Much to Geography’s chagrin, the Canadian Atlas Online now contains more historical content than ever before. Follow these links to explore more.
The story of Canada’s fisheries is interwoven with survival, trade, piracy, war, employment and the environment.
Canada's fur trade has a rich history from the 17th century and the founding of the Hudson’s Bay Company.
The lure of free land fueled immigration to the new world, and agriculture spread across Canada.
Canada’s forests are an incredible natural resource that play a large role in the nations economy and environment.
Coal, precious metals, nickel and copper — a wealth of natural resources lies buried beneath Canada’s varied topography.
Canada is one of the world’s largest exporters of energy — from oil and gas to hydroelectricity and emerging renewables.
Trace the history of harnessed wind technologies from sailboats through wind turbines.
The subsistence of Canada’s earliest inhabitants was precarious and far from assured.
Learn about the progress and populations of Canada’s cities, where over 80% of us live.
Where can you go to get the most complete view of Canada? Space.
take a look — without a space suit.”