More people, more animal encounters mean more human-wildlife conflicts
Observers say coyotes have an increased presence in urban locations. From the iconic beaver to the well-loved polar bear, the animals of Canada play a key role in shaping the...
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Flooding increases B.C. numbers of mosquitos
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5 hours ago - CG Compass
Yachting Vacations Are More Convenient and Affordable Than You Think
It's probably safe to say that we could all use a vacation right about now and one of the most convenient ways to do that is aboard a yacht. Going somewhere via yacht is pretty...
7 hours ago - JustLuxe
Why guinea pigs could help control the weeds and grass on your block
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7 hours ago - NZ Life & Leisure
Couple seen posing for sexy photos near Beirut explosion site
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7 hours ago - FOX News
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Says Her Modeling Career Led to Her Being Seen ‘Two-Dimensionally'
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9 hours ago - Style Caster
Want more diversity in camping? Start with the gear
Mo Jackson wanted to share his love of camping with other people of color. He started BIPOC Camping Kits with that in mind
9 hours ago - LA Times
JeJune Magazine Is Seeking Remote Interns
Jejune Magazine is a socially aware fashion, celebrity, and art magazine that gives a much needed political voice to the population. We cover current events in the world...
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Why Constant Self-Improvement May Be Bad Sometimes
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14 hours ago - Lifehack
Why Some People Think 2+2=5
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The headlines of Very International People
Dachshund's incredible journey home thwarted on last leg
Sea dog Pip travelled from North Carolina, through Auckland to Melbourne, but gets stuck in Melbourne on last leg to Sydney.
7 Spice Cabinets Way More Organized Than Yours
Much like a game of Tetris, spice organization can be a struggle. Dried herbs and ingredients can scatter quickly-between countertops, cupboards and drawers, it's easy to lose...
These Face Shields Just Might Force You to Stop Touching Your Face Once &...
At this point, we should all be pretty used to wearing a face mask or at least some form of acceptable facial coverings when we're out in public to protect ourselves and others...
Auckland, Christchurch and Hamilton the country's burglary hotspots...
Between 2017 and 2019, there were 64,302 break-ins in Auckland.
Going once, going twice. Seven things to know about bidding at auctions
Heading to your first auction? Before you start waving around that paddle, take a look at this checklist.
Celebrated poet Rahat Indori tests positive for coronavirus
Why I want drag queens reading to my kids
This is not coronavirus. You can't 'catch' LGBT-19.
Is this Japan's ‘real' food?
Most of the world will not have heard of the Ainu, let alone their food
Ginger jars: join the collector's club
An old storage vessel has found new favour as a desirable homeware.
7 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in New York's Finger Lakes Region
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to...