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The authoritative source for all things geography, wildlife and environment, climate and energy, travel, culture and exploration in Canada, Canadian Geographic has been making Canada better known to Canada and the world since 1930.
This year's Canadian Geographic Challenge brought students to Ottawa from around Canada to test their geography expertise. (Photo: Dave Trattles/Canadian Geographic)
Option one, a mountain waterfall running through a limestone canyon, was the winner of this issue's cover vote, garnering a whopping 57 per cent of the vote. Options two and three received 26 and 17 per cent of the tally. (Photos, left to right: Anna Stevenson/Alamy; Hydro Québec; Darwin Wiggett/All Canada Photos)
Near the small Arctic village of Pangnirtung, Nunavut, near the entrance of the Auyuittuq National Park, is this mighty fjord. Canada’s coastline is the largest in the world fjords like this one are waiting to be discovered in the north. (Photo: David L. Labrie)