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Bear 148 back on Trans-Canada

A cat has nine lives, but how many does a grizzly bear have? Once again, famed female bear 148 made her way onto the Trans-Canada Highway in Banff National Park, this time on Sunday (Oct.
Notorious Banff grizzly Split Lip kills bear cub

Notorious Banff grizzly Split Lip kills bear cub

“Bear 136 killed one of the cubs of 142… this is a natural occurrence in the wild,” said Jon Stuart-Smith, a Parks Canada human-wildlife coexistence specialist for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay national parks.
Close encounter with grizzly bear leads to K-country closure

Close encounter with grizzly bear leads to K-country closure

KANANASKIS – A close encounter between a denning grizzly and a group of backcountry skiers prompted the closure of an area of Kananaskis Country to prevent more people disturbing the bear. On Feb.

Bear study wraps up, but what next?

Now that the five-year, $1 million CP/Parks Canada study into grizzly bear mortality on mountain park rails is complete, are you feeling a tad underwhelmed by the result? Join the club.

Bear 148 attracted to fruit trees

Female grizzly bear 148 was feasting on crab apple trees in the Banff townsite on the weekend and has now made her way onto provincial lands in Canmore. The well-known bear was eating crab apples in the Middle Springs area on Saturday night (Aug.
Grizzly bear trapping to resume in Banff, Yoho

Grizzly bear trapping to resume in Banff, Yoho

Parks Canada plans to capture and collar more grizzly bears this spring as part of a project to stop the ongoing deaths of the threatened species on the train tracks in Banff and Yoho national parks.

Council moves to put C-122 into legislation

Banff politicians have taken the first step toward getting around a development appeal board ruling that effectively quashed a controversial parking policy aimed at triggering more construction of rental apartments. On Monday (Dec.

Wildlife management agencies working together on bear 148

Provincial and federal wildlife officials are investigating the possibility of piloting an agreement to have Banff National Park wildlife crews on the ground in Canmore to help out if grizzly bear 148 heads this way again.

Hall of Fame announces 122 nominees for class of 2020

CANTON, Ohio — First-time eligible candidates Troy Polamalu and Patrick Willis are among 122 modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2020. The newly eligible players have a heavy defensive emphasis.
F&W trying to trap grizzly bear in Canmore

F&W trying to trap grizzly bear in Canmore

“Our plan right now is to monitor it and lure it up towards the trap."