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Creative and accurate cartography that illustrates Canada’s landscapes and geology, wildlife routes, communities, history, changing boundaries and more.

Map credit: Mamu Tshishkutamashutau/Innu Education

A 2nd edition of a hand-painted Innu map is set to be printed as demand around the country grows

Map: Chris Brackley

Land cover change maps can help us determine our impact on the land — and how we can mitigate it in the future

Map: Associate Professor Federico Maggi, Dr Fiona Tang, University of Sydney

Map: Associate Professor Federico Maggi, Dr Fiona Tang, University of Sydney
Asia and Europe revealed as having regions at high-risk of pesticide pollution
Everest by sunrise

Everest's North Face in evening light, with the Northeast Ridge climbing up the left-hand side. (Photo: Ralf Dujmovits)

Photo: Ralf Dujmovits
A century after a Canadian was instrumental in charting the world's highest peak, a fellow Canadian reflects on the magnetism of Everest

Map: Jennifer Johnston

Charting “Hope Spots” critical to the health of our planet’s oceans

Mangroves, like these in Madagascar, provide a range of benefits, including protection from storms and the prevention of coastal erosion. (Louise Jasper/Blue Ventures)

Mangroves provide a range of benefits, including protection from storms and the prevention of coastal erosion
Canadian Geographic Best Maps 2020
Cartographic highlights from Canadian Geographic’s 2020 issues
iPhone and Mac users across Canada will notice drastic changes to Apple Maps following a massive update pushed to devices yesterday
A mountain half covered in snow

Mount Vaux in Yoho National Park

Mount Vaux in Yoyo National Park
They sustain us, enrich our lives and inspire us
A map of Toronto that is colour coded based on certain criteria

The cities within the city (Map: Liam McGuire).

Map: Liam McGuire
Urban geographer Liam McGuire on how he used maps to illustrate growing inequalities in Canadian cities
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