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A woman uses an umbrella to shield herself from rain while walking a dog in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday July 24, 2015. Water restrictions are in place...
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Time for B.C. to worry about water: expert

Vancouver's water shortage a wake-up call to residents and politicians: expert

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World | Jul 24, 2015

Congress members concerned over Canadian oxy

U.S. Congress members express concern over timing of Canadian oxycodone rules

Canada | Jul 24, 2015

Study to look into First Nations cancer claims

New study to probe claims of unusually high cancer rate in Ontario First Nation

News | Jul 24, 2015

Community rallies in search for former Orangeville family's lost dog

His farming business has gone belly up, his wife has recently fallen ill and the dog his nine-year-old boy adores has been...

Orangeville Banner | by Chris Halliday
Ontario | Jul 24, 2015

Are fish getting high on cocaine?

Study finds traces of cocaine, other illegal drugs in Ontario drinking water

Canada | Jul 24, 2015

Stroke-induced disabilities projected to rise

As more Canadians survive strokes, more live with stroke-induced disabilities

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Niagara Peninsula Homes hopes to inspire renewal

Niagara Peninsula Homes hopes to inspire renewal

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Wild parsnip in Durham

Pickering boy, 11 burned by toxic wild parsnip

DURHAM -- Jacob Salter, 11, fell off his bike while riding along a trail at Greenwood Conservation Area. He came home with a...

Oshawa This Week | by Jennifer O'Meara

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