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THE TRIBAL CANOE JOURNEY
An odyssey to reclaim tradition and territory
Online Exclusive: See more images from the 2017 Tribal Canoe Journey

THE INUIT FUTURE
Natan Obed, president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, on the idea of a nation-to-nation relationship, Canada’s Inuit homelands and the role of Inuit in the world
Online Exclusive: Read about environment and climate change minister Catherine McKenna's tour of Nunatsiavut

THE MÉTIS HOMELAND
How to define the territory of a people barred from claiming land of their own?
Online Exclusive: Read another perspective on the Métis homeland from Métis legal scholar Darren O'Toole of the University of Ottawa

THE SURVIVORS CIRCLE
Six members of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation’s Survivors Circle and one member of its Governing Circle share glimpses of their residential school experiences
Online Exclusive: Read more survivors’ stories by visiting the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

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Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Exposure
Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

Polar blog
Char trackers

On the map
Exploring cartography
Online Exclusive: Read how a B.C. First Nation is working to save their language from extinction

DISCOVERY

Interview
Ry Moran, director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Online Exclusive: Read an extended version of this interview

Wildlife
A caribou lifeline, saving Nova Scotian snakes, birchbark oil benefits and more
Online Exclusive: Read the latest wildlife stories from Canadian Geographic

History
How Indigenous Peoples helped Champlain map New France
Online Exclusive: Read more stories about the maps in Library and Archives Canada’s collection

Place
Eight settlements in Alberta are still the only recognized Métis land base in Canada
Online Exclusive: See an interactive map of all eight Métis settlements in Alberta

Infographic
The real story of Nuvumiutaq, an Inuit ancestor from northern Baffin Island
Online Exclusive: Teachers! Bring this and other science innovations into your classroom

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