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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As we reach the end of a challenging year, Canadians welcome the holidays as a much needed opportunity to rejoice and be merry with their quarantine families while enjoying the familiar and comforting flavours of a home-cooked feast.

For the past several months, technology has enabled us to stay connected. Whether it was through texting, videoconferences for work, happy hours, online workouts or simply browsing the web, technology has helped us maintain a certain semblance of normality.

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B.C. law enforcement had their work cut out for them when they came across a party in Grand Forks that was so big it even had a live band. 

According to a statement by the RCMP, they had arrived on scene on Saturday, October 10 after a bunch of noise complaints. 

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One city in Ontario has a plan for the Homecoming season. Waterloo has put a public nuisance noise bylaw into effect this weekend to stop student partying. Waterloo party fines will cost attendees $880, while organizers could get ticketed a minimum of $10,000. 

The City of Waterloo announced on its website that the noise bylaw will be in place from September 25 to 27. 

The move is being made to discourage large gatherings during a season that's traditionally full of socializing and meeting others. 

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In Toronto things are always changing and expanding.  Therefore there is pretty much no way you can avoid construction.  For those of you having trouble hearing yourself think, or can no longer wear white while walking around downtown, we feel you.

This is a list of 11 struggles Torontonians face every summer, AKA construction season.  Good luck everyone, remember that it will all pay off once it's done and our city is even more beautiful than it already was!

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