Features

BROUGHTONS IN THE BALANCE
Salmon runs are failing and grizzlies seem to be on the move in the islands between B.C.’s mainland and northern Vancouver Island. What’s going on in the Broughton Archipelago?
Online Exclusive: Read about the recovery of whale populations and whale tourism in the Broughtons

PROMISED LANDS
Uprooted repeatedly by development projects, the Oujé-Bougoumou Cree wandered boreal Quebec for 70 years before finding a permanent home. For some, the journey continues.
Online Exclusive: Explore an interactive map of select community relocations across the country, including the story behind each relocation, as well as photos and videos

OPERATION CARIBBE
Canada’s mission: choke off the flow of cocaine and other drugs in the eastern Pacific Ocean
Online Exclusive: See more photos from Operation Caribbe

CHARTING THE LAKEHEAD
Can a map tell a story? Canadian Geographic sent cartographer Chris Brackley to Lake Superior to answer that question

Departments

BIG PICTURE
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

EXPOSURE
Showcasing our photo community

IN A SNAP
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

ON THE MAP
Charting Terry Fox’s monumental Marathon of Hope 40 years after it began in St. John’s

DISCOVERY

Interview
Author, conservationist and nature-deficit expert Richard Louv on the importance of connecting with nature
Online Exclusive: Read an extended version of this interview

Wildlife
Blue whale tickers, bison returns, ringed seal status and more

Place
The new Churchill Marine Observatory is set to yield fresh insights into Arctic water and ice

History
The first map to frame Quebec in the language of its people

Infographic
The macroplastics in our oceans are having mega consequences

YOUR SOCIETY
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

COMING UP
In May/June 2020 we profile Phyllis Webstad, residential school survivor and founder of the Orange Shirt Society, and more

OUR COUNTRY
Singer-songwriter Alex Cuba on why moving to Smithers, B.C., was the best decision of his life