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Students fishing on the Rideau Canal

At Beveridges Locks near Perth, Ont., students had the chance to go fishing in the Rideau Canal, and a couple of them caught sunfish and bass. (Photo: Tanya Kirnishni/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Tanya Kirnishni/Canadian Geographic
Highlights from day three of Canada's Coolest School Trip
Students on Canada's Coolest School Trip

After leaving Alberta at 4 a.m., the students who won Canada's Coolest School Trip were happy to finally arrive at Ontario’s Thousand Islands National Park. (Photo: Tanya Kirnishni)

Photo credit: Tanya Kirnishni
Highlights from the first day of Canada's Coolest School Trip
Coeur de Pirate illustration by Kerry Hodgson

Illustration: Kerry Hodgson/Canadian Geographic

Illustration: Kerry Hodgson/Canadian Geographic
Béatrice Martin, the Québécoise singer-songwriter known by her stage name, reminisces about a special park in Montreal
Help Canadian Geographic and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada make 2018 an unforgettable year for Canadian tourism
An early summer view from the Lucy Maud Montgomery Land Trust Trail, to the west of Cavendish Beach

An early summer view from the Lucy Maud Montgomery Land Trust Trail, to the west of Cavendish Beach. (Photo: Nicholas Jay)

Photo: Nicholas Jay
In giving Anne Shirley her own deep love of and connection to Prince Edward Island, Lucy Maud Montgomery reveals the way place can fire the imagination
Left: Adam Weymouth author photo. Right: Book cover Kings of the Yukon

Adam Weymouth's first book, Kings of the Yukon, sees him paddle the length of the Yukon River to trace the route of migrating chinook salmon, a fish that has long been the lifeblood of the economy and culture of those who live along the waterway. (Author photo: Suki Dhanda)

Author photo: Suki Dhanda
Adam Weymouth's first book, Kings of the Yukon, sees him paddle the length of the Yukon River to trace the route of migrating chinook salmon
Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the new Kananaskis Nordic Spa is the perfect place to partake of a longstanding mountain tradition

Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the new Kananaskis Nordic Spa is the perfect place to partake of a longstanding mountain tradition. (Photo: Mike Seehagel/Travel Alberta)

Photo: Mike Seehagel/Travel Alberta
A Scandinavian tradition gets a Canadian spin at the new Kananaskis Nordic Spa
The Squaxin Island Canoe Family on the Tribal Canoe Journey. For the past two years, NoiseCat and his father have joined the Squaxin Island Canoe Family on this remarkable voyage.

The Squaxin Island Canoe Family on the Tribal Canoe Journey. For the past two years, NoiseCat and his father have joined the Squaxin Island Canoe Family on this remarkable voyage. (Photo: Julian Brave NoiseCat)

Photo: Julian Brave NoiseCat
For my father and me, these journeys are both personal and political
San Francisco's iconic Painted Ladies

San Francisco's iconic “Painted Ladies.” If a day or two is all you can spare in the city, be sure to visit these and the other great landmarks below. (Photo: Casie Stewart/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Casie Stewart/Canadian Geographic
If you're short on time but big on fun, make sure to take in one of these must-do activities in the City by the Bay
Boats, Rivière Maquatua, Wemindji, eastern James Bay, Eeyou Istchee

Boats on the mouth of the Rivière Maquatua near Wemindji, on eastern James Bay (Photo: Roland Bastarache/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Roland Bastarache/Canadian Geographic
The residents of eastern James Bay, or Eeyou Istchee (‘the people’s land’), are opening their territory to visitors. Here’s a glimpse at a few communities in the region.
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