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Provincial News

Genome British Columbia: Personalized Treatments Will Improve Outcomes for Hepatitis C Patients & Save Healthcare ...

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
A group of BC scientists has implemented a sophisticated screening process to ensure an effective, but expensive, Hepatitis C virus treatment will be given to only those patients who can derive benefit ...

Minister Valcourt Announces Measures to Advance Treaty Negotiations and Reconciliation

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Government of Canada Announces Next Steps in Response to Eyford Report VANCOUVER, July 28, 2014 /CNW/ - The Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, Bernard Valcourt, today met with the Honourable John Rustad, BC Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, Sophie Pierre, Chief Commissioner of the British Columbia Treaty Commission, Grand Chief Edward John of the First ...

The best of British Columbia

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Mark Thornton is awe-struck by the wild landscape.

National News

Man accused of Quebec election night shooting waives bail hearing

CANADIAN TV
A bail hearing for the man charged in Quebec's 2012 election-night shooting has been cancelled.

Ebola outbreak: Canadian MD in self-imposed quarantine

CANADIAN TV
A Canadian doctor is in self-imposed quarantine after spending nearly a month in West Africa treating patients in the deadly Ebola outbreak that has claimed nearly 700 lives.

Neighbour found Canadian prof dead in his car: Fla. 911 call

CANADIAN TV
A Canadian law professor working in Florida was found bleeding from a gunshot to the head in the driver's seat of his car in his garage on the day he died, a 911 call released Monday revealed.

Feds confirm Canadian spy agency detected Chinese cyberattack

CANADIAN TV
The federal government is confirming a CTV News report that the National Research Council has been forced to isolate its computers from the rest of the government's systems, to contain a recent cyberattack. And it says it could be up to a year for the agency to create a new IT infrastructure.

Stolen pendant containing boy's ashes returned to family in Edmonton

CANADIAN TV
A stolen pendant containing the ashes of a nine-year-old boy who died in a plane crash has been returned to his family, Edmonton police said Monday.





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