Massive grizzly bear killed on Transcanada Highway

September 5 2019 6:54pm A large male grizzly was hit by a truck last week. It’s the third grizzly bear killed on the same stretch of road in as many years. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””;…

Black bear dines on bird seeds in Calgary backyard: ‘He’s just doing bear stuff’

A black bear took over a Calgary backyard on Tuesday, cradling a bird feeder as it rolled around and stood up to eat seeds. The bear’s chosen dining spot was in Bowness, near 87 Street N.W. and 33 Avenue N.W.…

Bear activity prompts Alberta Fish and Wildlife to close lake area in west-central part of province

An area surrounding Eagle Lake in west-central Alberta has been closed to people because of bear activity, according to a post on Alberta Fish and Wildlife’s Facebook page. “On July 15, officers received reports of a grizzly bear near an…

Video captures bear running into Canmore restaurant

July 8 2019 6:47pm Video provided to Global News shows a black bear running into Gaucho Brazilian Barbecue in Canmore, Alta. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp =…

Parts of Kejimkujik National Park closed over Canada Day long weekend due to bear activity

Parks Canada is closing parts of Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia this Canada Day long weekend due to increased black bear activity in the St. Catherine’s area. The Kejimkujik Seaside area of the park will have restrictions in place…

Southern Sask. First Nations concerned about ‘increase’ in black bear sightings

Some First Nations around southern Saskatchewan are expressing their concerns about what they believe, is an “increase” in black bear traffic. A number of residents living on Cowessess, Kahkewistahaw and Ochapowace First Nations have reported multiple sightings. Story continues below…