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07.07.2015

B.C. asks Ontario, Australia for help in battling wildfires across province

VANCOUVER - All available crews have been committed to fight against British Columbia's burning forests, a situation that has forced officials to triage response to the worst fires and call in reinforcements from as far away as Australia.

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07.07.2015

Saskatchewan evacuees say not enough food, blankets at Alberta evacuation centre

COLD LAKE, Alta. - Some people who had to flee their homes due to a fast-approaching forest fire in northern Saskatchewan say the evacuation centre they are staying at in Alberta is lacking basic amenities.

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07.07.2015

Soldiers get training to help fight wildfires in northern Saskatchewan

Emergency officials in Saskatchewan say a large wildfire threatening one of the biggest communities in the north was stable Tuesday, but they feared a shift in wind could change the situation.

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Recent Health Headlines

07.07.2015

Federal Tories 'abandoned responsibility' for cut-off reserve: Trudeau

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says the federal government has "abandoned its responsibility" to a First Nation cut off from the outside world and living under one of the longest boil-water advisories in Canada.

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07.07.2015

B.C. moves to protect at-risk young males with free HPV vaccine

VICTORIA - The British Columbia government is expanding an immunization program to better protect boys and young men who may be more vulnerable of contracting human papillomavirus.

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