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Watch: Nap time is over for Grouse Mountain grizzly bears

Watch: Nap time is over for Grouse Mountain grizzly bears

As the snow pack melts away, Grinder and Coola’s dormancy was a little shorter than usual.
'Fearless' dog reunites with owner after surviving 100-foot cliff fall in West Vancouver

'Fearless' dog reunites with owner after surviving 100-foot cliff fall in West Vancouver

A three-year-old lab-mix named Freeway spent a night alone in the North Shore mountains after tumbling down a cliff at Cypress Mountain ski resort
First humpback mom and calf return to Salish Sea

First humpback mom and calf return to Salish Sea

The first calf, likely about three months old, and its mother, “Black Pearl,” were spotted in Haro Strait last week by Eagle Wing Tours.
B.C. tribunal orders ex-partner to pay $3,000 for Henry the dog

B.C. tribunal orders ex-partner to pay $3,000 for Henry the dog

The Civil Resolution Tribunal ruled the pair had agreed to a settlement about the dog "with informed and true consent."
Campbell River tackles goldfish invasion in stormwater pond

Campbell River tackles goldfish invasion in stormwater pond

This summer, when the pond is low, the city plans to pump it out in an attempt to eradicate the fish
Update: North Shore Rescue in 'hot pursuit' of dog that survived fall from West Vancouver cliff

Update: North Shore Rescue in 'hot pursuit' of dog that survived fall from West Vancouver cliff

While looking for the lost dog, North Shore Rescue members were also called out to save a hypothermic and lost mother and son pair who splashed through Mosquito Creek.
Large study shows caribou herds in Alberta, B.C., growing from wolf culls, cow pens

Large study shows caribou herds in Alberta, B.C., growing from wolf culls, cow pens

Fresh research suggests western Canada's once-dwindling caribou numbers are finally growing. But the same paper concludes the biggest reason for the rebound is the slaughter of hundreds of wolves, a policy that will likely have to go on for decades.
B.C. tenants unknowingly move into mouse-infested apartment for $3,000

B.C. tenants unknowingly move into mouse-infested apartment for $3,000

The renters submitted a video of mice running around the unit as evidence.
Four B.C. men facing clam, oyster fishery charges

Four B.C. men facing clam, oyster fishery charges

The charges stem from alleged events on Aug. 26, 2023.
Anglers urged to fish out invasive bass from Campbell River lake

Anglers urged to fish out invasive bass from Campbell River lake

Fishers are asked to catch as many smallmouth bass as possible from Echo Lake, freeze their catches and report them to fisheries officials