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How to catch dinner in the wild: 2 easy snares

Imagine that you’re out for a hike. Even though you planned out your trip pretty well, you get lost. It’s getting dark and you don’t know how to get back…

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The 9 Pyramids of Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada

What a mystery we have here. Years ago I was told, from multiple sources, that deep in Algonquin Park in Ontario Canada, a Pyramid or Pyramids existed in a now…

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4 DAY BACKPACKING TRIP TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II WILDLANDS PROVINCIAL PARK

For this trip my nephew and I headed to Queen Elisabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park. Our plan was to go in for 3 nights following a portion of the Ganaraka…

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Canada’s “snowbirds” have set up their nests in British Columbia

The closure of the border with the United States has forced many Canadians to overwinter north of the 49 th parallel rather than in the heat of the American South….

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Oil sands development disrupts wildlife health: report:

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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Manitobans impatient to camp despite COVID-19

The pandemic does not stop Manitobans who like to camp, as the figures show the day after the opening of reservations for campgrounds in provincial parks. According to the province,…

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Habits to keep after the coronavirus

The pandemic has forced us to change several habits of our daily lives. Which of these should we keep for the sake of the environment after the coronavirus crisis? Here…

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Skier dies in avalanche near Pemberton

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Whistler reports that a 42-year-old man from Squamish died Thursday after being swept away by an avalanche while skiing near Pemberton, British Columbia….

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Camping season begins in confusion in Ontario

Saturday marked the first day of camping for many vacationers in Ontario, just two days after the Ford government announced the opening of private campsites. “I will be very honest:…

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Bear hibernation shortened due to mild winter

Throughout the northern hemisphere, the winter has been particularly mild … to the point of shortening the hibernation time of the bears. Unusually early revivals have been seen in the…

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