The massive glaciers, flat-topped mountains and 4,500-year-old archeological sites of Canada’s remote Quttinirpaaq National Park are now the northernmost place you can explore on Google Street View:...
Nearly 90 years after she sank into Nunavut's Arctic seabed, the ship that took famed explorer Roald Amundsen on his second polar expedition is finally ready to sail back home to Norway.
This photo comes from Sandra Alookee, and was featured in Your North by CBC. Check out more shots from across the territories!
A decade after it was first promised, the station is already giving scientists access to a vast new section of ice and tundra to explore. “We’re trying to come up with a long-term, systematic, mul...
Today's photo is coming from Library and Archives Canada from 1948. Remember, if you have a photo you'd like featured, send it in through our Canada is Beautiful Facebook page.
Canada is such a vast country that much of it is rarely photographed, especially the North. Thanks to NASA's IceBridge mission, we have this fantastic photo of Ellesmere Island in Nunavut
Explore Vancouver in this great video by Shamlo Faek!
867 was chosen as area code for Canadian North because it spells "top" as in "top of the world"... Jenny would be proud!