Flooding, mudslides, heavy rains and strong winds have wreaked havoc on the Pacific Northwest and parts of Canada. Experts blame atmospheric rivers.
Approximately 300 people were rescued via helicopter after being advised to shelter in place overnight from a mudslide trapping people in their vehicles.
Melanie Porter said she took a photo of the bear so if she died, people would know who the "culprit" was.
"I never anticipated or intended to offend or make light of the residential schools," the mayor of Williams Lake, British Columbia, said.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture released a picture of the Asian giant hornet found by British Columbia authorities.
"In Sikhi, we are taught to help someone in any way we can with anything we have, even our turban," one of the rescuers said.
The video shows the bear charging at Girard before veering off to the side at the last moment. This behaviour is known as a "bluff charge."
The video was shared on Facebook and has since been viewed more than 50,000 times.
While leaving, the man shouts "f****** psychopaths" at the Dairy Queen employees.
Cassandra Hildebrand makes it look like a breeze as she drinks a morning coffee, reads the paper and even plays golf off her board.
British Columbia has seen a total of 1,259 fires since April 1. Currently, the province is in a state of emergency.
"We're trying to prevent people from dying by taking these drugs," one organizer said. "[Regulate drugs]...because the street supply is unpredictable.""
Record-breaking temperatures were recorded in parts of western Canada and the U.S. Northwest over the past week.
The "unprecedented" number of deaths come as British Columbia reached all-time high temperature records for the third day in a row on Tuesday.
The Pacific Northwest region is experiencing temperatures between 25 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the typical average.
A runaway emu named "Dora the Explorer" was captured at Prince George airport shortly before escaping yet again. The bird's whereabouts are unknown.
The animal was spotted chasing goats before it was scared off the property located in British Columbia, Canada.
The huge female Nechako white sturgeon measures 9.6 feet in length.
Approximately 80 severed bear paws were discovered in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
The woman was thought to be feeding the three semi-wild wolfdogs in their pen when they attacked her.
Two-year-old Ivy now has a canine counterpart that her mother, Vanessa, hopes will help her embrace her differences.
The animals can often be a nuisance to other animals and humans. Beaver dams can negatively impact ecosystems by stopping the migration of freshwater fish and spoiling habitats.
Last Saturday, the Camille family came to the aid of a feral foal that had somehow become mired in mud.
Sherri Storoshenko was certain that she would never see her 'best friend' and 'sidekick' again but was in for a pleasant surprise.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) spotted an ID tattoo on the cat's ear and were able to use the identification to trace its original owners.
Minks are susceptible to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, with reports of infection in the animal also occurring in Denmark and the Netherlands.
The hornets represent a significant threat to Western honeybees, which have no innate defence against them.
Experts say that if the invasive hornets do become established in the United States, the biggest threat they pose is to honeybees.
Asian giant hornets are known to be capable of killing people with some regularity, including up to 50 per year in Japan, but they're more dangerous to honey bee populations, with the capability to kill 40 bees in a minute.