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Watch: Cat chases off black bear in North Vancouver

Watch: Cat chases off black bear in North Vancouver

A hairy encounter between a feisty cat and black bear has gone viral on TikTok.
UPDATED: Bear traps removed from Canmore

UPDATED: Bear traps removed from Canmore

“We removed all the traps; we weren’t successful in trapping the grizzly bear. I think that’s because he was just working his way through these green spaces and he wasn’t staying in one area for too long.”
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."
Banff Marathon returns to full capacity, tests new finish on Bear Street

Banff Marathon returns to full capacity, tests new finish on Bear Street

Event organizers will review whether Bear Street will continue to be a part of the Banff Marathon.
Parks Canada, RCMP beefing up enforcement following second grizzly bear death on TCH

Parks Canada, RCMP beefing up enforcement following second grizzly bear death on TCH

A male grizzly bear was killed on the Trans-Canada Highway in a reduced speed and no-stopping zone in Yoho National Park on June 11 – just four days after a five-year-old female grizzly was killed along the same deadly stretch of highway.
Parks Canada steps up enforcement after three grizzly bear deaths in three weeks

Parks Canada steps up enforcement after three grizzly bear deaths in three weeks

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Parks Canada is asking motorists to slow down and watch for wildlife after three grizzly bears were struck and killed in Jasper and Yoho national parks earlier this month.
Bear kills bear in Banff park

Bear kills bear in Banff park

It’s the grizzliest killing in Banff National Park in recent times.

Banff bear activity prompts warning

All areas surrounding the busy Banff townsite are either under closure or warning because of intense grizzly bear activity.
Grizzly bear dead in ‘unfortunate accident’

Grizzly bear dead in ‘unfortunate accident’

BANFF – An adult male grizzly bear is dead after being hit by a semi-trailer earlier this week in Banff National Park – the first time a grizzly bear has died at the hands of humans in Canada’s premier national park in five years.
Grizzly bear 143's cubs presumed dead

Grizzly bear 143's cubs presumed dead

Bear 143 emerged from her den this spring with two cubs. One cub was presumed to have died prior to her being struck and killed on the railway tracks in Banff National Park last Thursday (Sept. 3). The other was last seen mid-August and has not been found after her death.