Mark your calenders, the first relevant demonstration of the year at Marineland will be held on Saturday May 31st 2014. According to organizers, this demonstration is designed to highlight the plight of Kiska, Marineland's lone surviving female orca:
"Since the release of the documentary Blackfish, there has been a huge momentum to help liberate captive orcas across the world from inadequate living conditions at marine parks. Kiska is the last captive orca in Canada, and has been named as the saddest and loneliest in the world. This event will highlight the issues of marine mammal captivity and will focus on calling for Kiska's release to a sea-pen or more suitable home with other orcas. All are welcome to join!"
For more information on this demonstration visit the organizer's Facebook event page here.