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‘Mars is looking real’ after SpaceX test rocket sticks 1st upright landing: Elon Musk

SpaceX founder and chief executive Elon Musk said several more short hops are planned before a test version of Starship…

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South Sask. River levels dropping to near normal, users reminded to be safe

South Saskatchewan River levels are expected to drop to near normal for the month. People are being reminded to be…

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Wildfire burning at Marble Point on Shuswap Lake

The wildfire is currently small but crews are monitoring its growth. Read More   source

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Tornado pummels Kinmount, Ont. on Sunday night with winds at 150 km/h

Environment Canada has confirmed that a tornado touched down in Kinmount, Ont., on Sunday night, with winds clocked at 150…

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Saskatoon couple encounters black bear on recent camping trip to Amisk Lake

A couple from Saskatoon encountered a medium sized black bear on a recent trip to Amisk Lake. The bear destroyed…

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Alberta government cracks down on bad behavior on public land

Alberta’s environment minister sent out more enforcement on August long weekend to clamp down on campers’ bad behaviour he says…

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Severe thunderstorms cause power outages, flooding in Montreal

A number of severe thunderstorms swept through the Montreal area Sunday causing power outages and flooding. Read More   source

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Tanker-truck carrying 5,000 litres of diesel fuel catches fire

A tanker-truck carrying 5,000 litres of diesel fuel caught fire early Monday morning on Highway 223 in Saint-Basile-Le-Grand. Read More…

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Nova Scotia residents raise alarm over causeway’s threat to local fish stocks

A group of concerned citizens is calling for government action to protect fish and fish habitat in the Avon River.…

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Montreal’s Jean-Doré beach re-opening pushed back to Monday

The re-opening of Montreal’s Jean-Doré beach on Île Notre-Dame has been pushed back from Sunday to Monday due to bad…

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Rescue crews race the clock to save trio of entangled humpback whales off B.C. coast

“We get entanglements every year so it’s not atypical… But it’s not usual to get so many at one time.…

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Manitoba farmers encouraged to list any available feed due to potential shortages

Manitoba’s ag sector is once again calling on farmers to consider selling any extra animal feed as inconsistent yields have…

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No, don’t try and ‘rescue’ that distressed seal pup, says Oceanwise

The plea comes after a man took a seal pup aboard his boat near Port McNeill, believing it was abandoned.…

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Water at Montreal’s Jean-Doré beach off limits due to bacterial contamination

Quebec’s environment ministry said the decision to close the beach was made following water quality tests carried out on July…

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‘Murder hornet’ trapped for the first time in Washington State

There have been five previous confirmed sightings of Asian giant hornets in the state. Read More   source

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Ontario announces annual double-crested cormorant fall hunting season

A hunting season for the double-crested cormorant will run annually from Sept. 15 to Dec. 31 in Ontario. Read More…

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Bear killed after getting into campers’ food on Abraham Lake crown land site

Alberta Fish and Wildlife euthanized a bear that got a taste of human food at a crown land camping spot…

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Endangered turtles are getting struck and killed by cars, says conservation group

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is asking motorists to watch out for turtles trying to cross the road this summer…

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