About "Mapping"

Creative and accurate cartography that illustrates Canada’s landscapes and geology, wildlife routes, communities, history, changing boundaries and more.

Image: Dark Sky
Today's weather: smiley with a chance of umbrellas
The National Capital Commission's plan for Ottawa by 2067
(Map: Chris Brackley/Canadian Geographic)
As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, the National Capital Commission is helping to plan how Ottawa will evolve over the next half-century
Mapping, atlas, Inuit, traditional knowledge, Carleton University, Nunavut, Clyde River, science, wildlife
Photo: Robert Kautuk
Set to launch later this year in Clyde River, Nunavut, digital atlases of Inuit place names, wildlife habitat, scientific studies and more are already benefiting communities in the Arctic
Mapping, atlas, Inuit, traditional knowledge, Carleton University, Nunavut, Clyde River, science, wildlife
Photo : Robert Kautuk
Lancés plus tard cette année à Clyde River (Nunavut), des atlas numériques des toponymes inuits, des habitats fauniques, des études scientifiques et de bien plus encore profitent déjà aux collectivités dans l’Arctique
Map: Library and Archives Canada, E006581135
Chet Van Duzer, a cartographic historian and the author of Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps analyses Paolo Forlani's 1560 world map – the first known instance of the name "Canada" appearing on a printed map
Mapping, cartography, Indigenous, National Indigenous Day, Canada, Aboriginal, Google Maps, Google Earth
Image: Google Canada
A new update allows users to view 3,100 Indigenous communities and treaty settlement lands
Lancaster Sound map
Lancaster Sound National Marine Conservation Area map
Two visions of the landmark proposed marine protected region
Close up image of the Sam Greer's hand drawn letter and land claim. The claim would have included all of what is now Kits Beach and Kits Point (not Vanier Park).
Image courtesy All Nations Stamp and Coin
Brian Grant Duff from All Nations Stamp and Coin explains the controversial land claim made by Irish settler Sam Greer on what is today known as Kits Beach
food-borne illness food safety Confederation Board of Canada salmonella listeria e. coli 0157 campylobacter
Information courtesy of the Conference Board of Canada
Information from Canada’s 2016 food safety report card shows the incidence of four illnesses
View of world's shipping routes
Map: Kiln
Interactive data visualization illustrates the incredible number of ships criss-crossing the world's oceans at any given time
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