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Vancouver’s hidden yin-yang

Exploring the streets of Vancouver with bestselling author Bill Arnott in anticipation of his new book, A Perfect Day for a Walk

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Toronto has one of the most photographed skylines in the world

Here’s where to go to get the ultimate shot

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Travel

8 great virtual vacations to take from your couch

With domestic and international tourism on hold for the foreseeable future, we’ve rounded up some of the best ways to experience top Canadian and U.S. destinations without ever leaving home

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Mapping

Our best maps of 2018

Cartographic highlights from Canadian Geographic’s 2018 issues

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Close up image of the Sam Greer's hand drawn letter and land claim. The claim would have included all of what is now Kits Beach and Kits Point (not Vanier Park).

Mapping

How a small, hand-drawn Vancouver map sold at auction for $24,000

Brian Grant Duff from All Nations Stamp and Coin explains the controversial land claim made by Irish settler Sam Greer on what is today known as Kits Beach

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Downtown Vancouver looking toward the North Shore Mountains circa 1936.

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Throwback Thursday: Vancouver then and now

A look at how the Canadian Geographical Journal covered Vancouver’s 50th birthday

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The last voyage of Captain James Cook

Canada’s Pacific coast took tangible shape after a visit from one of history’s most famous navigators

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