Thursday August 21, 2014





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Syphilis rates soar in Vancouver as testing urged for men who have sex with men

VANCOUVER - Syphilis rates in Vancouver are at their highest in 32 years, prompting public health officials to issue a warning to the group at greatest risk men who have sex with men....

posted: August 21,2014





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Ex-B.C. lotto boss who broke conflict rules repays $55K in wages

VICTORIA - The former boss of the B.C. Lottery Corporation has paid back $55,000 collected while he was found to be in a conflict of interest....


Vancouver Island marina to reopen but beach still barred due to contamination

UCLUELET, B.C. - A popular marina and boat launch on Vancouver Island will reopen next week temporarily after being closed more than a year ago because of toxic contamination....


Migrating salmon more likely to die if forced to power-swim past dams

VANCOUVER - Reaching spawning grounds is hard work for salmon and researchers from the University of British Columbia say fish forced to "sprint" through fast-moving water or other obstacles can suffer heart attacks....


Rookie cop didn't look for signs of alcohol smell after fatal B.C. crash: trial

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A Mountie who responded to a crash that killed two people says she didn't smell any alcohol on the breath of the alleged driver but that she didn't look for such signs as an inexperienced officer....


Johnson scores 4 as Six Nations beats Coquitlam to even Minto Cup series 2-2

LANGLEY, B.C. - Josh Johnson scored four goals and assisted on two more as the Six Nations Arrows downed the Coquitlam Adanacs 10-7 in Game 4 of the Minto Cup on Wednesday....


Family passes on love for twins who died 61 years ago by helping other newborns

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - More than 60 years after the death of their twins, a B.C. family is passing on its love for the little boy and girl by helping other newborns....








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