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Slim chance of so-called 'murder hornets' becoming established in Canada: experts

Slim chance of so-called 'murder hornets' becoming established in Canada: experts

You can still fire up the backyard BBQ without fear of a deadly sting
Local restaurants launch fundraising efforts to support Vancouver Aquarium

Local restaurants launch fundraising efforts to support Vancouver Aquarium

Creative ways of bringing in funds for the marine life venue and research and rescue facility
This ‘Lucky’ North Vancouver owl was poisoned twice in a month (VIDEO)

This ‘Lucky’ North Vancouver owl was poisoned twice in a month (VIDEO)

Ingesting rodenticides is "usually a death sentence" for a bird like this one
Giant 'murder' hornet stings like ‘red-hot thumbtacks,’ says B.C. beekeeper who knows first-hand

Giant 'murder' hornet stings like ‘red-hot thumbtacks,’ says B.C. beekeeper who knows first-hand

A Nanaimo man describes what it was like to be stung at least seven times by Asian giant hornets
These beavers came to a Stanley Park lake after a 60 year hiatus

These beavers came to a Stanley Park lake after a 60 year hiatus

In 2008, the first semi-aquatic herbivore mysteriously re-appeared in Beaver Lake.
Grizzly bear spotted in Whistler neighbourhood

Grizzly bear spotted in Whistler neighbourhood

While it’s rare to see grizzlies in inhabited areas, conservation officers say they've been expecting a rise in sightings as the local bear population grows.
The first hatchlings have been spotted on the Stanley Park Heron Cam (VIDEO)

The first hatchlings have been spotted on the Stanley Park Heron Cam (VIDEO)

There are a whopping 58 nests in the park with doting Pacific Blue heron couples tending to their young and incubating eggs.
24/7 cameras capture animal activity after B.C. parks close to people (VIDEO)

24/7 cameras capture animal activity after B.C. parks close to people (VIDEO)

The parks are closed to people, and the local wildlife has noticed.
B.C. vets urged not to give pets routine COVID-19 tests

B.C. vets urged not to give pets routine COVID-19 tests

While testing on animals is available, there are several reasons against administering routine tests
Rescued North Vancouver otter becomes Critter Care ambassador (VIDEO)

Rescued North Vancouver otter becomes Critter Care ambassador (VIDEO)

Meet Dame Judy Denture