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Photos: Exploring majestic hidden glacier caves in the Canadian Rockies

Formed in varying shapes and sizes, these glacier caves create the “perfect playground for photographers”

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Remote paradise: The wonder of B.C.’s Triangle Island

Off the northwest tip of Vancouver Island, an isolated speck of “inhospitable” land is home and sanctuary to millions of seabirds

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Introducing the inaugural Trebek Initiative grantees

The new RCGS program supports emerging environmental storytellers

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8 amazing places to visit for epic views of the Canadian Rockies

You don’t have to spend days hiking up and down steep slopes to make the most of your mountain experience. Check out our picks for the most scenic and accessible spots in the Canadian Rockies.

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5 epic journeys for photography enthusiasts

Hone your skills on these five intimate experiences led by some of Canada’s top adventure photography pros 

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Notes from the field: Saskatchewan Whooping Cranes

RCGS Travel Ambassador Carol Patterson recounts her experience observing these legendary birds on a Canadian Geographic Adventure

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Ice canoeing in Quebec City

Navigating chunks of ice in frigid temperatures, Robin Esrock recounts his thrilling experience ice canoeing on the St. Lawrence River

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1,000* things to do in the 1000 Islands

*Okay, just six — but it’s a start toward exploring this expansive border-straddling region of rocky islands, sparkling coves and hidden history

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10 ways to celebrate spooky season in Ontario

From where to get the best pumpkin donuts, to the most horrific haunted houses, these events will set you up for a spooktacular Halloween

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9 reasons why you don’t need skis to enjoy Banff

From forest bathing to historic hotels, Canada’s iconic winter wonderland has more to offer than fresh powder

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Wendake – Illuminating the past, present and future of Indigenous tourism

Less than a 15-minute drive from the heart of Quebec City, Wendake is an exceptional place that combines tradition with the modern day 

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New Brunswick’s wildest adventure: Hiking the millennia-old Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail

An ancient Mi’gmaq migration route that follows the Nepisiguit River’s winding route to the salt waters of Chaleur Bay, the Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail is now one of the world’s best adventure trails

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How to spend a weekend in Ottawa

A handy Bucket Listed tip sheet of what to see and do in the nation’s capital 

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10 of the most luxurious cabins in Canada

Immerse yourself into these sleek contemporary Canadian retreats as you gather inspiration for your next summer getaway

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Hans Island accord: Making history at 50 Sussex

The location for the signing — the Ottawa headquarters of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society — was perfect for the purpose

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Excerpt from Gone Viking II: Beyond Boundaries

An excerpt from Bill Arnott’s follow up to best selling travelogue Gone Viking: A Travel Saga

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Somewhere Inn Calabogie: A cottage experience in a motel

This one’s for the weekend warriors

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Our Country: Peter Mansbridge on his love for the North

The retired news anchor recalls the emotions he felt while sailing through the Northwest Passage

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Après 50 ans de multiculturalisme : Qui est le gardien/la gardienne de l’identité canadienne ?

La professeure Anna Triandafylllidou se penche sur un projet de mise en récit numérique où 28 étudiants de deuxième cycle de partout au Canada étaient invités à répondre à la question : Qui suis-je ?

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50 years of multiculturalism: Who is gate-keeping Canadianness?

Professor Anna Triandafyllidou reflects on a digital storytelling project that saw 28 graduate students from across Canada answer the question: Who am I?

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Preserving the world’s most memorable cocktail

When it comes to the Sourtoe Cocktail, only the drinker is shaken and stirred

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A five-stop historical tour of Kelowna — the grizzly bear city

Beaches, peaches, silver mines and history — this B.C. city does it all with a modern, urban twist.

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Seeing the Arctic through an artist’s eyes

Cory Trépanier doesn’t just paint the Arctic; he makes it come alive

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From the archives: Frozen feat — a personal account of the 1925 expedition to conquer Mount Logan

The journey a master mountaineer described “one of the strangest ventures of my life.”

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How to craft a canoe

A visit to Miramichi Canoes in Doaktown, N.B. is a master class in the craft of canoe building and an introduction to life and lore in “The Miramichi”

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The life-changing magic of a bucket list

The great thing about bucket lists is that they change and grow with us. What’s on your list?

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A hidden gem in every province and territory

In the throes of a Canadian summer, here’s a collection of some interesting and under-the-radar adventures to add bite to your bucket list. 

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Is it safe to travel again?

Bucket Listed blogger Robin Esrock weighs in on risk and rewards

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11 new entries to the Canadian bucket list

Add one of these incredible new experiences to your next Canadian adventure

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Bucket Listed: Canada’s grand railway hotels

Rival railway companies competed to attract visitors with hotels that recall Scottish castles, Bavarian fairy-tales, and the opulent French chateaux

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Essential Itinerary: Exploring Indigenous culture in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Called Bawating by the Anishinaabe, there’s so much to explore in this “place of rapids”

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Come full circle: Walking P.E.I.’s answer to the Camino de Santiago

Prince Edward Island’s answer to the famed Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain, the Island Walk is a lesser known (for now) 700-kilometre journey that circumnavigates the island

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14 unique Canadian hotels you need to experience

Sometimes, the hotel is the destination

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What will travel look like in 2022?

As the second anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic approaches and the world grapples with another new variant, travellers and tourism operators face challenges and opportunities

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“Survivorman” Les Stroud on the Les Stroud knife

“So yes – this is a review of the Helle Temagami, 10th Anniversary model, written by the guy who designed it. Spoiler alert: I may be a little biased.”

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7 of the best winter drives in Canada

The nation’s coolest road trips — literally

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Corona Canada’s epic “Officer of Natural Wonder” road trip champions the nation’s natural beauty

Brewed with water and natural ingredients, Corona wants to encourage Canadians to responsibly experience the country’s natural wonders

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Dianne Whelan on the Trans Canada Trail

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Six years, 470 hours of film, 100 journals, 24,000 kilometres: Tracing the Trans Canada Trail

Filmmaker Dianne Whelan has become the first person to complete the Trans Canada Trail in its entirety. Here, she shares insights from her epic cross-country journey. 

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6 pandemic travel trends that should continue after COVID

Since the pandemic started, travellers have been discovering the world in new ways — and that’s a good thing

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Live Owl Exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa

 New outdoor exhibition presents six raptors — and tons of fun owl facts

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How to plan a Canadian bucket list road trip

Top tips for hitting the highway across the country

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The Return of Canada’s Summer Festivals

The joy of celebrating close to home

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