Alberta acquires 188 hectares for Springbank Reservoir project

The province is getting closer to building the Springbank Reservoir near Calgary to protect the city from flooding. The government has purchased 188 hectares of private land for the project. With…

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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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Before each trip: 8 checks to be made on your RV

In parallel with the periodic maintenance of your RV, here are some checks to make before each departure. These quick precautions will reduce the cost of repairs, the risk of breakdowns…

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3 Myths About Women Backpackers No One Should Believe

When it comes to outdoor sports and hobbies there is a common stigma that men are much stronger, more reliable, and consistent in their success with outdoor sports and adventures….

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Ford government freezes hunting license prices

The Ontario government says it wants to curb an increase in hunting license fees in 2019. It eliminates a $2 service charge from the previous Liberal government’s budget. Natural Resources…

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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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Protection measures for right whales will still be imposed in 2019

After a deadly year 2017, Fisheries and Oceans is now convinced of the effectiveness of the measures imposed in 2018 to protect Right Whales. No specimens of the endangered species have…

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Camping Reservations For Alberta’s National Parks Now Open

Outdoor enthusiasts wishing to camp in an Alberta national park this summer can reserve their spot this week. Jasper National Park has opened its camping reservations Tuesday morning, while the others…

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The death of a killer whale may affect other members of his group

Group J is probably the best known among the resident population of southern killer whales. After the death of two members of the group last summer, researchers now fear that…

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