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The fight is on to protect urban wildlife in Montreal |  Radio-Canada News

The fight is on to protect urban wildlife in Montreal | Radio-Canada News

Despite a cold, steady drizzle on a Montreal afternoon, Chris Breier thought it was the best time to do his volunteer work at Falaise St-Jacques, an escarpment west of downtown. Five days a week for most of the year since he retired, Breier has maintained the slope of a tricky forest sandwiched between St-Jacques Street …

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Why Christmas trees are rare and more expensive this year |  Radio-Canada News

Why Christmas trees are rare and more expensive this year | Radio-Canada News

If the pain of inflation is already curtailing your holiday gift plans, be prepared to pay more to decorate, too. The average cost of a Christmas tree is on the rise – like everything else this year – thanks to rising fuel, fertilizer and labor costs, climate change, rising rates of insurance and, according to …

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Naturalist hopes loon's deadly fight with fishing gear will draw attention to the harms of litter |  Radio-Canada News

Naturalist hopes loon’s deadly fight with fishing gear will draw attention to the harms of litter | Radio-Canada News

David McIntrye says he still thinks of the cries of a loon echoing over Lee Lake, just west of Pincher Creek – about 200 kilometers south of Calgary – earlier this month. He says he spotted the loon swimming in a small stretch of open water, the frozen lake encroaching around him. At first he …

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