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2014/04/22 11:51
2014/04/22 11:51
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The unlucky bear bore more than a little resemblance to Winnie-the-Pooh[CATERS] The unlucky animal had to be tranquillised by local police after he became stuck while searching for a snack. The bear...
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2014/04/22 11:51
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2014/04/21 02:58
2014/04/21 02:58
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SUDBURY, Ont. -- A black bear had to be tranquilized after it got its head stuck in a plastic container near Sudbury early Sunday morning. Greater Sudbury Police say officers responding to a...
2014/04/17 19:27
2014/04/17 19:27
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TORONTO - Two animal rights groups are taking the Ontario government to court in an attempt to stop a spring bear hunt pilot program before it begins, alleging it amounts to animal cruelty. Animal...
2014/04/16 20:48
2014/04/16 20:48
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THUNDER BAY ON ------- April 16, 2014 ---- To ensure moose populations remain healthy and resilient, Ontario is reducing adult moose tags across the province by about 18 per cent for 2014. The...
2014/04/16 19:24
2014/04/16 19:24
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A Minnesota angler who caught a potential world-record trout while ice fishing pleaded guilty in court March 28. Rob Scott of Crane Lake was fined $400 and had to forfeit his trout—a 52-pound,...
2014/04/16 17:26
2014/04/16 17:26
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Work to repair the decrepit Red Bay Fishermen’s Dock in East End is scheduled to begin Tuesday as part of the Fat Hogs Bay Harbour Development Project, officials said. The works are being undertaken...
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2014/04/15 04:29
2014/04/15 04:29
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LAST weekend a group of 170 tourists from Israel arrived in the country to visit several national parks and other game sanctuaries including Arusha, Lake Manyara and Serengeti. The arrival of Israeli...
2014/04/15 04:07
2014/04/15 04:07
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The new Sioux Lookout Fire Management Headquarters is ready for this spring’s fire season — should the snow ever melt. The Ministry of Natural Resources has completed the $13.7-million facility which...
2014/04/15 02:39
2014/04/15 02:39
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Kitimat’s rejection of the proposed Northern Gateway project has buoyed the hopes of a company with First Nations connections that is dreaming of building an alternative pipeline across British...
2014/04/14 17:13
2014/04/14 17:13
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The ‘super-efficient’ Department of the Environment has hurriedly given a conditional approval for the detailed Environmental Impact Assessment for a massive 891-acre land reclamation project under...
2014/04/14 01:14
2014/04/14 01:14
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A second phase of restoration work on Rattray Marsh is set to get underway after the province confirmed it will put up $640,000 to fund the project. The money from the Ministry of Natural Resources...
2014/04/14 01:13
2014/04/14 01:13
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Tanker Staff photo by David Paterson Jon Gosling, a worker with Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources, prepares a tanker to fill dozens of buckets with water and salmon to transport the fish on the...
2014/04/13 16:58
2014/04/13 16:58
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MONTREAL -- With heavy rain expected to fall in Quebec and Ontario, many rivers in both provinces rivers are at risk of overflowing and flood warnings have been issued. On Sunday, Environment Canada...
2014/04/10 18:07
2014/04/10 18:07
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Caledonia law students will try the case of the Big Bad Wolf, plus free barbecue and displays are at the courthouse starting at 11:30 a.m. for Law Day today, April 10. This family-friendly event...
2014/04/06 05:15
2014/04/06 05:15
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MARQUETTE - This week, with ice beginning to melt along Great Lakes shorelines, and tributary rivers and streams opening up, anglers from Skanee to Flat Rock to Kalamazoo are eager for springtime...
2014/04/05 01:37
2014/04/05 01:37
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DAP lawmaker raps minister for not telling the truth about toxic levels from waste plant A DAP lawmaker has accused Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit, the deputy natural resources and environment minister,...
2014/04/04 18:36
2014/04/04 18:36
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By PNA and U.S. News Agency / Asian Viet Nam will work to improve the resistance of its marine ecosystems to climate change impacts while maintaining their productivity, policy makers said on...
2014/04/04 18:16
2014/04/04 18:16
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Saving the Bang Khunthian coast will cost B1.5bnStudy will determine if new plan using concrete groynes will be sound and feasible The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is conducting an...
2014/04/04 09:38
2014/04/04 09:38
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Ron Wu-Winter grabs a branch of a European buckthorn shrub, careful to avoid its thorny twigs, and gives it a gentle shake. Its dark, shrivelled berries bounce like beans in a rattle. "It's kind of...
2014/04/04 05:31
2014/04/04 05:31
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Rob Scott, the Minnesota angler who caught a potential tip-up world-record lake trout in February, pleaded guilty on Friday in Canada’s Fort Frances Provincial Offences Court to keeping one lake trout...
2014/04/22 11:51
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