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Vaping-Related Illness Confirmed In London, Ont., Believed To Be First In Canada

Vaping-Related Illness Confirmed In London, Ont., Believed To Be First In Canada

A youth from London, Ont., has been diagnosed with a severe respiratory illness related to vaping, local health officials said Wednesday.

 

 

Vaping-Related Illness Confirmed In London, Ont., Believed To Be First In Canada

Mediation To Begin In Contact Talks Between B.C.'s E-comm, Dispatchers

Mediation To Begin In Contact Talks Between B.C.'s E-comm, Dispatchers

RICHMOND, B.C. - A mediator has been appointed as emergency dispatchers try to reach a new contract with their employer, E-Comm Emergency Communications for British Columbia.

Mediation To Begin In Contact Talks Between B.C.'s E-comm, Dispatchers

RCMP Search For Suspects Wanted In Carjacking At University Of British Columbia

RCMP Search For Suspects Wanted In Carjacking At University Of British Columbia

VANCOUVER - RCMP at the University of British Columbia's main Vancouver campus say they are investigating a suspected carjacking.

RCMP Search For Suspects Wanted In Carjacking At University Of British Columbia

NDP, Liberals Promise More Spending, While Tories Promise Spending Cuts

NDP, Liberals Promise More Spending, While Tories Promise Spending Cuts

The three main political parties continued promising to make life more affordable for Canadians on Wednesday, by promising to create new programs, boosting support for ones already there or finding ways to cut spending to pay for tax cuts.

NDP, Liberals Promise More Spending, While Tories Promise Spending Cuts

Brian Mulroney Officially Opens University Institute In N.S. That Bears His Name

Brian Mulroney Officially Opens University Institute In N.S. That Bears His Name

Canada's 18th prime minister graduated from the university in 1959.

 

 

Brian Mulroney Officially Opens University Institute In N.S. That Bears His Name

Chilliwack, B.C., School District Votes Narrowly To Approve Rainbow Crosswalk

Chilliwack, B.C., School District Votes Narrowly To Approve Rainbow Crosswalk

Educators in Chilliwack, B.C., have voted 4-3 in favour of painting a rainbow crosswalk in the School District 33 parking lot after a debate that was heated at times.

Chilliwack, B.C., School District Votes Narrowly To Approve Rainbow Crosswalk