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Ontario Baby girl attacked by pitbull

Ontario Baby girl attacked by pitbull

A one-year-old girl is in serious but stable condition in hospital after she was bitten by a pitbull Sunday morning. Paramedics rushed to the scene on Draffin Court in Centrepointe where they found the young girl with “multiple severe lacerations” to her face. She was taken to hospital with serious injuries, but was listed in stable condition. Read More »

US : NC wildlife officials warn about black bears

US : NC wildlife officials warn about black bears

Black bear sightings throughout North Carolina are becoming more common as the bear population increases and bears expand their home range. While black bears are not inherently dangerous and are rarely aggressive toward people, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission advises caution to reduce potential conflicts. Read More »

George Clooney engaged to human rights lawyer, report says

George Clooney engaged to human rights lawyer, report says

Hollywood’s most sought after heartthrob may finally be settling down. George Clooney is engaged to British lawyer Amal Alamuddin, according to a report by People magazine. The two were spotted at Nobu in Malibu Thursday, dining with Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber. During the outting, Alamuddin, 36, was seen rocking a suspicious ring on her left ring finger. Read More »

Bronx Zoo welcomes 2 newborn gorillas (Video)

Bronx Zoo welcomes 2 newborn gorillas

A New York City zoo is celebrating the arrivals of two baby western lowland gorillas. They’re the first gorillas born at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo since 2006. And the newest additions make the zoo’s Congo Gorilla Forest the largest group of gorillas in North America, with 20 primates. Read More »

Homes evacuated, damaged on Peguis First Nation (Video)

Homes evacuated, damaged on Peguis First Nation

Flooding on Peguis First Nation has forced the evacuation of 34 people from the community and damaged 50 homes. Water levels appeared to have crested Saturday, but the Manitoba government has sent 100 Tiger Tube dams to assist in flood-fighting efforts. The federal government and the community are managing the situation, and evacuations are being coordinated by the Manitoba Association ... Read More »