About "Exploration"

Follow Canada’s greatest explorers and adventurers as they travel to the remote corners of the country, deep beneath the Earth’s surface and across oceans, to the tops of mountains and into space.

Explorer-In-Residence Jill Heinerth's newest book encourages kids to reach for the stars

Space is increasingly congested, contested and competitive. (Photo: Canadian Space Agency)

Photo: Canadian Space Agency
Michel Doyon, manager of flight and systems operations at the Canadian Space Agency, walks us through what space debris is and its impact on Canada
A diver takes photos of a coral reef underwater
Photo: Eduardo Baena/Can Geo Photo Club
Based on the film documentary of the same name, The Third Dive looks to expose the circumstances around Rob Stewart's untimely death.

Gordon Osinski clarifies what finding water on the Moon really means. (Photo: Chris Cullen/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Chris Cullen/Can Geo Photo Club
Western University professor takes a look at recent discoveries and their importance

Mount Assiniboine is found on the border between British Columbia and Alberta. (Cartography: Chris Brackley)

Cartography: Chris Brackley
While its pyramid peak is almost instantly recognizable, Mount Assiniboine is also an excellent example of the general characteristics of all Canadian mountains
Jameel Janjua Virgin Galactic pilot

Jameel Janjua to become the first Canadian commercial space pilot. (Photo: Courtesy Virgin Galactic)

Photo: Courtesy Virgin Galactic
Commercial space flight company Virgin Galactic adds former Royal Canadian Air Force member Jameel Janjua to its pilot roster 
Mount Logan

Mount Logan, Canada's highest mountain, in Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon. (Photo: Yukon Government)

Photo: Yukon Government
A team of climbers and scientists plan to summit the Yukon’s Mount Logan next spring in the name of climate change — and to re-evaluate its height with modern GPS technology
With interviews from Chris Hadfield, Marc Garneau, Roberta Bondar, and more, Canadarm and Collaboration is the tale of Canada’s involvement in international space exploration from the 1960s to the present day

Team Canada Adventure on a bike section of Eco-Challenge. (Photo: Akiva Griffith/Amazon Prime)

Photo: Akiva Griffith/Amazon Prime
The team's thoughts on the 2020 Eco-Challenge through Fiji
Canada's 75 biggest islands

The first exclusive wall map produced for sale by Canadian Geographic. (Poster: Canadian Geographic; cartography: Chris Brackley)

Poster: Canadian Geographic
Canadian Geographic's cartographer Chris Brackley shares insights into his process in charting the country's largest islands for an exclusive wall map
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