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November/December 2004


Canada: global citizen
In an age of ever-increasing trade and travel, global security concerns and environmental problems, Canada and its citizens are advancing a wider sense of community around the world
By Pico Iyer

CG In-depth: Canada’s place in the world

Operation Kabul
In Afghanistan, the work of Canadian soldiers has blurred the line between development and defence. Is this the future of Canadian peacekeeping?
Photography By Lana Slezic with text By Hamida Ghafour

Tango in the Congo
How Canadian mining companies are doing business in one of the most dangerous countries in Africa
By Madelaine Drohan

The far harvest
The gales of global commerce are driving Central Americans north and Canadian farmers south
By Celeste Mackenzie with photography By Nance Ackerman and Brian Atkinson

World views
Canada’s most intrepid and visionary photojournalists capture moments that illuminate the human drama
Photography By Nance Ackerman, Brian Atkinson, David Barbour, Peter Bennett, Roger Lemoyne, Steve Simon, Larry Towell and David Trattles with text By Mark Abley

Brothers in drums
The sensuous rhythms of Senegal meet those of Quebec in the music of the Diouf brothers
By Charles Foran with photography By Benoit Aquin

Language of love
Why are there more students of Inuktitut in Paris than in Toronto, Montréal or Vancouver? Ask their teacher, a feisty Quebecer
By Michel Arseneault with photography By Peter Bennett



The inside story
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Editor’s notebook
Across the map

Meet our writers and photographers

It could be worse, On the mark, Unflattering portrait

Canada and the World: Facts and Figures; Top 15 Countries Visited By Canadian Tourists; Multi-Cultural Groups in Canada


À la carte
Balancing consumption

Roundup of geographical magazines from around the world
By Richard Hartmier

On the horizon
One big buffalo

Canada day in Malta
By David Trattles

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