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T-Rex spotted roaming the streets of Winnipeg
A Winnipeg man who wears a T-Rex costume around Winnipeg is garnering a lot of attention. Sean Piper purchased the dinosaur costume last October, and since then the T-Rex, named Conrad, has taken on a life of its own.
Syrian refugee family arrives in Whitehorse, Yukon
Dozens of Yukoners gathered at the Whitehorse airport Saturday to welcome Yukon's newest residents: a family of 11 Syrian refugees who are the first to settle in the North under the current sponsorship program.
Lead found in Canadian pipes too, experts say
Water toxicity experts estimate that roughly 10 per cent of Canadians are at risk of being exposed to lead through their drinking water as Americans in Flint, Mich., grapple with an ongoing drinking water scandal.
Hello, winter! Newcomers to Canada enjoy the snow in Pippy Park
It's something locals take for granted, but people who have moved to St. John's from warmer countries are experiencing the thrill of sliding. They've lived through war and natural disasters, but a St. John's winter is a new experience for a group of newco
B.C. wolf cull critics take fight to court
Two environmental groups say they're taking their fight against British Columbia's controversial wolf cull to court. Pacific Wild and Valhalla Wilderness Society say they have filed an application for a judicial review.
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