A black bear follows two Canadian men jogging on the Matcheetawin Discovey Trails near Fort McMurray, Alberta, and gives them a good scare. Bear encounters don’t get much closer than this!
A Canadian couple is lucky to be alive after lightning struck their car, Saturday afternoon. Al and Betty Perry were driving on Highway 14 near Tofield, Alberta, when their Chevy pickup truck was turned into a fireball. The dramatic moment was caught on a surveillance video. Watch it in the CTV news report below:
A driver picked up a newborn baby moose that he found wandering on a highway and took it to the Walden Animal hospital in Lively, Ontario. But not before he stopped at Tim Horton’s for a coffee. All very Canadian things to do.
A mama bear pulls her cub over the highway barrier to safety. Filmed by tornado hunter Ricky Forbes in Kootenay National Park in British Columbia, Canada.
Caribou, aka reindeer, hitch a ride on ice floes of the Porcupine River in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Filmed by Madison Makayla Lord:
A herd of elk was caught on camera swimming in the Bow River, near Canmore, Alberta, Canada.
Ice flows breaking and moving a bridge in Sainte-Marie de Kent, New Brunswick, Canada…
Travis Twizell and his family were whale-watching off Prince Rupert, BC, Canada, when he filmed a pod of killer whales attacking sea lions. The sea lions tried to hide under and around their boat, but eventually the orcas prevailed and went in for the kill. The footage is pretty dramatic and contains strong language, so watch the video at your own discretion.
A baby moose gets saved by some good people after getting his front two hooves stuck in a fence in Cariboo, BC, Canada.