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Watch: PETA protests to end Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races

Public Protection Montreal Gazette

PETA protesters gathered at the Alberta legislature Tuesday, urging the province to shut down the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races, after six horses were killed at this year's event.
'About 20 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) protesters carried signs and some wore cardboard horse masks at the Alberta legislature Tuesday, urging the province to shut down the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races. Read More'

Spontaneous combustion of deep-fried tempura flakes for sushi blamed for spate of restaurant fires

Public Protection National Post

It is no different than the chemical reaction that causes more well-known substances to spontaneously combust, such as hay bales. And now tempura flakes
'Deep-fried tempura flakes, a key ingredient sprinkled on sushi rolls for crunch and known as agedama or tenkasu, Japanese for \'heavenly waste,\' have been linked to a series of restaurant fires in multiple states. Read More'

Woman killed in rollover near Goodfish Lake

Public Protection Edmonton Journal

A woman was killed after the truck she was driving on the main road of Goodfish Lake First Nation, about 180 km northeast of Edmonton, rolled over Monday night. The woman, whose name will not be released, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced
'A woman was killed after the truck she was driving on the main road of Goodfish Lake First Nation, about 180 km northeast of Edmonton, rolled over Monday night. Read More'

Rock stability work at Fraser River slide site stops salmon rescue actions

Public Protection Vancouver Sun

A joint update from the B.C. government and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans says rock scalers are making progress getting large sections of rock to release above the river at the site northwest of Kamloops.
'CLINTON — Work around a massive rock slide in British Columbia’s Fraser River has been stopped until the stability of site can be confirmed. Read More'