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What it’s like to watch a harpooned whale die right before your eyes

Alternet 20 Oct 2021
The mammoth body slowly slid back into the sea ... Captain Paul Watson is a Canadian-American marine conservation activist who founded the direct action group the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in 1977 and was more recently featured in Animal Planet's popular television series "Whale Wars" and the documentary about his life, "Watson."
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DNA Explainer: Why the Arctic may not have any polar bears left by 2100

DNA India 19 Oct 2021
The pace with which climate change is affecting Earth, it is not far when the summer sea ice in the Arctic will disappear and along with it, creatures such as seals and polar bears will become extinct. A new study has revealed how a disaster is waiting to happen ... This summer sea ice has always helped in a rich marine ecosystem.
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Vernon Legion says no poppy drive or parade this Remembrance Day as COVID pandemic continues

Castanet 18 Oct 2021
Cheques were presented to 63 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps, 223 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron (Red Lion), 1705 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps (BC Dragoons), and 69 Navy League Cadet Corps (Okanagan).
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Tourism industry rejoices over reopening of Canada-U.S. border

The Daily Star 15 Oct 2021
Vaccinated Canadians will once again be able to drive into the United States, starting in November ... “On any given day, you could be driving around Plattsburgh and you could see a sea of Canadian license plates,” said Michael Cashman, supervisor for the town of Plattsburgh.
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U.S. land border reopening to Canadians Nov. 8: What you need to know

CTV 15 Oct 2021
Starting Nov. 8, the United States will be opening its land and sea border to non-essential fully vaccinated Canadian travellers for the first time since March 2020. Here's what we know so far ... .
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Sask. snowbirds excited to head south when U.S. border reopens

CTV 15 Oct 2021
Nov. 8 is the tentative date for the United States government to reopen its land and sea borders to non-essential fully vaccinated Canadian travellers ... .
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What B.C. residents need to know about COVID-19 testing when the U.S. border opens

Castanet 14 Oct 2021
This means Canadians who were immunized with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may travel south of the border, too ... by land or sea, provided the travellers meet the vaccination requirement. COVID-19 testing for Canadians returning home ... All Canadians five years of age or older must ...
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Sister of fallen Sea Cadet gets Toronto plaque memorial 67 years later

Toronto Sun 14 Oct 2021
Pape’s brother George, then living in Scarborough with his family, drowned along with three other teenaged Royal Canadian Sea Cadets and their 23-year-old lieutenant on June 6, 1954 during a routine training exercise off Toronto’s Woodbine Beach ... They were among a group of 10 Sea ...
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Montreal-made website uses AI to show impacts of climate change on any address

Moosejaw Today 14 Oct 2021
Research on the Canadian Centre for ... Almost simultaneously, the summer sea ice area in Northern Canadian waters decreased by nearly 7 per cent per decade on average between 1968 and 2015 ... This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct ... Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press.
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Sault reacts to U.S. border reopening

CTV 14 Oct 2021
The U.S. says it will be reopening its land and sea borders to fully vaccinated Canadians and Mexicans early next month ... .
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What we know about the U.S. land border reopening to Canadians

CTV 14 Oct 2021
Starting in early November, the United States will be opening its land and sea border to non-essential fully vaccinated Canadian travellers for the first time since March 2020 ... .
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'It’s about time': Albertans react to plans to reopen Canada-U.S. land border

CTV 13 Oct 2021
After a record long 19-month closure, many Albertans are excited to hear the United States will reopen its land and sea borders to fully vaccinated Canadians in early November ... .
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Arctic Ocean's 'last ice area' may not survive the century

Phys Dot Org 12 Oct 2021
It this keeps up, in the future will year-round sea ice—and the creatures who need it to survive—persist anywhere? ... The study targets a 1 million-square kilometer region north of Greenland and the coasts of the Canadian Archipelago, where year-round sea ice has traditionally been thickest, and thus likely to be most resilient.
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QMJHL Roundup: Riley Kidney scores in overtime as Titan down Eagles 2-1

Moosejaw Today 11 Oct 2021
SYDNEY, N.S ... ---. SEA DOGS 3 ISLANDERS 1 ... Riley Bezeau and Cam MacDonald also scored for the Sea Dogs (1-3-1) ... This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 11, 2021. The Canadian Press. .
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