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06.07.2015

B.C. to legislate $36-billion agreement with Pacific NorthWest LNG

VICTORIA - Finance Minister Mike de Jong says the potential economic returns from British Columbia's first liquefied-natural-gas deal will outweigh any targeted-tax tradeoffs included in a 25-year deal he expects to table in the legislature next week.

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06.07.2015

B.C. adds iconic Hawaii Mars flying tanker to wildfire-fighting arsenal

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. - The owner of the iconic, red-and-white Martin Mars water bomber says the British Columbia government has agreed to add the flying tanker to its wildfire-fighting arsenal.

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06.07.2015

Accused Winnipeg bomber entangled in divorce that includes accusations of theft

WINNIPEG - Court documents show a man accused of sending letter bombs to Winnipeg lawyers and his ex-wife has been in a decade-long battle with his former spouse that includes accusations of theft, impersonation and a wedding ring being flushed down a toilet.

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Recent Health Headlines

06.07.2015

Smoke-filled air envelops southern B.C., as provincial wildfires turn deadly

VANCOUVER - Dozens of wildfires prompted by scorching temperatures in British Columbia have forced residents from their homes, prompted extraordinary health advisories and lead to the death of one man.

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06.07.2015

Report clears U of T course that teaches anti-vaccination materials

TORONTO - A University of Toronto investigation into a course that taught anti-vaccination materials concluded the instructor's approach did not warrant concern and the course was not "unbalanced."

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