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THE CURIOUS, EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF ANNE INNIS DAGG
Why the Canadian woman who was the first in the world to study giraffes in the wild is only now getting her due

THE ULTIMATE CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY QUIZ: PHOTO EDITION
From northerly towns to southerly fiords, from satellite snaps to soaring skylines, 25 questions to test your photographic memory
Online Exclusive: Enter your answers online in the interactive version of the quiz for your chance to win!

HOW TO EXPLORE LIKE A GIRL
As her new book, Into the Planet: My Life as a Cave Diver, comes out, world-renowned Royal Canadian Geographical Society Explorer-in-Residence Jill Heinerth reflects on what led her to a path of adventurous discovery
Online Exclusive: After September 10th, read an exclusive excerpt from Jill Heinerth's new book, Into the Planet: My Life as a Cave Diver

STATE OF THE MARIJUANA NATION
A look at the intimate relationship between marijuana and the people who use it — the true nexus between Canadians and legalization one year later
Online Exclusive: See inside two marijuana growing facilities owned by Canada's largest medical marijuana producer

THE HOLY GRAIL OF NEW WORLD ARCHEOLOGY
How a dedicated West Coast team unearthed the oldest archeological sites in Canada

CANADA’S COOLEST SCHOOL TRIP 2019
From teepee building to dancing Métis jigs, students from Teslin, Yukon, experience the best of Manitoba’s Parks Canada sites while tracing the history of the region’s Indigenous Peoples
Online Exclusive: Read daily accounts of the 2019 Canada's Coolest School Trip

TREASURES OF THE SOCIETY
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society collections contain a number of prized artifacts from Canadian exploration history. Here are a few of them.

Departments

Big picture
Celebrating Canada’s grandeur

Exposure
Showcasing Can Geo’s photo club

In a snap
Sharing Can Geo via Instagram

On the map
A first-of-its-kind view of the many challenges facing Atlantic salmon rivers in North America

DISCOVERY

Interview
Sharon Wood, first North American woman to summit Mount Everest, on her new book and life after the climb

Wildlife
Ice-age beaver diets, eavesdropping on blue whales, bee extinction and more

History
The legacy of artist Paul Kane’s epic 1840s journey across Canada

Place
Inside the National Biodiversity Cryobank of Canada
Online Exclusive: See more photos and a behind-the-scenes video of the National Biodiversity Cryobank of Canada

Infographic
The truth about the tiny 1 to 7 number code stamped on ‘recyclable’ plastics

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November/December 2019 follows Ontario wolves through their territories and showcases Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year competition winners

Our Country: Candy Palmater
Comedian Candy Palmater on her love for New Brunswick’s North Shore region