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OUR LAND, OUR STRENGTH
Reflecting on 20 years of Canada’s newest territory, Nunavut
Online Exclusive: Read the 1999 Canadian Geographic story that celebrated the creation of Nunavut

VOLCANO ALLEY
Unbeknownst to the millions who pass through them every year, the mountains of southwestern British Columbia form an active volcanic region that could be on the brink of cataclysmic change
Online Exclusive: Learn how the volcanic record in B.C.’s Garibaldi Volcanic Belt could harbour clues to past climates

PARK PROTECTORS
Six species at risk that the unsung heroes of Parks Canada are striving to save

TOUT LE MONDE À TABLE
Welcome to the Quinan Wild Game Evening and Auction, an annual Nova Scotian tradition celebrating local Acadian and Indigenous connections to the land
Online Exclusive: Chef Michael Hunter from Toronto's Antler Kitchen & Bar shares his favourite wild game recipes

THE INN THAT BUILT TOFINO
How a tiny town on the edge of the continent went from stormy outpost to revered eco-tourism hot spot
Online Exclusive: Find out how Parks Canada's CoastSmart program is helping to keep Pacific storm watchers and surfers safe

‘IT’S KIND OF WHAT I IMAGINE OUTER SPACE TO BE LIKE’
Exploring the underwater world beneath the frozen surface of Ontario’s Georgian Bay
Online Exclusive: Watch a video of freediving under the ice of Georgian Bay

THE EARTH WALL
50 Sussex, Canada’s Centre for Geography and Exploration, is home to the country’s only Google Earth Wall, technology that allows you to explore Canada and the globe in new ways — and on a grand scale
Online Exclusives - Explore the Voyager stories:
Diving into the planet’s water resources with Jill Heinerth
Indigenous cultural heritage
Residential schools in Canada
Canada’s original place names

Departments

Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Exposure
Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

Polar blog
The program that gave Canada’s northern scientists their start

On the map
Exploring cartography
Online Exclusive: Explore an interactive map showing how human activity is impacting Arctic marine mammals

DISCOVERY

Interview
Darrell Bricker and John Ibbitson on global population decline, the topic of their new book Empty Planet
Online Exclusive: Read an extended version of this interview

Wildlife
Grizzlies on cam, lavender genomes, CWD appears in the East and more

History
How a political battle put Newfoundland on the map

Place
The northern Saskatchewan grocery store keeping old traditions alive
Online Exclusive: See more photos of Robertson Trading Co.'s past and present

Infographic
Monarch-saving milkweed is going into parkas, pain meds and more

YOUR SPACE

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What’s This
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YOUR SOCIETY
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Next Issue
May/June 2019 examines the state of the nation’s suburbs and showcases this year’s RCGS-flagged expeditions

Our Country: Kim Coates
Actor Kim Coates explains his newfound appreciation for Saskatchewan’s Wanuskewin Heritage Park