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The people and ideas shaping the way we think about our natural and human-made spaces, design, art and photography and more in Canada

New digital storytelling initiative explores the flu vaccine

(Photo: Carmin Edwards)

Photo: Carmin Edwards
The first interview in our Colour the Trails series
Totem poles in Thunderbird Park in Victoria, BC

Thunderbird Park in Victoria, B.C. (Photo: Betty Dingwell/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Betty Dingwell/Can Geo Photo Club
Stories from the Magic Canoe of Wa'xaid tells the stories of the experience, suffering and survival of Cecil Paul, a Xenaksiala elder. 

WATSON, directed by Lesley Chilcott.

The Impact Series platform is streaming WATSON, directed by Lesley Chilcott, which documents the exploits of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder, Paul Watson
Jan Morris at coast

Writer and historian Jan Morris has died at the age of 94 (Photo: Tom Jamieson/The New York Times).

Photo: Tom Jamieson/The New York Times
Canadian Geographic looks back on the life of the 2020 Royal Canadian Geographical Society recipient of the Lawrence J. Burpee Medal

What will be on the next $5 bill? (Photo: Bank of Canada Museum)

Photo: Bank of Canada Museum
With eight names on the slate for the new bill, what geographical features should make the shortlist?
A diver takes photos of a coral reef underwater
Photo: Eduardo Baena/Can Geo Photo Club
Based on the film documentary of the same name, The Third Dive looks to expose the circumstances around Rob Stewart's untimely death.
Allenby: Making of the Modern Middle East by C. Brad Faught

Historian C. Brad Faught's new book brings clarity to Edmund Allenby's decisive impact on British imperial policy in today's Middle East. (Photo: Courtesy of C. Brad Faught; Book cover: Courtesy of I.B. Tauris)

Allenby: Making of the Modern Middle East by C. Brad Faught
Insights from historian C. Brad Faught's new book on Edmund Allenby, the principal British military figure in the Middle East during the First World War.
Alex Trebek speaks at a podium

Alex Trebek gave his remarks at a VIP reception celebrating the official opening of Canada’s Centre for Geography and Exploration May 13, 2019 in Ottawa. (Photo: Andrew Lessard/Canadian Geographic)

(Photo: Andrew Lessard/Canadian Geographic)
Remembering Alex Trebek's legacy through stories of his work
An illustration of Paul Brandt and his child holding up a fish

Illustration: Felicia Cristea/Can Geo

Illustration: Felicia Cristea/Can Geo
The country musician reminisces about family connections and nature on Alberta’s Bow River
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