‘We’re capable of far more than we think we are.’
A profile of Jill Heinerth, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society’s newly minted Explorer-in-Residence, and 25 other top Canadian women explorers
Online Exclusive: Read more about Jill Heinerth's recent expedition to explore the flooded Bell Island iron mines

The messengers
Red brake lights blooming. Sunshine glinting off a car’s side mirror. The blur of elaborate wrought-iron handrails. Welcome to Montreal as it’s seen by bike couriers.
Online Exclusive: Eva Holland discusses how she trained for the bike messenger assignment

They almost called it airlandia
It’s a city that was built on aviation, but after 80 years, what does the future hold for Gander and its famed airport?
Online Exclusive: See more photos and video of Stratford's abandoned rail shops

What killed Rhapsody?
When one of the few remaining females of reproductive age in the southern resident population of North Pacific killer whales was found dead near Comox, B.C., in late 2014, an investigation was launched. Are there lessons to be learned to help her endangered family?
Online Exclusive: Meet the rest of J pod, including the oldest known living orca


Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

Polar blog
Tiny creatures, big lesson

On the map
Exploring cartography
Online Exclusive: More maps from the Pew Charitable Trusts report


Victoria’s Internet-famous GPS artist on his inspiration and technique
Online Exclusive: An extended interview with Stephen Lund

Swimming polar bears, a kokanee comeback, crow attacks and more
Online Exclusives:
Mapping crow attacks on the west coast
Kokanee salmon population bounces back in Kluane National Park
Canadian researchers use tires to fight Zika-carrying mosquitoes
Oldest known pine tree fossils discovered in Nova Scotia
Receding ice causing longer swims for polar bears

A map of a transatlantic marvel and the centenary of Beaumont-Hamel
Online Exclusives:
A larger version of Robert Dudley's painting of the transatlantic cable landing

Learn more about artifacts in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment's new museum gallery

Making memories at the new National Music Centre in Calgary
Online Exclusive: Canadian Geographic editors pick their favourite music venues

Extracting gold from electronic waste
Online Exclusive: Learn more about e-waste and how gold is extracted from it


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Our Country: Rosie MacLennan
Olympic gold medallist and reigning world champion trampoline gymnast Rosie MacLennan reflects on her childhood memories of Muskoka, Ont.
Online Exclusive: An interactive map of favourite places in Canada