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Canadian Geographic Education creates classroom materials, runs programs and works with teachers to raise geographic literacy and spark a lifelong curiosity about Canada among the country’s students.

Rob Langston
Photo courtesy Rob Langston
Langston teaches grade 10 to 12 geography and GIS courses at Neelin High School in Brandon, Manitoba
Screenshot of the new Google Earth
Canadian Geographic Education tapped to host workshops to help teachers make the most of the new tool 
Shell Eco-marathon Americas 2017 Team Nortern Sarnia
Photo: Team Northern
Of the 20 Canadian teams soon heading to Detroit to show off their energy-efficient vehicle prototypes, Sarnia's Northern Collegiate boasts the first and only team coming from a high school
canadas coolest school trip
Photo: Parks Canada
A grade eight class from Alberta's Lethbridge Christian School is heading to Nova Scotia on an all-expenses-paid field trip
Canadian Geographic Education's Vimy Ridge trench map in Arras
Photo: Alexandra Pope/Canadian Geographic
Nearly 9,000 Canadian high school students explored giant floor maps of Vimy Ridge and the western front over two days
Supermileage Team from University of Toronto Shell Eco-marathon Americas
Photo: Shell International
Université Laval and the University of Toronto both have teams that have won the prototype gasoline category at past Shell Eco-marathon Americas
Shell Eco-marathon Americas 2015 Zoticus
Rick Osentoski/AP Images for Shell
Canadian teams have historically performed well in the competition, which challenges students to create a vehicle that can travel far using little energy
In Southwestern Ontario, this teacher is helping students identify big global issues within their own local communities
A replica Sopwith Pup biplane is unveiled at the Canadian Museum of Flight in Langley, B.C., June 2016
Photo: Carlo Ricci/Canadian Geographic
Replica biplanes, giant floor maps headed to France for Vimy Ridge centennial events 
Mackenzie River
Photo: David Adamec/Wikimedia Commons
The dean of the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning discusses the school's upcoming summer-semester project taking place on three rivers in the Northwest Territories
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