Game of Thrones
As the climate in Canada’s Far North changes, polar bears are being affected. One impact — the increasing presence of killer whales in Arctic waters — may just unseat the King of the North.
Online Exclusive: Photos of polar bear cubs in Wapusk National Park, from photographer Greg Harvey

Treasured Islands
More than 20 years before the 2016 Great Bear Rainforest Agreement, the Khutzeymateen was the first piece of the world’s largest coastal temperate rainforest made off limits to loggers. The story behind Canada’s only grizzly sanctuary
Online Exclusive: More images of Khutzeymateen Provincial Park and its famous grizzly bears

I was adored once too
Long the beating heart of Stratford, the city’s once grand locomotive repair shop is now a crumbling relic. What will happen to it?
Online Exclusive: See more photos and video of Stratford's abandoned rail shops

On tap
Celebrating the age-old Canadian traditions of maple syrup
Online Exclusive: Stunning bonus photos of maple syrup operations


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Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

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Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

Polar blog
Big ice

On the map
Exploring cartography


Urban parks guru Gil Penalosa on connecting Canadians to nature

Online Exclusive: Follow Canadian Geographic editor Aaron Kylie on Twitter (@aaronkylie) for regular live updates from April's Canadian Parks Summit

Marine protected areas, Asian carp, zebra stripes and more
Online Exclusives:
How Asian carp could become Lake Erie's most common fish
Most of Great Bear Rainforest now protected from logging
Canada on track to protect 10 per cent of its oceans by 2020
New funding to help Saskatchewan ranchers protect species at risk
Zebra stripes may not help camouflage

The map that settlers took West and Canada’s first commercial vineyard and winemaking legacy
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See a larger version of the first map of Canada's West to be compiled and printed in the country
Learn about Canada's wines and what makes them unique

Perth, Ont., celebrates the 200th anniversary of its founding
Online Exclusive: Learn about Perth's record-setting “kilt run”

How GreenBug Energy, winner of the 2015 3M Environmental Innovation Award, is using ancient tech to transform old dams into new power plants
Online Exclusive: Read a feature story about GreenBug Energy's innovative micro-hydro turbines


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Our Country: Dean Brody
Country music star Dean Brody reminisces about pond hockey in the east Kootenay region of British Columbia
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