Celebrate the life and cherish the memories of
Rob Stewart on Saturday February 18th, 2017

On behalf of Brian and Sandra Stewart (Campbell), their daughter Alexandra, and the entire Stewart family, we ask you to join us in celebrating the life of our dear son and brother, Robert Brian Stewart (December 28, 1979 ‐ January 31, 2017), who was taken too soon and is forever in our hearts.

A funeral service for all who loved Rob will be held at
Bloor Street United Church
on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 1:00 pm
(300 Bloor Street West, Toronto, M9B 6B7).
Kids welcome.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to continue Rob’s work to save our sharks and oceans at
http://wwf.ca/robstewartfund (through the World Wildlife Fund).

If you would like to share your memories or messages with the public, please click here or to submit a photo, click here.
For private messages to the family please click here.

Rob Stewart accomplished so much in his life, but there’s still more to do. To honour Rob’s memory, the Stewart family is collecting donations through WWF-Canada in order to continue his conservation work. You can help by visiting wwf.ca/robstewartfund and WWF-Canada will hold the proceeds in a fund to help carry on Rob’s legacy. A tax receipt will be issued.


"A Nature Classic. Part Michael Moore, Part Jacques Cousteau, Rob Stewart is an interesting hybrid with enough integrity, and enough filmmaker hustle, to swim with the sharks - and make us love them" 4 Stars Katherine Monk, Vancouver Sun

"If Sharkwater doesn't win the Academy Award, the judges need a saliva test" Peter Worthington, The Toronto Sun

"Sharkwater will change the way people view sharks and the ocean. It will open their eyes... and hopefully their hearts" Cristopher Chin, Deeper Blue

"A simple - but ravishingly beautiful - natural history film a la 'March of the Penguins" Ron Foley, Atlantic Film Festival

"If you aren't enarmoured of sharks before you see Sharkwater, you will be after" Melora Koepke, Hour.ca

"A high-action drama filled with edge-of-your-seat moments. A must-see for anyone concerned with the plight of our oceans and our world" 4.5 Stars Tribute Magazine

"For environmentalists, the film is a must see; for everyone else, Sharkwater is gripping storytelling, a kind of cross between the sheer biological poetry of 'Winged Migration' and engaged politics of 'Bowling for Columbine'" Ron Macdonald. infomonkey.net

"If you fail to be moved by this movie, something is terribly wrong" 4.5 Stars Patrick Blennerhasset, Victoria News

"It's an incredible, incredible documentary" Harvey Levin, guest host Larry King Live

"The most awesome documentary ever" Moon Yun, Ain't It Cool News

"A gorgeous documentary. Sublime. Some of the most beautiful footage of sharks ever recorded. A documentary with a social conscience and a scientific agenda" 4.5 Stars Bruce Kirkland

"A fascinating, gorgeously photographed documentary" 4 Michael D.Reid, Victoria Times-Colonist

"High drama. What Stewart went through during filming... is worthy of its own movie" 4.5 stars John Griffen, The Montreal Gazette

"A truly exciting documentary. The cinematopgraphy is top-notch" 3.5 stars Vanessa Farqusharson, The National Post

"Stewart's footage is superb... an eco-upset tale as complex and cautionary as 'Darwin's Nightmare'" David Rooney, Variety