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Bill C-18 update: How to stay connected with us

Photo: Andrea Belcher/Can Geo Photo Club
By John Geiger

As you may be aware, due to a dispute with the Canadian government over Bill C-18, the Online News Act, Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has announced it will begin blocking access to news on those platforms for Canadian users. This means that if you reside in Canada, you will soon no longer be able to view Canadian Geographic content on Facebook or Instagram. 

As a publication dedicated to making Canada better known to Canadians and the world, we value our Canadian community and have enjoyed sharing the best of Canada with you on social media over the past decade. We will continue to share stories, photos and other updates on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, where you can find us at @cangeo.

There are also a number of ways you can connect with and support us directly:

  • Bookmark our website,, which is updated daily with great stories on Canadian wildlife, people, places, research, innovation and more. On the website you can also subscribe to the magazinebuy some branded merch, learn about opportunities to travel with us, and make a donation to support our work.
  • Join the Canadian Geographic Photo Club, a vibrant community of amateur and professional photographers from coast to coast to coast. We host a minimum of two competitions per year with exciting prizes to be won, and Photo Club submissions are regularly chosen to appear in the magazine and other Can Geo publications.
  • Subscribe to our e-newsletters to receive our latest and best stories directly in your inbox, take part in our magazine cover votes, and learn about upcoming talks and other public events. 

Thank you for your support during this challenging time for journalism in Canada.