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The Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG) strives to support the objectives of The Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) in the encouragement of geographical study, teaching, research and application of geographic knowledge in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, northern Ontario, and North Dakota.  All members in good standing of the Canadian Association of Geographers residing in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, and the American state of North Dakota, or affiliated with Lakehead University are automatically registered as members of the Division. Membership may also be accorded to other members of the Canadian Association of Geographers upon request to the Secretary/Treasurer of the PCAG


The Department of Environment and Geography at the University of Manitoba is excited to host the 42nd Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG 2018) Annual General Meeting from September 28-30, 2018 at Lakeview Hecla Resort, Hecla, Manitoba.

A block of rooms has been set aside for PCAG2018 at Lakeview Hecla Resort (Phone: 204.279.2041; Given that there is a limited number of rooms in addition to other events occurring that weekend at the Lakeview Hecla Resort, we recommend that you make your room reservation as soon as possible.  Reservations need to be made via phone (indicate that a block of rooms has been set aside for PCAG while making your reservation).

Call for Abstracts:
We are now accepting abstract submissions for presentations that communicate the results of original geographic research in all fields of Geography. Graduate and undergraduate student participation is strongly encouraged. Submission for abstract deadline is September 5, 2018.

More information regarding abstracts is available here.

Climate Atlas of Canada

The Prairie Climate Atlas has been expanded and upgraded to become the Climate Atlas of Canada. The Atlas is one of the only tools in the world that integrates interactive web design with climatology, cinema, and cartography to connect scientific data with personal experience in compelling and easy-to-use ways. It is freely available and designed to make climate change meaningful and accessible to diverse audiences, to inspire local and national action. It is a  product of the University of Winnipeg’s Prairie Climate Centre.

Call for Papers

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays invites submission of papers for publication in its
2018 annual edition (Volume 20). Please ensure submission dates are met for scholarly manuscripts (March 16, 2018) and reviews (July 1, 2018). Authors are encouraged to notify the editor with an ‘intention to submit’ before the deadline. Manuscripts and reviews should be sent to Douglas Munski at

Find submission preparation guidelines and past editions online are available here.

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays is an open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG).

Please see our 2018 CFP

Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays Vol. 19 is now available

Faculty Position Available

The Department of Geography and Planning in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan invites applications from qualified individuals for a full time, tenure-track position in the area of Regional and Urban Planning at the Assistant Professor level effective July 1, 2018.

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