About "The North"

The people, places, events and latest research of Canada’s subarctic and Arctic regions, one of the fastest-changing environments on Earth

Notable works capture the danger and drama of Arctic exploration
Yukon researcher Dave Mossop holds a pair of kestrel hatchlings
Photo: Yukon College
There was no sign of these birds of prey in the boreal Yukon by 2007, but a long-term study is now recording small returns
Dave Mossop tient dans ses bras deux bébés crécerelles
Photo : Collège Yukon
Il n’y avait aucun signe de ces oiseaux de proie dans la forêt boréale au Yukon vers 2007, mais une étude à long terme indique le retour de ces oiseaux de proie.
The Canadian coast guard icebreaker, Des Groseilliers
Photo: Fiona Hunt/Can Geo Photo Club
Eat your heart out, white noise and whale calls
Explore this infographic to gain greater insight into where Canadians live
Lancaster Sound in the Canadian High Arctic
Photo: Ginette Vachon/Can Geo Photo Club
Blood on ice in the Arctic is not a sign of death, but an affirmation of life itself
people and beluga whales arctic
Photo: Nansen Weber
Drone videographer Nansen Weber shares his latest effort from the Canadian Arctic
Researchers explore the Tunnunik impact crater in Canada's Arctic
Photo: Gordon Osinski
A new way of mapping impact craters could even change how astronauts prepare for the moon and Mars
Researchers explore the Tunnunik impact crater in Canada's Arctic
Photo : Gordon Osinski
Une nouvelle méthode de cartographie des cratères d’impact pourrait même changer le mode de préparation des astronautes pour la lune et Mars
A sign advertising the status of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk ice road
Photo: Richard Hartmier/Canadian Geographic
Next winter, the ice road connecting Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk will be replaced by an all-season overland highway
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