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“Frost quakes” shake Ontarians out of bed 2

By Daniel Fish, posted Jan 8th 2014 “Frost quakes” shake Ontarians out of bed

People throughout Ontario’s coldest spots are experiencing an unusual natural phenomena this winter

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Could New York become the world’s largest maple syrup producer?

By Samantha Edwards, posted Jan 8th 2014 Could New York become the world’s largest maple syrup producer?

A former Wall Street banker has about 25,000 maples trees ready to be tapped

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Orphaned bear cub found in B.C. chicken coop making full recovery

By Samantha Edwards, posted Jan 7th 2014 Orphaned bear cub found in B.C. chicken coop making full recovery

Conservation officers were shocked to find the starving bear living peacefully among the chickens

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Man spends hours on snowshoes each day to create spectacular art

By Jenna Wootton, posted Jan 6th 2014 Man spends hours on snowshoes each day to create spectacular art

Artist Simon Beck creates beautiful geometric patterns along the frozen lakes of Savoie, France

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Three brothers spent 95 hours creating a 16-foot snow shark

By Jeb Roberts, posted Jan 6th 2014 Three brothers spent 95 hours creating a 16-foot snow shark

After seeing these pictures, you may never look at a snowman the same again

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Photographer captures otherworldly beauty in frozen bubbles

By Brenlee Coates, posted Jan 3rd 2014 Photographer captures otherworldly beauty in frozen bubbles

Angela Kelly and her son blew bubbles in sub-zero temperatures to create miniature alien landscapes

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Manitoba boy teaches 20-day-old husky pup to howl

By Jeb Roberts, posted Jan 3rd 2014 Manitoba boy teaches 20-day-old husky pup to howl

Watch an adorable newborn husky learning to do what huskies do best

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Three deer stranded on frozen lake rescued by hovercraft 3

By Samantha Edwards, posted Jan 3rd 2014 Three deer stranded on frozen lake rescued by hovercraft

Doug and James Kenison quickly realized they could put their family business, MedCity Hovercraft, to good use

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B.C. conservation group buys land for grizzly love corridor

By Daniel Fish, posted Jan 2nd 2014 B.C. conservation group buys land for grizzly love corridor

This new corridor is expected to encourage breeding between two groups of grizzlies

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11 elk confirmed shot by poachers on Vancouver Island

By Samantha Edwards, posted Dec 31st 2013 11 elk confirmed shot by poachers on Vancouver Island

The poaching has continued, despite the offer of a $25,000 reward

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