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Edmonton Canadian Geographic cover vote

Option two (on the right) won a narrow victory with 52 per cent, with voters admiring the clarity, simplicity, the brilliant colour of the ice.

Thanks to everyone who weighed in

Photo: Brian Constantine / Can Geo Photoclub

Photo: Brian Constantine / Can Geo Photoclub
Canadian Geographic Challenge

This year's Canadian Geographic Challenge brought students to Ottawa from around Canada to test their geography expertise. (Photo: Dave Trattles/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Dave Trattles/Canadian Geographic
Relive the excitement of these geography whiz kids battling it out in Ottawa

54 per cent of the voters chose the picture of the female blue-footed booby nesting on the bare ground with her hatchlings (middle).

Starting July 5, 2016, the Royal Canadian Mint will begin releasing its new Celebrating Canada’s 150th coin series, which use photos sourced from Canadian Geographic's Photo Club.

Covers

The cover option on the left shows explorer and underwater diver Jill Heinerth near her home in north Florida, and won with 53 per cent of the vote.

Canadian Geographic readers have spoken! This is the cover of our July/August 2016 issue
Cover choices
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)
Photos, left to right: Anna Stevenson/Alamy; Hydro Québec; Darwin Wiggett/All Canada Photos
Near the small Arctic village of Pangnirtung, Nunavut

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)

Photo: David L. Labrie
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