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Aerial view of Seely beach and newly constructed portion of Fundy Parkway looking West

An aerial view of Seely beach and a newly constructed portion of the Fundy Parkway, looking west. The Fundy Footpath, which follows the rugged coastline of the Bay, is the ultimate way to experience the beauty of this Atlantic Canadian landmark on foot. (Photo: Nick Hawkins/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Nick Hawkins/Canadian Geographic
This narrow, rock-strewn track along New Brunswick's Fundy coast is recommended for only the most prepared hikers — but those who brave it are amply rewarded
Northern gannets in Gaspé

A close encounter with a colony of squabbling northern gannets in Quebec's Gaspé region was among Can Geo managing editor Nick Walker's favourite travel experiences of 2017. Read on for all our editors' picks, from getting scared silly at Universal Studios in Florida to dining on oysters in picturesque St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick. (Photo: Nick Walker/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Nick Walker/Canadian Geographic
Can Geo editors reveal their favourite destinations and travel experiences from the past year to help inspire your next adventure in Canada and beyond
Clyde River, Nunavut

A still from a video clip shot in Clyde River, Nunavut aboard One Ocean Expeditions' vessel Akademik Ioffe. Father-son photography team Martin Gregus and Martin Gregus Jr. have made it their mission to travel Canada, documenting its places and people and sharing them with the world. (Image courtesy One50Canada Society)

Image courtesy One50Canada Society
A father-son photography team from B.C. set out to document Canada's landscapes, wildlife, people and traditions
Revealing the best photographs of 2017 from Can Geo's Photo Club members
a prairie chicken dancer and his daughter at Wanuskewin Heritage Park

T.J. Warren, a prairie chicken dancer, and his daughter Omiyosiw Nazbah Warren, a jingle dress dancer, visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park for a ceremony. (Photo: Tourism Saskatoon)

Photo: Tourism Saskatoon
The cultural site near Saskatoon is working to connect non-Indigenous and Indigenous people to 6,000 years of the region’s First Nations heritage
Whistler village by Zoe Ducklow

Whistler village has plenty to offer non-skiers looking for fun and relaxation in the mountains. (Photo: Zoë Ducklow/Canadian Geographic Travel)

Photo: Zoë Ducklow/Canadian Geographic
Whistler is world-renowned for its powder, but the picturesque mountain village has plenty going on off the slopes as well
the best maps Canadian Geographic published in 2017
Cartographic highlights from Canadian Geographic's 2017 issues and special publications
science, arctic, whale

The dorsal fin of an adult humpback whale is satellite tagged to transmit the whale’s position and behaviour for approximately one month, part of Ari Friedlander's research supported by One Ocean Expeditions. (Photo: One Ocean Expeditions)

Photo: One Ocean Expeditions
Andrew Prossin, managing director of the Canadian expedition cruise operator, discusses polar science, the Victoria Strait Expedition and more 
Christmas cheer in NYC

Holiday cheer in New York City. (Photo: Marley White)

Photo: Marley White
Already skated the Roc, enjoyed a carriage ride around Central Park and fought the crowds at Macy's Herald Square? Here are more ways to celebrate the festive season in the Big Apple. 
Colourful cowboy boots displayed on shelves in Amarillo Texas by Zach Baranowski

Photo: Zach Baranowski/Canadian Geographic Travel

Photo: Zach Baranowski/Canadian Geographic
From the canyonlands to the rodeo culture, the thriving arts scene to the small but distinguished wine region, the Texas Panhandle is full of surprises
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