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Cochrane Ecological Institute concerned with Alberta Parks' plan for release of orphaned black bear

Cochrane Ecological Institute concerned with Alberta Parks' plan for release of orphaned black bear

“You want the animals you release to stay there and not get into trouble with humans again. It is possible to find places like that," Smeeton said. “We really need to think about these possibilities because we want the best for the animals."
Low survival rate for Banff wolves due to hunting and trapping outside park boundaries

Low survival rate for Banff wolves due to hunting and trapping outside park boundaries

“They are effectively unprotected and subjected to high risks of mortality from hunting and trapping outside the park boundaries, and even highway and railway mortality inside Banff National Park.”
Canada's bill to outlaw LGBTQ2 conversion therapy has global influence: UN expert

Canada's bill to outlaw LGBTQ2 conversion therapy has global influence: UN expert

The bill would make it illegal to profit from providing conversion therapy
Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

For opening day, Mt. Norquay will be operating the Cascade Chair, with the Cascade Lodge accessible to guests
Trudeau hands out advice on Halloween, saying 'sacrifice' necessary for many

Trudeau hands out advice on Halloween, saying 'sacrifice' necessary for many

Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta's chief medical officer, said a surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations has not changed her view that trick-or-treating is low risk.
Canadian Pacific Railway reports Q3 revenue and profit down from year ago

Canadian Pacific Railway reports Q3 revenue and profit down from year ago

CP Rail says it expects a low-single-digit decline in revenue ton-miles in 2020
Transat AT temporarily lays off 128 flight attendants

Transat AT temporarily lays off 128 flight attendants

In total, the airline said it now has about 1,700 active employees, down from 5,100 before the pandemic
StatCan says annual inflation rate rose 0.5% in September

StatCan says annual inflation rate rose 0.5% in September

Economists on average had expected a year-over-year increase of 0.4 per cent
One crisis after another for Trudeau since last federal election one year ago

One crisis after another for Trudeau since last federal election one year ago

It seems somehow fitting that the anniversary will be marked by a confidence vote today
Liberals say Tory effort to set up COVID-19 committee will be a confidence matter

Liberals say Tory effort to set up COVID-19 committee will be a confidence matter

OTTAWA — The country is again being pushed to the brink of an election, over a demand by the Opposition Conservatives that a committee be set up to probe allegations of the misuse of public funds on COVID-19 relief programs.