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First ever map provides social-ecological view of Canada’s lakes

Developed by researchers from the Université de Montréal, the new map examines the health of lakes in 11 southern Canadian ecozones

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Mapping Queen Elizabeth II’s royal tours of Canada

Queen Elizabeth II visited Canada more than any other Commonwealth nation. Here’s a colourful look at where she went and how Canadians greeted their monarch.

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Contrary connections: Mapping Canada’s rural-urban internet divide

How Canada’s rural-urban internet divide determines which communities can tap into an efficient internet network

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Our land: Mapping Nitassinan

An Innu school board has created a map to pass on intergenerational knowledge to schoolchildren

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Ocean Week: Howe Sound community creates interactive map protecting ecological, economic and cultural values

The 400-layer map will connect communities, celebrate culture and share data to protect the Howe Sound ecosystem

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Mark Jeffery holds one of his goodwoodglobes prototypes at his home in Rossland, B.C.

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Meet the B.C. software developer who wants to bring back the globe

Inside the campaign to make the Earth spherical again

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Ex Coelis mountain Alberta

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Our home and grateful land

An interactive mapping project compiles the nation’s geographic memorials to Canada’s role in global conflicts

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Chronicling “an almost unknown country”

The legacy of artist Paul Kane‘s epic 19th-century journey across Canada

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Map of Eastern Canada, and Joey Smallwood

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Confederation conflict

How a divisive political battle put Newfoundland on the map

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Interactive map showcases traditional Indigenous lands across continents

Users can learn about the Indigenous territories, languages and treaties of the cities they live in with just a few clicks

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Vouchercloud's map of the top tourist attraction in every country. Explore a larger version of the map here.

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Every country’s top tourist attraction, mapped

Niagara Falls is Canada's can't-miss attraction, according to TripAdvisor U.K. users

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Six new ways to map the world

In his new book, social geographer Alastair Bonnett promises 50 maps unlike any you've ever seen. Here's a look at six of our favourites.

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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).

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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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The shape of ice: Mapping North America’s glaciers

North America was created by ice, and its legacy covers the landscape

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Mapping project aims to make Canada’s trails more accessible

Phase One of Trans Canada Trail accessibility mapping project complete thanks to para athletic power

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A plastic pandemic: The results of COVID-19 PPE pollution

The mismanagement of personal protective equipment waste is contributing to environmental degradation

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The ants go marching one by one: social distancing in the animal kingdom

While we struggle to implement coordinated responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, many species show extreme commitment to preventing the spread of disease — and even sacrifice

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A changing land

Land cover change maps can help us determine our impact on the land — and how we can mitigate it in the future

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64% of global agricultural land at risk of pesticide pollution

Asia and Europe revealed as having regions at high-risk of pesticide pollution

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How Arctic sea ducks develop herd immunity from avian cholera

To wildlife disease ecologists, an ideal place to test ideas about herd immunity is Mitivik Island, Nunavut

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Saving hope: One at-risk ocean hotspot at a time

Charting “Hope Spots” critical to the health of our planet’s oceans

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New mangrove forest mapping tool puts conservation in reach of coastal communities

Mangroves provide a range of benefits, including protection from storms and the prevention of coastal erosion

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Dam break

Construction of the crucial Hogs Back Dam on Ottawa's Rideau Canal almost thwarted engineers

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Our five favourite features in the new Apple Maps

iPhone and Mac users across Canada will notice drastic changes to Apple Maps following a massive update pushed to devices yesterday

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Sewage surveillance: How scientists track and identify diseases like COVID-19 before they spread

Sewage testing can be used for early detection of disease

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A map of Toronto that is colour coded based on certain criteria

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The geographer that mapped the cities within the city

Urban geographer Liam McGuire on how he used maps to illustrate growing inequalities in Canadian cities

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COVID-19 vaccine might require compounds from shark liver

Squalene, a compound found in shark liver oil, is a common ingredient used in vaccines to boost the body’s immune response 

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Canadian company creates portable hospital rooms out of shipping containers

The portable hospital rooms made by Hamilton, Ont.-based company, Fero International, may aid in the frontline response to COVID-19

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Emergency services using precise three-word locator system

What3Words app gives 3m squares an identifying series of words, across the world

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Researchers uncover flaws in studies linking COVID-19 mortality to air pollution

Two Canadian researchers studied the studies to see if the science was sound

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Iconic rock

While its pyramid peak is almost instantly recognizable, Mount Assiniboine is also an excellent example of the general characteristics of all Canadian mountains

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Seismic trackers record 50 per cent drop in noise during COVID-19

Scientists are calling it the 'anthropause'

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‘Absolutely catastrophic:’ Hit hard by pandemic, ecotourism needs help

Remote locations and international clientele make the industry particularly vulnerable

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Mapping Canada’s mask-mandatory businesses

Industrial engineer Cheryl White uses visual problem-solving and team engagement techniques in her day job. Now she’s using them to crowdsource a national mapping project.

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In their own words: an interactive map shares the stories of Sixties Scoop survivors

After years of work, the Sixties Scoop Network has launched their interactive mapping platform In our own Words: Mapping the Sixties Scoop Diaspora.

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Winnipeg Food Atlas

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Exploring the new Winnipeg Food Atlas

The interactive map is helping local health authorities see the city differently, including charting diabetes neighbourhood by neighbourhood

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Mapping the threat status of wild Atlantic salmon

Groups protecting Atlantic salmon spawning grounds on Canada’s East Coast have a new view of the problems facing the prized species

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How Canadian cities are adapting to COVID-19

Six urban planning experts share their views on municipal actions during COVID-19

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Epidemiologist’s book on pandemics takes an interdisciplinary look at the spread of diseases

David Waltner-Toews speaks about his updated book On Pandemics: Deadly Diseases from Bubonic Plague to Coronavirus

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Five conservation experts weigh in on the future for wildlife post-COVID-19

The slowdown of human activity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to some surprising benefits for wildlife conservation. Can we keep them going after the danger has passed?

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How Canada’s zoos are adapting to COVID-19 realities

Animal care, public education continue to be top priorities in spite of major revenue losses

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Conservation efforts mostly halted during COVID-19 pandemic

Organizations say it’s too early to determine long-term effects

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Opinion: Nature didn’t drop this bomb. We dropped it on nature

The SARS outbreak of 2003 showed us the consequences of environmental degradation and the commodification of wild animals. Why hasn’t anything changed? 

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COVID-19 will delay arrival of migrant workers, cause problems in supply chain

Only about 50 per cent of asparagus crops will be harvested this year due to delays in migrant workers arriving 

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Keep calm and tulip on: Canadian Tulip Festival goes virtual during COVID-19

Although much of the live festival programming has been cancelled due to the pandemic, flower fans will still be able to celebrate online

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From air pollution to wildlife sightings: How COVID-19 is changing our world

The pandemic has already had a dramatic impact on the economy and environment, and may even offer clues as to how to more effectively address climate change

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7 ways Canadians are contributing to the fight against COVID-19

Vaccines, treatments and virus mapping are all underway

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Inuit communities consulted in plans for low-impact Arctic shipping routes

Changes were recommended for environmental and community benefits, ship safety

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Q&A: Tom Koch on disease mapping and medical geography

‘Maps aren't magic,’ says University of British Columbia prof — but during disease outbreaks, they can help us sort good information from bad

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Researchers are using AI to track gentrification across Ottawa

Thanks to machine learning, researchers have been able to monitor and map gentrification across the nation’s capital 

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Celebrating 60 years of the St. Lawrence Seaway

North America’s marine superhighway has weathered six decades of shifting international and domestic politics, trade breakdowns and new alliances, booms and recessions 

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Juno Beach map and Canadian soldiers

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The map that guided Canada’s D-Day clash

Marking the 75th anniversary of the Juno Beach landings

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Map of Segezha, northwestern Russia

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Canada’s first cold war

How Canadians went from fighting Germans in Europe to battling Bolsheviks in Russia after the First World War

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Gatineau Park forest-cover map

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The map that helped preserve Gatineau Park

This colourful forest-cover map, completed in 1974, provided invaluable information for the management of the National Capital Region’s cherished park

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Mapping the Ottawa River, ‘the original Trans-Canada Highway’

The Ottawa River is the heart of one of Canada’s most ecologically and economically important watersheds 

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Mapping Indigenous languages in Canada

See where 60 languages belonging to 12 language families are being used right now

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Colleen Cardinal Cree Indigenous rights activist 60s Scoop survivor

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Interview: Mapping the displacement of 60s Scoop adoptees

Indigenous rights activist and 60s Scoop survivor Colleen Cardinal discusses her project to map the Indigenous adoptee diaspora

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Adam Shoalts A history of Canada in 10 maps

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10 maps that made Canada

In A History of Canada in 10 Maps: Epic Stories of Charting a Mysterious Land, Adam Shoalts delves into the fascinating stories behind the people and maps that helped shape a nation  

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Samuel de Champlain’s cartographic debt

Although often unheralded in accounts of Champlain's accomplishments, Indigenous Peoples played an important role in helping the famous explorer map New France

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One of two maps of Treaty 8 territory submitted as evidence in West Moberly First Nations

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When geography and the law collide

A case decided this week by the Supreme Court of British Columbia was, in essence, all about geography

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Mapping Canada’s intact forests

Species richness in Canada’s remaining intact forests

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The Inuit map that helped a Canadian naturalist unravel an ornithological mystery

In 1929, J. Dewey Soper’s quest to find the breeding grounds of the blue goose ended, thanks in part to this marvelously detailed hand-drawn map

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How the Great Trail interactive map is linking communities and changing exploration

As Canada's most famous trail celebrates its near completion, Esri Canada president Alex Miller discusses the ambitious trail map that is helping Canadians get outdoors

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Interactive map tells weather forecast entirely in emojis

Today's weather: smiley with a chance of umbrellas

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The National Capital Commission's plan for Ottawa by 2067

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Mapping the future of Canada’s capital

As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, the National Capital Commission is helping to plan how Ottawa will evolve over the next half-century

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A cartographic historian on the fascinating world of ancient maps and sea monsters

Chet Van Duzer, a cartographic historian and the author of Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps analyses Paolo Forlani's 1560 world map – the first known instance of the name "Canada" appearing on a printed map

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Canada’s Indigenous lands added to Google Maps, Google Earth

A new update allows users to view 3,100 Indigenous communities and treaty settlement lands

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Mapping the Lancaster Sound National Marine Conservation Area

Two visions of the landmark proposed marine protected region

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