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A vial of the Canadian-made Ebola vaccine rVSV-ZEBOV, is pictured in a recent photo. A new study reported Friday that a vaccine designed by scientists...
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Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects: study

WHO-led study shows Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects against dreaded disease

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Denial of Vancouver fuel spill prompted delay

Report on environmental response to Vancouver oil spill set to be released

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Drug company accused of altering study by top SickKids pediatrician

SickKids hospital’s lead physician co-authored a study that allegedly understated the risks of drug used to treat kids

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With 1 effective Ebola vaccine, what's next?

A made-in-Canada Ebola vaccine has been shown to work; What's next?

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TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this Civic Holiday long weekend (July 31-Aug. 3)

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Responsibility falls to doctors to prescribe and dispense controversial abortion drug

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Drought affects forests for years: study

Dry trees: Study says drought affects forests for years, changes climate models

Community | Jul 30, 2015
Providing sanctuary

King City animal sanctuary saves horses from slaughterhouse

Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary owner able to save 14 horses, a mule and a donkey from the slaughterhouse.

King Connection | by Tim Kelly
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Hamilton’s Marilyn Korzekwa’s success in becoming first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick to PEI benefits Good Shepherd Centre

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