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  1. Creative Cartography: Ed Fairburn's map portraits

    ... and paper on a reproduced military map of France. This article is part of a series of Q&As with some of the world's best artists ...

  2. Creative cartography: Nikki Rosato's map sculptures

    ... Two Bostons , 2009 (Nikki Rosato) This article is part of a series of Q&As with some of the best artists working with ...

  3. What happened to the flying car?

    ... geography at McMaster University. Watch for his next article on the potential and challenges of self-driving vehicles. ...

  4. Adam Shoalts' return to Quebec's Again River

    ... returned home from a fun canoe trip with friends. The article told how, in 2012, Shoalts had accidentally canoed over the first of ...

  5. Photographer Wade Davis shares his all-time favourite images

    ... 1999. The follow-up surveys, which the NGS does for every article, indicated that the subject resonated powerfully with the readership. A ...

  6. Two geographers try to map Canada's true North

    ... issue of Canadian Geographic. The map above accompanied the article, and tried to answer Vincent's question. (Map: Steven Fick/Canadian ...

  7. Canada's long history of apple growing

    ... name of the magazine you know and love today).  The article, published in the September issue of that year and written by an M. B. ... was left of the tree, about twenty-five years before the article was published. Right: Memorial to John McIntosh and the McIntosh Red ...

  8. Oil speak: Then and now

    ... dramatically changed. In E.M. Holbrook's 1949 feature article, Oil from the Earth , pages from a not so distant history capture ... oil supplies seemed limitless. The same year Holbrook's article was published, Canada's population of 13 million used about two million ...

  9. Vanity Fair's Alex Shoumatoff Discusses the Environment - Part 2

    ... Now a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair , in an upcoming article this May, Shoumatoff investigates Canada’s oil sands. Recently, CG ... destruction with my own eyes time and again. In that article you mention going to Siberia and seeing a lot of melting permafrost ...

  10. An interview with architect Julian Smith

    ... philosophically. I remember the Ottawa Citizen wrote an article saying it was ridiculous to think anything good could emerge out of the ...

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