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

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
arctic research baffin island
Photo: Shawna-lee Masson/Canadian Geographic Photo Club
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The MV Martin Bergmann, floating research base for the marine ecosystem study
Photo: Adrian Schimnowski
Researchers are shedding new light on northern food webs and environments by connecting disciplines and local knowledge — even by using different ships
Photo : Adrian Schimnowski
Des chercheurs jettent une nouvelle lumière sur les réseaux alimentaires et les environnements nordiques en jumelant un éventail de disciplines et le savoir local — et même en ayant recours à des navires de type différent 
labrador snowshoe map
Photo: Jerry Kobalenko/Canadian Geographic; Map: Chris Brackley/Canadian Geographic
Two pairs of snowshoes. 400 kilometres. A lot of frozen sandwiches.
In his sumptuously illustrated Lines in the Ice: Exploring the Roof of the World, Philip J. Hatfield assesses the impact of polar exploration on a region that continues to fascinate 
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