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B.C. woman fined $60,000 for feeding bears believed she was helping animals

We are learning why a B.C. judge rejected the lawyers’ joint submissions and imposed $60,000 in penalties on a woman who pleaded guilty...

If you are upset about coyotes being killed in Vancouver, help prevent wildlife feeding, say experts

Animal advocates hope that the final solution in place to stop aggressive coyote attacks in Vancouver's biggest park will be a wake-up call...
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As new storm hits B.C., Ottawa says atmospheric river warning system won’t be ready soon

A new national warning system for atmospheric rivers may still be years away from completion, according to Environment Canada and Climate Change Canada. The...
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Gunfight between forces, militants erupts in Pulwama

Gunfight erupted in South Kashmir on Wednesday morning after a joint team of forces cordoned off a Pulwama village following inputs of the...

Student opens fire at Michigan school, 3 dead

Oxford Township (US) A 15-year-old sophomore opened fire at his Michigan high school, killing three students and wounding six other people, including a...

2 Lethbridge police officers demoted in misconduct hearing involving offensive memes

A pair of Lethbridge police officers have been demoted for one year after pleading guilty to misconduct charges earlier this month. The joint submission...