May 9, 2018
Adam Shoalts could be described as a renaissance man gone wild. He’s the author of two national bestselling books, Alone Against the North: An Expedition Into the Unknown and A History of Canada in Ten Maps. Shoalts is also a trained cartographer, an archaeologist and a historian. Beyond his academic accomplishments, Shoalts is best known for his solo expeditions into Canada's wilderness, garnering international headlines and inspiring awe and excitement about Canada’s most remote places.
May 7, 2018
Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) and The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) are partnering to provide concrete support for high-level Canadian adventure expeditions. John Geiger, CEO of the RCGS, considers the partnership with MEC a perfect match. “We’re thrilled to have MEC, a name synonymous with quality, adventure and a passion for the outdoors, working with us as we fulfill our mission to connect Canadians with their natural and cultural heritage.”
May 2, 2018
After months of grueling skill-testing questions and fieldwork, the Canadian Geographic Olympiad has yielded its top four senior geography students, who will represent Canada on the world stage at the celebrated International Geography Olympiad (iGeo). The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) is proud to announce Team Canada.
April 11, 2018
Canada’s Jill Heinerth is one of the world’s top marine explorers and holds the record for going farther into deep underwater caves than any woman in history. Heinerth, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society’s inaugural Explorer-in-Residence, will be visiting schools in the national capital region to share what it takes to become a modern-day explorer. Heinerth’s curiosity, technical prowess and fearlessness have taken her inside Antarctic icebergs and led her to venture into underwater caves and shipwrecks the world over.
March 21, 2018
Canada’s Jill Heinerth is a modern-day explorer who ventures deep into Earth’s uncharted, underwater caves, places where no humans have gone before. To celebrate World Water Day, Canadian Geographic Education (Can Geo Education) is launching Dive Into the Planet with Jill Heinerth, a Google Earth Voyager story about her expeditions and water conservation work.
March 14, 2018
Great photography has been a cornerstone of the Canadian Geographic brand throughout its nearly 90-year history. Today, the magazine is announcing that Daisy Gilardini, an internationally celebrated conservation photographer specializing in the polar regions, will be joining Canadian Geographic's Photographer-in-Residence program.
March 14, 2018
Canada's Jill Heinerth is one of the world's top marine explorers and holds the record for going farther into deep underwater caves than any woman in history. Heinerth, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society's Explorer-in-Residence (EIR), will be visiting Ghuch Tla Community School in Carcross to share what it takes to become a modern-day explorer. Heinerth's curiosity, technical prowess and fearlessness have taken her inside Antarctic icebergs and led her to venture into underwater caves and shipwrecks the world over.
March 6, 2018
Want to feel better about the world we live in? The March/April issue of Canadian Geographic is packed with inspiring stories about environmental comebacks, citizen science discoveries and Canadians having a positive impact both at home and on the world stage.
March 2, 2018
Grade 4 students from Topsail Elementary School will have the opportunity to try a teaching tool that encourages them — quite literally — to think on their feet. They will be the first school to explore the new giant floor map of Newfoundland and Labrador at the Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre.
February 28, 2018
At the Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Canada gala in Toronto's Distillery Historic District, John Geiger, CEO of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS), announced the addition of three new explorers to the Society's highly successful Explorer-in-Residence program.
January 22, 2018
Is summer already on your mind? Canadian Geographic has a few ideas in its January/ February issue to get you outdoors and onto The Great Trail! Inside this issue, you'll find stories and photographs that perfectly capture the essence of what makes this 24,000-kilometre trail a national treasure. The magazine provides great examples of how any Canadian can take advantage of it to explore our country, no matter their capabilities or interests.