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Wreck of famed Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton’s last ship, found in Labrador Sea

Quest found

An expedition led by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society found the vessel intact and upright at a depth of 390 metres

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Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

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Hand talk: Reclaiming Plains Indian Sign Language

Plains Indian Sign Language was used by generations of Indigenous Peoples to communicate across languages and landscapes. Now, it’s being reclaimed. 

  • 3483 words
  • 14 minutes

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Listen to Here & There, our new travel podcast hosted and produced by award-winning feature writer, broadcaster and podcaster, Liz Beatty. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts for deep-dive documentaries that will change the way you see places in Canada and around the world.

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Languages of the Land

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People & Culture

Languages of the land: Emma Stevens on kesalul, I love you

In the fifth part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the Mi’kmaq singer speaks to Canadian Geographic on love, music and language

  • 522 words
  • 3 minutes

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Languages of the land: Aluki Kotierk on Inunnguiniq, parenting

In the fourth part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and recently elected vice-chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, speaks to Canadian Geographic on learning to be a good human and the importance of recognizing Inuktut as an official language

  • 599 words
  • 3 minutes
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People & Culture

Languages of the land: Tsé Itzoh/Louise Profeit-LeBlanc on soh thun, dealing with life

In the third part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the storyteller, artist and choreographer speaks to Canadian Geographic on life’s teachings and working together

  • 801 words
  • 4 minutes

People & Culture

Languages of the land: Aimée Craft on mino-bimaadiziwin, the good life

 In the second part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the Anishinaabe-Métis academic, lawyer, artist and changemaker speaks to Canadian Geographic on understanding Anishinaabe concepts by speaking the language

  • 690 words
  • 3 minutes
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People & Culture

Languages of the land: celebrating National Indigenous Languages Day

Languages represent entire worlds of knowledge and meaning. This Indigenous Languages Day, Chief Perry Bellegarde, Honorary President of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, introduces a new CanGeo digital series celebrating Indigenous languages from across the lands and waters we call Canada.

  • 514 words
  • 3 minutes

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How the Farmerettes helped win the Second World War with Alison Lawrence

Episode 84

The actor, playwright and author discusses her upcoming play about the young women who kept Ontario’s farms running during the Second World War

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