BC Parks reservation site crashes amid COVID-19 restrictions

Thousands of British Columbians rushed to the BC Parks website to reserve a campsite for this summer on Monday, but the traffic caused a computer outage, which caused much dissatisfaction…

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Three injured including a child in an explosion at a campground near Perth, Ontario

According to the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), a propane tank buried near a campfire is said to have exploded. In particular, the child was transported…

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Tourism industry claims one-third of BC economic stimulus fund

British Columbia’s hospitality and tourism sector, particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, is demanding more than a third of the $ 1.5 billion provincial stimulus fund being used to help…

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Glass domes to simulate the state of the boreal forest in 100 years

What will the boreal forest look like in 100 years? This is the question that biologists in London, Ontario, are trying to answer in a multi-year international study. The boreal…

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Winter Camping In Canada

Join for some winter camping in Canada.. In this video, we hike across frozen ponds and through the woods to access a remote area for a two night winter camping…

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Group calls for action to regulate wild camping near Calgary

An environmental nonprofit group is calling on Alberta to better protect the Ghost River watershed after problematic camper behavior in the area this summer. The Ghost Watershed Alliance Society says…

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Bears Inuit hunter killed in the Arctic by a polar bear

An Inuit hunter, who left with two friends hunting Arctic caribou and narwhals, died after being attacked by a polar bear, the Canadian Federal Police announced on Tuesday. Significant relief…

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Perfect recipe for an invasion of locusts

In August 2019, the East African Crop Surveillance Network expressed concern over the increasing risk of locust invasions in Sudan and Ethiopia. Already in December, the first alerts of massive…

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A backpacking Trip To Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park

On this short backpacking trip we had planned to Hike from the Devil’s Lake Road access. to the Victoria Falls access over the course of 3 days. However, with the…

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The Bears Are Out In B.C.

Reports of bears are increasing as the spring season advances, as more and more people go outside in British Columbia. The authorities remind the population of the instructions to follow…

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