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Fracking linked to 4.4 magnitude quake in Fox Creek
Alberta's energy regulator says a significant earthquake in the province last week was likely caused by hydraulic fracturing. Scientists say that if that's true, it will have been the largest earthquake ever to happen as a result of an industrial operatio
Unwise owl in rehab after run-in with porcupine
One of the owls currently housed at Hope for Wildlife is Quill, a great horned owl, who got the nickname with good reason. When he came in, he was starving and was injured because of a run-in with a porcupine.
Man finds stolen dog and 'best buddy' Dozer online
Richard Brower was finally ready to accept his dog was gone, a year and a half after Dozer was stolen. But while online searching for another pet, he found the German shepherd. 'My heart just kind of sank and I started shaking,' Brower told CBC Radio's Th
17 Vancouver maple trees illegally chopped
Vancouver police and the park board are investigating after 17 maple trees were chopped along Cambie Street and West 29 Avenue and left lying on the ground sometime after midnight.
Student with autism saves neighbour who was crushed by car
In November, Cardinal Newman student Chris Miller saved his neighbour’s life after he was crushed by a car. It's something made even more remarkable by the fact that just a few months earlier, doctors said Chris would never walk again after a major stroke
Royal Canadian Legion needs injection of youth, Afghan vet says
Throughout its 88 years, the Royal Canadian Legion has been recognized as the voice of veterans, particularly veterans of the world wars. But one veteran of Afghanistan wants to attract younger people to the organization and push it to advocate for a new
Anti-toboggan bylaws in Canada 'stupid'
It's been a big week for the right to toboggan in Canada. So we sent our Saint John videojournalist Matthew Bingley to see what people in the Maritimes think about a world without toboggans.
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