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Laws that could get Canadians in trouble in tourism hotspots

There are some laws in popular tourist destinations around the world that could land Canadian travellers in mild-to-serious trouble if they're not careful. Don't let these local laws land you in hot water during your next vacation abroad.

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Paddlers wait to descend the locks at Hartwells Lockstation during Lock & Paddle 2024 on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, on Saturday, July 20, 2024. A flotilla of canoes and kayaks descended and ascended the locks to celebrate Parks Day on the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage site. (Justin Tang/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A Donald Trump supporter and performer places a bandage over his ear in reference to Trump's wound at the Republican National Convention (RNC) on the third day of the convention on July 17, 2024 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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Video shows B.C. grizzly basking in clawfoot tub

A donated clawfoot bathtub has become the preferred lounging spot for a pair of B.C. grizzly bears, who have been taking turns relaxing and reclining in it – with minimal sibling squabbling – for the past year.