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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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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Cooking Tips for Campers: Cooking Made Easy

Cooking on the camping grounds can be extremely challenging. Nonetheless, there is no substitute to eating a freshly-cooked meal after venturing into a difficult camping trail. After all, the best…

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25 years of co-existence between bison and tar sands

In Fort McMurray, Beaver Creek Wood Ranch on Tuesday marked the 25th anniversary of the introduction of a herd of bison on the site of a former oil sands mine….

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Biologists Show A Year In The Life Of Quetico Park

Biologists from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry shared a video this week of some of the wild animals filmed between August 2017 and July 2018 by a camera…

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3 DAY WINTER CAMPING TRIP WITH A SNOWTREKKER HOT TENT

3 day Winter Camping trip to Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park in Ontario. It was our first trip using the new new Snowtrekker EXP Shortwall Hot Tent. Dale Modin

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Yukon hosts North American Orienteering Championship

Competitors from the North American and Canadian Orienteering Championship have been participating since Saturday in the first event held north of the 60th parallel. More than 500 participants from 22…

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