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Inspiration for exploring Canadian places and cultures and other favourite destinations through spectacular storytelling and photography, insider travel tips and service information, news and reviews.

colouring book, photography, wildlife
Colouring Canada features 26 greyscale photographs shot by Canadian Geographic's Photographer-in-Residence 
ROM michael lee-chin crystal toronto
Photo: Kevin Collins/Can Geo Photo Club
Engage your curiosity and fuel your imagination with a visit to one of these top Canadian treasure troves
Canada's tallest proposed skyscrapers
Illustration: Nick Walker/Canadian Geographic
Canadian skyscrapers are climbing higher than ever before, with record-setters planned for Toronto, Edmonton and even Quebec City
Gordon Harris, UniverCity, sustainable development, burnaby
Photo: Peppa Martin
The president and CEO of the Simon Fraser University Community Trust discusses the award-winning community in Burnaby, B.C.
Photo: Nina Stavlund/Can Geo Photo Club
Explore the map below to plan a year of fun as the nation's capital celebrates Canada's 150th birthday
Cite Memoire projection art in Montreal
Photo: Jean-Francois Gratton/ShootStudio.ca
In celebration of the city's 375th anniversary, Montreal is featuring one of the largest projection art installations in the world
Photo courtesy Trump International Hotel & Tower
Making hotels great again?
Icebergs in Pond Inlet, near Bylot Island
Photo: Nick Walker/Can Geo
See photos that will inspire you to put Baffin Island on your list of summer getaways, and read a review of the camera equipment (provided by Vistek and Nikon Canada) used to capture them.
Col. Chris Hadfield in the bridge of the Soviet-era icebreaker, Capitan Khlebnikov. Canadian High Arctic.
Photo: Paul Colangelo/Canadian Geographic
Paul Colangelo shares images from his time exploring the North with the first Canadian to walk in space
A starlit scene in Banff National Park, part of the Skyglow project
Photo courtesy Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic
The Skyglow Project is the result of a three-year journey across North America to photograph the stars, raising awareness of the problem of light pollution
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