates in the annual Toronto Gay Pride Week festivities through an information booth (and sometimes also a parade float!)

The Toronto Rainbow Reef Rangers meets the needs and interests of our members by:

Tiny dive flag imageOrganizing discounted dive trips (local diving and Southern diving) and activities

Tiny dive flag imageProviding opportunity for those who want to try scuba diving to take the first steps towards certification

Tiny dive flag imagePromoting skill development, new dive experiences, and increased confidence in currently certified divers

Tiny dive flag imageCreating a social network that increases the availability of GLBTQ2S+ dive buddies

Tiny dive flag imageSharing member knowledge and dive experiences such as information on dive courses, dive shops, equipment and dive destinations

Tiny dive flag imageProviding Ontario Underwater Council (OUC) membership with TRRR membership


You must be a paid up member of the club to participate in club sponsored dives (all official TRRR club dives are first sanctioned through the Ontario Underwater Council)


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