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June 28, 2022

Greenway School Students Rally to Protect Polar Bears

Grade three and four students at Greenway school spent weeks learning about polar bears and climate change, writing letters to the government and designing posters for their rally to protect
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May 22, 2022

5 Ways Biodiversity Supports Us (and 1 Way You Can Help It Thrive)

Five ways biodiversity helps Manitoba’s communities and wild spaces, including polar bears and caribou.
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May 8, 2022

4 Facts About Polar Bear Maternity Worth Celebrating this Mother’s Day

We’re breaking down 4 facts about polar bear maternity you need to know this Mother’s Day.
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November 3, 2021

Polar Bears in a Warming Arctic: Why Manitoba’s Melting Sea Ice Matters

Polar Bear International’s Dr. Andrew Derocher reveals the stark reality of how a warming arctic is impacting polar bears in Manitoba.
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September 18, 2013

Ottawa and Manitoba join forces to protect bears

Seal River watershed habitat needs protection Recently, the Manitoba and federal governments agreed to work together to increase efficiencies and combine efforts to protect polar bears in Manitoba’s north. This
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December 12, 2010

Churchill’s polar bears: Late freeze-up of sea ice detrimental to moms, cubs

SCIENTISTS say polar bear moms and their cubs near Churchill in northern Manitoba are suffering the worst effects of a late freeze-up of sea ice on Hudson Bay. The bears
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June 8, 2010

Churchill bears doomed?

Manitoba may have just a handful of polar bears by 2035, as the world’s leading experts on the iconic Arctic species believe the bears that summer around Churchill are doomed.
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February 25, 2010

Grizzly Bears Move Into Polar Bear Habitat in Manitoba, Canada

Biologists affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History and City College of the City University of New York have found that grizzly bears are roaming into what was traditionally
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December 2, 2009

Province highlights polar bears, climate change in speech

MANITOBA’S polar bears have a friend in Premier Greg Selinger. So does the vast expanse of bog that covers much of northern Manitoba and acts like a huge carbon sink.
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November 30, 2009

Starving Polar Bears Resort to Cannibalism: Global Warming to Blame?

Shrinking sea ice may be to blame for recent polar bear cannibalism incidents in Canada. Eight cases of adult polar bears eating bear cubs and other bears near Churchill, Manitoba,
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September 11, 2009

Polar bear, arctic fox, caribou hurt by climate change

CHICAGO (AFP) – Polar bear cubs, the arctic fox and caribou herds are among the victims of dramatic changes in the Arctic due to climate change, a study published Thursday
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December 4, 2001

Travel: Bearing down on Hudson Bay

By Jack Christie Polar boulders. Caribushes. Muskrocks. Victoria-based wildlife guide Andrew MacPherson has seen them all during summer sojourns in the Arctic. Drift through Wapusk National Park near the west
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