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HOW DID A CANADIAN END UP ON A QUEST TO SOLVE ONE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA’S GREAT MYSTERIES?
Archeologist Dougald O’Reilly leads the effort to answer questions about Laos’s puzzling Plain of Jars
Online Exclusive: See drone footage of the remarkable Plain of Jars archaeological site

TRACING THE NILE
This August will mark the 160th anniversary of John Hanning Speke’s claim to have found the source of the world’s longest river, an assertion that created one of the great myths and legacies of Victorian-era exploration

MAMMOTH MOVE
The Royal Alberta Museum will move into its new downtown Edmonton home this year, a massive logistical task captured in this behind-the-scenes photo essay

‘THEY’RE OUT THERE’
After decades of conflict between humans and wolves, the Yukon is fi nding its balance with the top predator, which is thriving across the territory
Online Exclusive: See more of photographer Peter Mather's wild wolf photos and learn how he captures his images

PHOTO FINISH
Presenting the winners of Canadian Geographic’s 32nd Annual Photo Competition
Online Exclusive: See the honourable mentions in the competition

Departments

Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur
Online Exclusive: Read how and why photographer Stephen Wilkes created his "Day to Night" image of Robson Bight

Exposure
Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

Polar blog
Sea change on Hudson Bay

On the map
Exploring cartography

DISCOVERY

Interview
Dr. Mona Nemer, Canada’s new chief science advisor
Online Exclusive: Meet Ontario's first Chief Scientist, Molly Shoichet

Wildlife
Bowhead exfoliation, ancient bear teeth, peregrine progress and more
Online Exclusive: Read the latest wildlife stories from Canadian Geographic

History
The Joint Arctic Weather Stations program did more than just fill in a blank on the nation’s weather map
Online Exclusive: Read more stories about the maps in Library and Archives Canada’s collection

Place
How Alberta birders discovered a golden eagle migration in the Rockies
Online Exclusive: Read more about golden eagle migration and conservation in the Rockies

Infographic
Resurrecting abandoned oil wells for geothermal heating in Hinton, Alta.
Online Exclusive: Teachers! Bring this and other science innovations into your classroom

YOUR SPACE

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What’s This
Recognize this mystery object?

YOUR SOCIETY
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Online Exclusive: Read more about the friendship between the RCGS and RSGS

Online Exclusive: Learn more about the discovery of Canada's deepest cave

Online Exclusive: Explore our first Google Voyager story, about the history of residential schools in Canada

Next Issue
May/June 2018, Canadian Geographic dives into the year’s RCGS-sponsored expeditions

Our Country
Celebrity chef Michael Bonacini reminisces about escaping to rural living in Caledon, Ont.