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The authoritative source for all things geography, wildlife and environment, climate and energy, travel, culture and exploration in Canada, Canadian Geographic has been making Canada better known to Canada and the world since 1930.

January/February 2018 cover

Cover options for the January/February issue of Canadian Geographic. Option three was the clear winner, earning 48 per cent of the audience vote. (Photos, left to right: Gary and Joanie McGuffin, Robin O’Neill and Nick Hawkins)

January/February 2018 cover
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Cover options for Winter 2017 Canadian Geographic Travel issue

Cover options for the Winter 2017-18 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel. Option one was the clear winner, nabbing 47 per cent of the audience vote. (Photos: Javier Frutos/Canadian Geographic)

Photos: Javier Frutos/Canadian Geographic
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Option one was the stand-out winner with 45 per cent of the cover vote.

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September/October cover

Option one took this issue's cover vote with 41 per cent of the vote.

September/October cover
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Cover options Can Geo Fall Travel 2017

The cover on the far right won 62 per cent of the vote for its authentic portrayal of the Hawaiian island of O'ahu. 

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Cover options Can Geo July/August 2017

Option two won by just three per cent. 

July/August 2017 Canadian Geographic
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Nearly half (48 per cent) of our voters preferred the Vancouver option (far right).

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The majority of voters preferred option three (far right), with that image garnering 40 per cent of the tally. Options one and two received 22 and 37 per cent of the vote.

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50 per cent of voters agreed that option one was tops

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Jill Heinerth will be at the Vancouver Aquarium next week to present some of the stunning images she's collected over her career as a diver and underwater caver. (Photo: Jill Heinerth)

Photo: Jill Heinerth
Diver and explorer Jill Heinerth will be speaking in Vancouver on February 22
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