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The second mate fell asleep before the barge crashed.
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It was carrying gravel and sand.
Spills and disasters illustrate the immediate negative impacts of our over reliance on fossil fuels. Climate change shows we can't continue to burn coal, oil and gas, that we have to leave much of it in the ground. If we get on with it, we may still have time to manage the transition without catastrophic consequences. But the longer we delay, the more difficult it will become.
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"I remember distinctly the bad breath on that bear, smelled like rotten fish. Dirty fur."
B.C. conservation officers are now looking for the bear.
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