This past summer, an ambitious wildlife under/overpass system broke ground in B.C. on a deadly stretch of highway west of the Alberta border. Here’s how it happened.
By Brian Banks
“WE DID THIS”
As the impacts of global warming become increasingly evident, the connections to biodiversity loss are hard to ignore. Can this fall’s two key international conferences point us to a nature-positive future?
By Leslie Anthony
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KEEPER OF THE SEA
From being labelled “devil’s apron” by frustrated fishermen to being lauded as a sustainable food solution: how kelp’s potential is being realized, just as scientists learn it’s declining.
By Ryan Stuart
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Canadian Geographic presents the winners of its annual wildlife photography of the year competition.
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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
Birds Canada president Patrick Nadeau on the importance of citizen science
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A roaming mammoth, an artful badger, ancient sponges in the Canadian Arctic and more
Thirty years ago, paleontologist Elizabeth Nicholls unearthed a marine reptile of epic proportions
Chronicling several centuries of salmon-fishing skirmishes on New Brunswick’s Miramichi River
Analyzing the potential of natural climate solutions
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Educator Gurdeep Pandher on Tombstone Territorial Park