SAFETY FIRST, SERVICE ALWAYS
A celebration of the Canadian Coast Guard’s renowned search-and-rescue capabilities—and more—as the agency turns 60.
By Stephen Smith
INTO THEIR WINTRY KINGDOM
In the boreal forest, where secretive lynx depend on the snowshoe hare to survive, climate change threatens to upset this longstanding predator-prey relationship.
Photography by Peter Mather
with text by Ainslie Cruickshank
Behind the scenes of an epic campaign to bring the Fraser River salmon run home
By Kate Helmore
The funniest places: why the landscape of Canadian comedy is so obsessed with geography.
By Stephen Marche
with illustrations by Kerry Hodgson
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Montreal businessman Mark Pathy blasts into space on a 10-day mission that combines a bucket-list trip with a research and environmental agenda.
By Ron Corbett
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur
Showcasing our photo community
IN A SNAP
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ON THE MAP
A colourful illustrated map passes on intergenerational knowledge to Innu schoolchildren
Legendary fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly on the impacts of modern overfishing
Vulnerable polar bears, feisty dinosaurs, an uncertain future for loons and more
A community reimagines a storied Japanese tea house destroyed by looters
Remembering the promise of the Canadian Citizenship Act
The world’s most advanced telescope will use Canadian instruments
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Poet George Elliott Clarke on why he feels most grounded in Three Mile Plains, N.S.
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