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If you thought that the B.C. heat wave was your biggest problem right now, think again. Apparently bears walking into houses is a phenomenon that British Columbians should have on their radars this summer.

On June 26, the B.C. Conservation Officer Service posted on Twitter to say that they had responded to three separate reports of "bears entering residences in the Lower Mainland."*

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A lone hiker was confronted with a terrifying bear encounter in Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park on Saturday, April 17. 

According to Global News, Eric Macapus was hiking on Mount Crandell when he bumped into a mother grizzly and her cub. 

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Spring is officially here and in Banff National Park that means that Alberta's bears are about to come out of hibernation. 

There are over 100 bears that call the area home and it's important to stay informed on how to protect both ourselves and the bears. We're all just hungry, sleepy creatures trying to do this thing called life, after all.  

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A recent fishing trip led to a frightening bear encounter at Babine River

A group from Prince George, B.C. were off on an annual fishing trip when not only were they approached by a big old grizzly bear, but it also proceeded to lunge at them.

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We're coming in hot with your daily dose of things you didn't know you needed in your life. 

Katmai National Park in Alaska hosts Fat Bear Week online for the world to see every year from September 30 to October 6. 

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