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  • Grand opening finally set for Okanagan Rail Trail

    Sep 24/18, Category outdoors

    The idea was magnificent: Repurpose old train tracks for public use. Next Thursday, the Okanagan Rail Trail, four years in...

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  • Share your photos of Kananaskis Country with Alberta Parks

    Sep 24/18, Category outdoors

    As part of a special event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Kananaskis Country, officials are looking for photos and...

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  • Homeless campers in B.C. provincial park allowed to stay indefinitely

    Sep 24/18, Category general

    LANGFORD, B.C. -- The camping area of a provincial park near Victoria was closed to the public Thursday as a group of...

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  • See them before they’re gone: birds are migrating south this weekend

    Sep 21/18, Category outdoors

    Ah, the signs of fall. The leaves are changing, you’re bringing in the floating dock, and birds are on the move, set to...

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  • Swimmers beware, more warnings for West Belle River beach than others

    Sep 21/18, Category outdoors

    In the past three years, there has been only one week where beaches in Windsor-Essex county were all open without warnings...

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  • Province announces plans to redevelop Barrier Lake area in Kananaskis Country

    Sep 21/18, Category outdoors

    Visitors to a popular area in Bow Valley Provincial Park along Highway 40 will encounter a number of changes in the coming...

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  • 4 unique upgrades for your new cottage build

    Sep 20/18, Category diy (home improvement)

    One of the most rewarding things about designing and building a new cottage is the simple fact that you get to start with a...

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  • Tips for fall camping

    Sep 20/18, Category outdoors

    MEC’s Andrew Sutherland shares tips for fall camping and his favourite local spots... Watch Video

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  • Hikers and hunters a risky mix at Fish Lake, says Kwanlin Dun

    Sep 20/18, Category outdoors

    The Kwanlin Dun First Nation says more and more people seem to be using the Fish Lake area near Whitehorse — and that's...

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  • Video shows possible rare tornado seen in southern B.C.

    Sep 19/18, Category outdoors

    A video of a possible tornado seen in B.C.’s Fraser Valley is now being investigated by Environment Canada... Read More

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