Rough weather and an avalanche risk have halted a search for a man trapped on a glacier for six days near Canada's Lake Louise, an official said.
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Blizzard conditions this weekend kept searchers from looking for a skier who fell in a crevasse in Western Canada's Wapta Icefield, authorities said.
A lynx and her kitten have become Canadian celebrities this winter by spending time at the Lake Louise Ski Area in Banff National Park.
Canada's woodland caribou population is at risk, with fewer than 250 remaining in the country's national parks, government officials said.
The latest effort to find the doomed ships of 19th century British arctic explorer Sir John Franklin ended in failure, Canadian officials say.
Aboriginal leaders say they want two Parks Canada employees in Manitoba, already disciplined, terminated for circulating a racist joke via e-mail.
Canadian animal protection groups say they are concerned about the future of Sable Island's wild animals under Parks Canada's care.
The wrecks of two U.S. warships that sank in a storm in Lake Ontario in 1813 are set to be explored by Canadian scientists using submersible high-tech robotics.
Canadian parks officials ended a shooting cull of double-crested cormorants in Lake Erie but aren't able to say how many of the birds were killed.