Highlights of the 2014 expeditions funded by The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

The Great Hike
Dana Meise tackled the northern extent of the Trans Canada Trail — from Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., to just north of Whitehorse — in 2014, sharing his experiences on social media along the way
Online Exclusive: Read Dana Meise's reflections on his triumphs and trials along the Trans Canada Trail in 2014

Projet Karibu
A team of cross-country skiers trek from Montreal to Kuujjuaq in northern Quebec to celebrate nature and winter
Online Exclusive: See more photos from Projet Karibu

Sedna Epic
An all-woman team snorkels Arctic waters to raise awareness of climate change
Online Exclusive: Check out the video from the Sedna Epic Expedition team's 2014 proof-of-concept mission

This water came from manure
Ross Thurston, the 2014 3M Environmental Innovation Award winner, is honoured for his system of turning farm waste into its reusable parts, including clean water
Online Exclusive: Peter Power writes about what he learned about water use from photographing at Hudson Dairy

The way of bear F148
Satellite tracking of grizzlies in Banff National Park is teaching us great lessons about the bears’ habits and habitats — and how to live with them
Online Exclusive: Read more about how rail traffic affects the grizzly bears of Banff National Park

The geography of obesity
For Canadian researchers investigating how the design of cities and suburbs affects our health, God is in the details
Online Exclusive: Get insight into obesogenic landscapes using these maps

Photo finish
Presenting the winners of the 29th annual Canadian Geographic Photo Contest
Online Exclusive: View all the winning photos from the 29th Annual Photo Contest


Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram


Alex Trebek talks about why he loves geography

The Oak Ridges Moraine, a wolf cull and more
Online Exclusives:
Photos with a bird’s-eye view of the Oak Ridges Moraine
Wolf cull in British Columbia spawns controversy
Ontario outlines new rules for captive marine mammals
Monarch grounds grow in Mexico, but species still struggles

Victorian-era bike maps and celebrating 85 years of Canadian Geographic
Online Exclusive: See more Canadian bicycle maps from the late 1800s

The CN Tower turns 40
Online Exclusive: Watch a video of editor Aaron Kylie's CN Tower's EdgeWalk experience

How Urban Barns is revolutionizing farming
Online Exclusive: Take a video tour of the Urban Barns facility and meet some of the people who work there

Polar blog
Testing for Trichinella

On the map
Exploring cartography
Online Exclusive: Learn more about data from the Canadian Community Health Survey


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