Features

BEAR WITNESS
Celebrating a springtime ritual of polar bear cubs emerging from the dens of Manitoba’s famed Wapusk National Park
Read it online: Bear Witness

PUNCTUATION'S MARK
After a series of mass deaths in recent years, can we save the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale? What will it take?
Read it online: Punctuation's mark: Can we save the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale?

HOW TO FIX A TURTLE
An Ontario centre is charting new horizons in wildlife rehabilitation — one reconstructed turtle at a time
Read it online: How to fix a turtle

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR
Canadian Geographic presents the winners of its most recent annual wildlife photography competition, and the results are truly inspiring
See the results

Departments

BIG PICTURE
Celebrating Canada's grandeur

EXPOSURE
Showcasing our photo community

IN A SNAP
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

ON THE MAP
An exclusive pull-out map of B.C.'s Mount Assiniboine reveals the many ways that mountains matter

DISCOVERY

Interview
Environmental activist Autumn Peltier on the importance of protecting our fresh water
Digital extra: Read an expanded Q&A

Wildlife
Wolf culls, glass sponge reefs, robot dolphins and more

Place
As the feds promote a massive new tree-planting plan, one southern Ontario tree farm celebrates 15 years of big growth

History
A 17th-century circumpolar map showcases the early days of Arctic exploration

Infographic
Natural ways to protect and restore our forests and wetlands
Read it online: Carbon crusadors

YOUR SOCIETY
News from The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

COMING UP
In January/February 2021, Can Geo explores the momentous task of moving snow from Montreal’s city streets and more!

OUR COUNTRY
Country musician Paul Brandt reminisces about family time and nature on Alberta’s Bow River