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24 March 2017
In a paper just published, Clayton et al. (2017) describe the Mitchell Creek landslide, a very large rockslide in Canada triggered by glacial debuttressing
11 November 2016
A spectacular and dramatic landslide at St-Luc-de-Vincennes in Quebec, Canada yesterday has the hallmarks of a quick clay slide
12 April 2016
On 29th March 2016 the Renfrew County landslide occurred on the banks of the Bonnechere River near to Ottawa. This is a large (10 hectare) landslip.
17 December 2015
Drew Brayshaw has tweeted images of a dramatic large rock avalanche that occurred on the flanks of Mount James Turner yesterday
14 December 2015
In the summer a permafrost mudslide caused the partial breach, caught on video, of a small lake near Fort McPherson in Canada.
20 October 2015
Further analysis of the Mount Steele rock avalanche in the Yukon of Canada shows that the landslide had a volume of about 20 million cubic metres
19 October 2015
I can reveal here for the first time that last week a giant rock avalanche was detected by Colin Stark and Goram Ekstrom on the flanks of Mount Steele in the Yukon, Canada
24 September 2015
The Pemberton Portage Road landslide was a channelised debris flow, triggered by heavy rain, that destroyed a house in Birken, BC, Canada on Sunday