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Melvin Whiteway. (Photo Credit: Lake Winnipeg Project)

Melvin Whiteway, a Matheson Island fisherman, rises early for the best catch, despite dwindling numbers of fish and other fishermen. (Photo Credit: Lake Winnipeg Project)

Melvin Whiteway. (Photo Credit: Lake Winnipeg Project)
Anishinaabe/Cree filmmaker Kevin Settee centres four short docs around the ingenuity and resilience of communities surrounding Lake Winnipeg 

Photo: Michael Winsor

Photo: Michael Winsor
From plants to ants, Canadian Geographic's Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Competition showcases the best of the year's wildlife photography
Seitcher Bay and Chitapii Mountain

A view of Seitcher Bay and Chitapii Mountain on the traditional lands of Hasaatuk's family. (Photo: Hasaatuk)

Photo: Hasaatuk
We caught up with Indigenous filmmaker Sarain Fox to talk Giiwewizh — a series of 16 short films directed and shot in isolation on iPhone 12
Phyllis Webstad

Phyllis Webstad. (Photo: Lisa Charleyboy)

Photo: Lisa Charleyboy
Links to previous Canadian Geographic stories provide coverage and context
Foggy lake black and white

Photo: David Brophy

Photo: David Brophy
Showcasing the top shots in the 2021 CanGeo x Nikon #ShotOnNikon Photo Contest 
Aerial shot of a forest garden

Aerial shot of a Sts'ailes forest garden site. (Photo: Courtesy Chelsey Armstrong)

Photo: Courtesy Chelsey Armstrong
The discovery of the 150-year-old Ts’msyen and Coast Salish garden sites — and their still-booming biodiversity — could provide fresh inspiration for both land management and food security solutions

Photo: Insung Peak/@insungpic

Photo: Insung Peak/@insungpic
Handpicked shots of Canada's beauty from our Can Geo photo community on Instagram
Filsan Abdiaman, a black woman, runs through a rockey valley of pink wildflowers.

Filsan Abdiaman uses trail running as a way to connect with nature — and herself (Photo: Guy Fattal)

Photo: Guy Fattal
Part of our Colour the Trails series.
A black-and-white photo of a film maker looks through the lens of his camera

This photograph of LeMay was taken while he was filming a day of dogsledding with a group of Métis Nation of Ontario youth near Sunshine, Ont. (Photo: Matt LeMay)

Photo: Courtesy of Matt LeMay
The new program affirms CanGeo's commitment to visual storytelling, supporting big ideas on the big screen

Photo: Rachel Idzerda/Can Geo

Photo: Rachel Idzerda/Can Geo
The former lawyer and now bestselling author on what made her Quebec summer camp experience unforgettable
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