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Forest fires have left colourful scars on the hills near Dease Lake, B.C. (Photo: Richard Eckert/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Richard Eckert/Can Geo Photo Club
While planning for seasonal disasters at the same time as a pandemic is tricky, lessons can be applied from one to the other 
number of reported Canadian cases of COVID-19 by regional health authority

The number of reported Canadian cases of COVID-19 by regional health authority focusing on the parts of each authority where people actually live. (Map: Chris Brackley/Can Geo)

Map: Chris Brackley/Can Geo
Canadian Geographic’s cartographer explores how media, scientists and citizens are charting the coronavirus pandemic

This photo by Maxwel Hohn, titled “Painted Pillars of Campbell River,” was selected as the winner of the Urban Wildlife category in Canadian Geographic’s 2019 Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Competition.

The best of the best images of Canadian wildlife from the annual competition hosted by Canadian Geographic in partnership with the Canadian Museum of Nature

Canadian scientists are developing treatments and researching vaccines for COVID-19.

Vaccines, treatments and virus mapping are all underway
How has your life changed because of COVID-19?
Photos that bring us peace from our Can Geo Photo Club members
Iqaluit

The City of Iqaluit has asked anyone with plans to visit the north to delay their travel in a bid to prevent COVID-19 from spreading to the city and other communities across Nunavut. (Photo: Fiona Paton/Flickr)

Photo: Fiona Paton/Flickr
Indigenous and Inuit communities are expressing concern as the threat of COVID-19 comes nearer to their communities

Education and entertainment don't have to stop because schools and community centres are closed. (Photo: Getty Images)

Photo: Getty Images
Education and entertainment don't have to stop just because everything is closed

The orange in the above map shows what would end up under water should the Erie Shore Drive dike fail. (Municipality of Chatham-Kent)

Municipality of Chatham-Kent
There is up to a 40 per cent chance a shoreline road on Lake Erie, which acts as a dike, will fail
ocean novel laura trethewey

The Imperilled Ocean, a new novel from ocean journalist Laura Trethewey, published by Goose Lane Editions.

Goose Lane Editions
High-stakes stories that explore Earth’s last wild frontier
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