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Canadian Geographic September/October 2018 issue

Cover options for the September/October issue of Canadian Geographic. Although the bison won the audience vote, the Can Geo team decided to go with the first option. Read on to find out why.

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Canadian Geographic July/August 2018 issue

Cover options for the July/August issue of Canadian Geographic. Option one won with 43 per cent of the audience vote. (Photos, left and middle: The Calgary Stampede; right: Jenn Fast/Canadian Geographic)

Photos, left and middle: The Calgary Stampede; right: Jenn Fast/Can Geo
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Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna met with Canadian Geographic editor Aaron Kylie and other members of the Can Geo editorial team in January to brainstorm ideas for the November/December 2018 issue.

Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna met with Canadian Geographic editor Aaron Kylie and other members of the Can Geo editorial team in January to brainstorm ideas for the November/December 2018 issue. (Photo: Alexandra Pope/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Alexandra Pope/Canadian Geographic
Canadian Geographic will collaborate with McKenna on exclusive content for the November/December 2018 issue 
Canadian Geographic May/June 2018 issue

Option one, by Robin and Arlene Karpan, was the unanimous favourite of voters and staff for the cover of the May/June 2018 issue of Canadian Geographic.

Canadian Geographic May/June 2018 issue
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Magazine to look for evidence of racist language and attitudes in every issue published since 1930 and report on its findings
Groundbreaking new educational resource coming this summer
the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's bentwood box by Luke Marston

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's bentwood box. Designed and carved by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, the box travelled the country with the commission and received offerings from residential school survivors symbolizing their journeys toward healing. It appears on the cover of Canadian Geographic's November/December 2017 issue. (Photo: Thomas Fricke/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Thomas Fricke/Canadian Geographic
Why we decided Coast Salish artist Luke Marston's bentwood box should be front and centre of our Indigenous issue
January/February 2018 cover

Cover options for the January/February issue of Canadian Geographic. Option three was the clear winner, earning 48 per cent of the audience vote. (Photos, left to right: Gary and Joanie McGuffin, Robin O’Neill and Nick Hawkins)

January/February 2018 cover
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Cover options for Winter 2017 Canadian Geographic Travel issue

Cover options for the Winter 2017-18 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel. Option one was the clear winner, nabbing 47 per cent of the audience vote. (Photos: Javier Frutos/Canadian Geographic)

Photos: Javier Frutos/Canadian Geographic
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