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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
Sasquatch. Bigfoot. Yeti. Yowie. Whatever you call it, people are drawn to mysterious tale of the mythical wild ape-man. So was journalist when he set on his quest to the Great Bear Rainforest in search of answers. What did he find? ➡️
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
: Have you followed our other accounts yet? for international luxury destinations, for resources and initiatives that help teachers and educators, and to keep up-to-date on all our Society news, including our expeditions teams!
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Aaron Kylie Sep 20
Given our digital addictions these days (and our disposable culture), this + blog by is particularly noteworthy ... Reducing e-waste recycling risks in Ghana
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10,000 Changes Sep 20
Every time a fleece jacket is washed, about 2,000 fibres end up in the wastewater that’s produced. Fortunately, you can make a difference by committing to wearing natural fibres — or just washing your synthetic fabrics less often.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
You can purchase a copy of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada for yourself (or your classroom!) online on Amazon or Chapters. See here for more info:
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Magazines Canada Sep 20
Plastic made our lives more affordable, convenient and energy efficient. But now plastic waste is threatening the land we call home. Learn about Canada's commitment to eliminate plastic waste with here:
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
You can find our Giant Floor Maps available for rent here: :)
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Aaron Kylie Sep 20
Declines in caribou pops across CANADA will continue unless...(see this map: ) Declines in the southern caribou population will continue to happen if the Ministry doesn’t put the Kootenays on the map as a priority:Wildsight
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Canadian Geographic Sep 19
For day 4 of , we're bringing back this story about Arctic permafrost thaw by Leslie Anthony. How will it affect Canada? How will it affect the world? 🌎
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Can Geo Travel Sep 19
Have you voted for your favourite cover of 's November/December issue yet? Vote now and enter to win a free one-year subscription of the magazine!
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Canadian Geographic Sep 19
A German study found that CHILDREN age 3-17 have alarmingly high levels of plastic in their bodies: Similarly, a recent Austrian study found microplastics in adults, as explained in this article for :
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Magazines Canada Sep 19
Do you want to reduce plastic waste? Learn how small changes in our daily lives can make a big difference with here:
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Canadian Geographic Sep 19
Today, Fellow, education advisor and great friend to the Society will receive a Alumni Honour Award for her contributions to truth and reconciliation education. We can't think of a more deserving person. Read our Q&A here:
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Andrew Lovesey Sep 19
To help you decide whether you should move to an Apple Watch, or trade in for the new Series 5, here are a few advantages of what is now the standard-bearer for smartwatches. [via ]
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Boreal Conservation Sep 18
ICYMI: Mapping around - great resource on impact from .
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Canadian Geographic Sep 19
Another from manager of programs, , just in time for the changing of the leaves. 🍂 After looking at these covers, we're feeling the strong urge to go apple-picking. 🍎What's your favourite fall activity in Canada?
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Canadian Geographic Sep 18
We're deeply saddened to hear the news of Graeme Gibson's passing, but today we remember him for everything he did.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 18
To address this concern (among a multitude of other plastics-related concerns!), we partnered with to create . If you're looking to use less plastic in your day-to-day life but you don't know where to start, click here:
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Canadian Geographic Sep 18
For Day 3 of (a week for science and oceans research in Canada), we want to bring attention to our initiative, aimed at helping Canadians rethink plastic consumption. Ocean plastics (especially microplastics) are becoming an increasingly large problem.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 18
You don't have to be a pro photographer to understand the frustrations of snapping a photo in poor lighting only to realize the shot comes out grainy, dark and dull. How does 's new work to correct the problem? Click to find out!
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