Oil sands development disrupts wildlife health

In northeastern Alberta, near the oil industry, researchers report lower reproductive rates, modified sex organs and the presence of rat poison in many of the specimens tested. Pekan, marten, muskrat,…

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Best Camping Spots In Wales

Rife with emerald green landscapes, stunning water landmarks, and breathtaking coastlines, Wales is a little slice of worldly heaven. Basking in the true splendors of this charming country is best…

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Bundle Up Ontario, Winter Is Finally Here

Winter temperatures continue in Ontario, with extreme cold warnings still in effect in central and northern Ontario. A wind chill of -35 to -45 is observed in these areas. This…

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Sturgeon decline warning in the Fraser River

There are calls for the federal government to impose restrictions on the use of gillnets by the fishing industry and First Nations on the Fraser River in British Columbia, where…

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Disturbing Video Shows Alberta Cop Repeatedly Running Over Deer

A video showing a police officer driving over an injured deer has sparked controversy in Alberta. The video broadcast by Global television shows a police officer from Lethbridge who uses…

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Snowshoe Hares Eat Meat, Including Other Bunnies: Study

Snowshoe hares do not eat only grass and carrots. They also eat meat, including that of other hares, says a new study from the University of Alberta. “It’s strange to…

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Seals will kill cod by 2050, study finds

Cod could disappear completely from certain areas of the Gulf of St. Lawrence by 2050. Already weakened by overfishing, populations are struggling to recover because of the proliferation of one…

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Camping Food List: Packing Light, Packing Right

Cooking food under a canopy of trees is one of the tastiest treats you can get from camping. However, packing just enough food isn’t always everybody’s expertise. As a guide,…

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Calgarian succeeds in climbing the seven highest peaks in the world

Calgarians Laval St. Germain has climbed the highest mountains of the seven continents, taking up the challenge of a lifetime. Just back from this latest expedition, the adventurer is already…

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“Flaming rhetoric” from MP raises biologists’ ire

In an open letter, 37 biologists wrote down their names to reiterate the importance of a provincial conservation plan that would protect 4000 square kilometers in the Bighorn backcountry between…

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