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Study reveals how Canadian songbirds change their bodies during migration

Researchers at Western University’s Advanced Facility for Avian Research explore how much songbirds’ bodies can change to fly higher when migrating

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March/April 2024




Knowing Nuna

As the territory turns 25, a call for an Inuit self-determined future in Nunavut

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The untold story of the “Canadian Mayflower:” A family roots journey in Nova Scotia

A pilgrimage to Kejimkujik reveals centuries-old connections between descendants of Nova Scotia’s first Scottish settlers and the Mi’kmaq who saved them 

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Here comes the sun: Canada’s first astronomical observatory

Fredericton, home to the William Brydone Jack Observatory, will be one of the few Canadian cities to experience the total solar eclipse that crosses North America on April 8

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The otter, the urchin and the Haida

As the sea otter begins its long-overdue return to Haida Gwaii, careful plans are being laid to welcome them — and to preserve a prosperous shellfish harvest

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Our Country: Kim Thúy 

The acclaimed novelist on experiencing both kindness and lots of trips to the zoo in Granby, Que.

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Announcing the winners of the 2023 Canadian Photos of the Year competition

Canadian Geographic is proud to recognize 13 outstanding photographers who captured some of the best images of 2023

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“Do it like your granny did it:” Candice Batista on what it really means to live sustainably

The environmental journalist and television personality dives into the complexities of sustainable living in a new book

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