Canadian Senate Bill S-203 (Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act) passed in 2019. Since then, efforts continue to enforce its principles by finding ways to end the keeping of cetaceans on display in the one remaining marine park in Canada – Marineland Ontario – holding one lone orca, five bottlenose dolphins, and about 40 beluga whales. In this panel, we discuss our ongoing efforts to bring together advocacy for captive cetaceans and government legislation and policy to bring S-203 to fruition and create a future when Canada has distinguished itself as a nation that has rejected the exploitation of dolphins and whales for entertainment and is the center for the world’s first permanent seaside sanctuary for belugas and orcas.