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November/December 2005

FEATURES

WILDLIFE
Who’s your daddy?
By decoding patterns of paternity, a Canadian geneticist rethinks polar bear and rhinoceros population dynamics
By Tom Carpenter

HISTORY
War stories
Canada’s newest museum chronicles the service and sacrifice of a peaceful nation
By Mark Abley

ENERGY
The price of power
Will the diversion of more rivers in northern Quebec earn the Cree an economic windfall or flood their way of life?
By Christopher Shulgan with photography by Pierre St. Jacques

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE
CG In-depth: James Bay

THROUGH THE LENS
Call of the mine
For old-school miners in Northern Ontario and Quebec, there's no life like the hardrock life
Photography by Louie Palu with text by Charlie Angus


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DEPARTMENTS

The inside story
Reach for the top, To protect and save, Arctic eye-opener, Charity begins at home, By the numbers

Editor’s notebook
Sovereignty and war

Contributors
Meet our writers and photographers

Reverberations
Echoes from the Valley, Long Point view, Moving mountains, Remembering the romance, Wildwood time traveller

Discovery
Biological jackpot, Smoke signals, Grave concern, Tracking TB, Boundary bulge, Art wok, Winnipeg wardrivers, Network birth, Beyond Niagara, Excremental electricity

Explorer
British Columbia’s stunning Squamish River serves up a feast for Brackendale Park’s eagles and eagle-watchers
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À la carte
The devastation of last year’s tsunami in Southeast Asia offers poignant lessons for the west coast of North America
By Jodi Di Menna and Steven Fick

Reviews
Evolving avian relationships, Searching for an alternate continent, Memories of voyages past

On the horizon
A land of music

Mosaic
Gumboot gourmets in British Columbia’s Cowichan Valley
Text and photography by Margo Pfeiff

In habitat
The ghosts of Vimy Ridge
By Joseph Boyden







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