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RCGS Fellow and naturalist Brian Keating on our natural world

Episode 79

Journey around the planet in this Explore episode with stories and insights from one of Canada’s most well-travelled wilderness adventurers

  • 49 minutes

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Laval St. Germain: Mountains, oceans and the Arctic

Episode 78

The RCGS Fellow and extreme adventurer talks about his epic journeys across the globe from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean to the top of Mount Everest

  • 59 minutes

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Passing the Mic, Part 3 — The students of Netsilik School, Taloyoak, Nunavut

Episode 77

Inuit youth from Canada’s most northerly community share their stories using their own voices and words

  • 18 minutes

People & Culture

Passing the Mic, Part 2 — Taloyoak throat singers and hunters

Episode 76

In the second of three episodes from Taloyoak, Nunavut, podcast host David McGuffin speaks with young throat singers Joyce Ashevak and Martha Neeveacheak, as well as their classmate, hunter Roger Oleekatalik

  • 27 minutes

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Passing the Mic, Part 1 — Nunavut’s viral TikTok Mayor Lenny Aqigiaq Panigayak

Episode 75

In the first of three episodes from Taloyoak, podcast host David McGuffin speaks with Mayor Lenny Panigayak, who shares stories about embracing traditional Inuit life, his social media platform, being out on the land and more

  • 21 minutes

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Languages of the land: Odeshkun Thusky on zaagi’idiwin, love

In the sixth part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the Anishinabeg dancer and drummer speaks to Canadian Geographic on love, hope and the importance of preserving language

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8 awesome things that happened at the 2023 RCGS Geographica Dinner — plus photos!

The Royal Canadian Geographical Society’s 94th annual Geographica Dinner was a celebration of the power of geography, exploration and the accomplishments of the past year

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Remembering former RCGS president Pierre Camu

Camu, who died Sept. 5, 2023 at the age of 100, served as president of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society for 10 years — part of a long and illustrious career in geography

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“Mentorship is magical:” James Cameron, Joe MacInnis celebrate exploration, friendship at the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Canadian-born filmmaker and deep-sea explorer James Cameron helped celebrate his lifelong friend and mentor Dr. Joe MacInnis with a day of events at Canada’s Centre for Geography and Exploration

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RCGS announces Mario Rigby as new Explorer-in-Residence

The eco-explorer discusses his new role with the Society and the importance of sustainable travel

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La Société géographique royale du Canada (SGRC) annonce la nomination de Mario Rigby à titre de nouvel Explorateur en résidence

L’écoexplorateur discute de son nouveau rôle au sein de la Société et de l’importance du tourisme durable

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As the RCAF turns 100, Cyle Daniels begins their own journey with the storied service

 A century after its creation, the RCAF is evolving to create space for Indigenous youth

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Georgian Bay: The mise-en-scène where the modern day scoot evolved over the last century

Indigenous ingenuity shines through in this century-old mode of winter transportation, a marvel of design perfectly suited to the challenges of snowy landscapes, ice, and open water. Behold the scoot.

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Aki Kikinomakaywin: “learning on the land”

At the Aki Kikinomakaywin culture camp, Anishinaabe youth weave worldviews together, connecting with their culture and learning to see themselves in the Western sciences

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Inuit-developed app is helping Indigenous communities harness data to make their own decisions

Named after the Inuktitut word for “sea ice”, the mobile app SIKU is helping hunters, trappers and other land users in the North share environmental information

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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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Team Canada wins silver and bronze at the International Geography Olympiad

Ontario students uphold Canada’s legacy of excellence at annual student competition held in Indonesia

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Malaysian Chef Alex Chen makes Vancouver’s Michelin List

The Food Network Canada judge discusses how he found his passion for food, the backstory of his restaurant Boulevard and the key to his continued success as one of the country’s top chefs

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With each stroke, a breath

How a journey through the Great Lakes helped reshape my relationship with water after the loss of my father

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A conversation with RCGS Explorer-in-Residence Jill Heinerth

The RCGS Explorer-in-Residence discusses the underwater world of cave diving, the risks involved, pushing boundaries and more 

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  • 7 minutes

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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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Biinaagami: A call to revitalize our waters

Announcing a new initiative to connect to and protect the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence watershed

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Carrying our culture: New CBC series examines what it means to be Asian Canadian

In honour of Asian Heritage Month, CBC Quebec journalists asked Asian Canadians how they carry their culture

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Setting the South Pole speed record with Caroline Coté

Episode 68

The polar explorer and endurance athlete discusses what kept her going during her record-breaking expedition, challenges she faced, and her favourite place in Canada 

  • 52 minutes

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Arctic Awe with Pascale Marceau

Episode 61

The accomplished winter and cold weather explorer discusses her latest High Arctic expedition covering 650 kilometres in seven weeks

  • 59 minutes

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Ray Zahab – Pushing the limits

Episode 59

The Canadian adventurer discusses his experience battling cancer and traversing across the Paalik Valley in February 

  • 38 minutes

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Explorer-in-Residence George Kourounis – On top of icebergs and into volcanoes

Episode 57

Set off on some incredible adventures with George Kourounis as we explore icebergs in the North Atlantic, Africa’s most active volcano and more 

  • 36 minutes

People & Culture

Losing track: The importance of passenger rail corridors

What does it mean for Canada if we continue to pull up train tracks? 

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  • 18 minutes

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Robert Bateman on life, art and mice

At 94, Canada’s venerable naturalist painter reflects on a long career making art and keeping it real

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Lifeblood: Fort Chipewyan’s relationship to water

Through photographs and interviews, Canadian photographer Sara Hylton explores how human-caused impacts are damaging Fort Chipewyan, a small community in northern Alberta

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Toronto as Community: Fifty Years of Photographs

Toronto-based photographer Vincenzo Pietropaolo chronicles Canada’s largest city over 50 years, documenting the daily lives of ordinary citizens through time 

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Adam Shoalts is on a mission to photograph every snake species native to Canada

The best-selling author and explorer has already found nine of the 25 snakes, will he find the remaining 16?

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ᕿᒧᒃᓯᕐᓂᖅ ᖁᑦᑎᒃᑐᒥ ᐅᖓᓯᖕᓂᖃᖅᑐᒥᒃ 500-ᑭᓛᒥᑐᓂᒃ ᑕᓱᐃᕙᓪᓕᐊᓂᖏᑦ ᐊᑐᖅᑕᐅᔪᓐᓃᓕᓚᐅᖅᑐᒥᒃ ᐃᓄᐃᑦ ᐃᓕᖅᑯᓯᒃᓴᔭᓪᓚᑦᑖᖓᓂᒃ

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The Nunavut Quest dogsled race is revitalizing a once-threatened tradition

Inside the 500-kilometre dogsled race across the High Arctic with the qimuksiqtiit who are sharing their knowledge with the next generation

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She who holds the canoe: a ceremonial pilgrimage along the Peacemaker’s Trail

Cayuga Elder Norma Jacobs follows the historic path of the Messenger of Peace — an exploration and discovery of the traditional territories, her culture and herself

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Laws braided into belts: three Haudenosaunee Wampum Belts you should know

Cayuga Sub-Chief and Faithkeeper Jock Hill on how Wampum Belts came to be — and the knowledge they contain within their strands

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Sinking in the Far North

Roy MacGregor, one of Canada’s greatest journalists, shares the stories behind the stories in his new book, Paper Trails: From the Backwoods to the Front Page, a Life in Stories

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Featured Fellow: Stephen Hui

The Vancouver author and photographer discusses writing, hiking and some of his most memorable experiences on the trails

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Head for the hills: skiing in the Canadian Prairies

As unexpected as they are unexpectedly popular: welcome to Canada’s prairie ski destinations 

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Semer le changement

L’importance d’un petit jardin de Yellowknife pour les relations entre le Canada et le roi Charles III

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Layers of meaning: Francine McCarthy on the Anthropocene

The geology professor is a key mover and shaker in what is possibly the biggest geological announcement of our generation, with Ontario’s tiny Crawford Lake being chosen as the global ground zero Earth’s most recent geological time period

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Tintamarre: Inside the raucous Acadian parade in Clare, N.S.

The tintamarre showcases the vitality of the Acadian culture  — and some supersized papier-mâché heads

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People & Culture

Excerpt from It Stops Here: Standing Up for Our Lands, Our Waters, and Our People

Sundance Chief and a member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation Rueben George shares the personal account of one man’s confrontation with colonization 

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Featured Fellow: Johanna Wagstaffe

The author and meteorologist discusses the need to understand how the world works and how climate change reporting has evolved throughout her career

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Covenant with mystery: James Cameron’s magic submarine

Dr. Joe MacInnis discusses his relationship with explorer and filmmaker James Cameron as well as how the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER came to be 

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People & Culture

Excerpt from Where the Falcon Flies: A 3,400 km Odyssey from Lake Erie to the Arctic

Westaway Explorer-in-Residence Adam Shoalts shares a portion of his story from his 3,400 solo journey from Long Point on Lake Erie to Ungava Bay on the Arctic coast

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Renewed Remembrance: Marking 70 years since the Korean War Armistice

On July 27, 1953, an armistice was signed ending the bloodshed of the Korean War — if not the war itself — but questions have since been raised surrounding the conflict’s remembrance in Canada and beyond

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Michelle Valberg on her career as a wildlife photographer

The Canadian Geographic Photographer-in-Residence shares her experience getting into the field of wildlife photography, where she finds inspiration and more 

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People & Culture

Carefree backroads: Remembering Gordon Lightfoot

Writer James Little reflects on an encounter he had with the beloved folk music icon — and the question he was burning to ask

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Abdulla Moussa on his work as a wildlife photographer

The father of four and founding member of the Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective discusses his love for nature, finding the time to photograph and more

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Un rappel à notre mémoire : souligner le 70e anniversaire de l’armistice de la Guerre de Corée

Le 27 juillet 1953, un armistice a été signé, mettant fin aux effusions de sang de la guerre de Corée – mais pas à la guerre elle-même. Depuis, des questions ont été soulevées quant à la commémoration du conflit au Canada et ailleurs.

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Our new “century of fire”

Author John Vaillant on his new book Fire Weather — and the toxic relationship between fire and petroleum

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