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Articles from February 3, 2016

A French Flame Flickers in Cajun Country: How Louisianans Keep Culture Alive
How Louisiana Cajuns preserve French culture--ARNAUDVILLE, La. - The older folks in Cajun country recall the sting of corporal punishment -- of the pain inflicted on their knees, knuckles and elsewhere by teachers working to beat the French out of them.Rita...
A Look at Career Coaching Highlights for Mike Babcock
Career coaching highlights for Mike Babcock--TORONTO - Mike Babcock will coach his 1,000th game Thursday when the Toronto Maple Leafs host the New Jersey Devils. Here's are some highlights from his NHL career:May 22, 2002 -- Hired by Bryan Murray and...
A Look at Some Notable NHL Suspensions
A look at some notable NHL suspensions--Calgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman was handed a 20-game suspension Wednesday for knocking down an official in a game last week.Here is a look at some other notable NHL suspensions (with games served):Lifetime...
A Look at Some of John Tortorella's Quotes from His Time in Vancouver
The quotable John Tortorella--VANCOUVER - A look at some John Tortorella quotes during his time as head coach of the Vancouver Canucks:"Yeah, he's a weird dude. ... It's good to have weird dudes. I think sometimes we have locker rooms that are blase....
Amateur Photographer in Newfoundland Seeks Help for Eagle with Trap on Claw
Photographer seeks help for eagle in distress--CLARENVILLE, N.L. - Residents of a Newfoundland town are hoping a majestic bald eagle flying around with one claw snagged in a trap can be helped, but so far it has only been caught on camera.Harry White,...
As Canada Signs TPP, Trade Minister Freeland Says Feds Studying Economic Impacts
Feds study TPP's economic impacts: Freeland--OTTAWA - The federal government is studying the potential economic impacts of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canada's international trade minister confirmed Wednesday.Chrystia Freeland was in...
As Refugee Population Grows, Feds Seek New Ways to Meet Their Needs
Feds seek new ways to meet refugee needs--OTTAWA - Every time Ottawa's refugee settlement community gets together, Syrians show up seeking help to get family members out of their home country or one of the countries nearby that are now home to over four...
B.C. New Democrats Score Two Byelection Wins in Metro Vancouver Ridings
B.C. New Democrats score byelection wins--VANCOUVER - Two newly elected New Democrats say they'll advocate for children, education and affordable housing when they take their seats in British Columbia's legislature.Electors in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant...
Bids for New Military Search Planes Needed Moving Vans to Be Delivered
Search plane bids delivered in moving vans--OTTAWA - At least two of the companies bidding to provide Canada's long-delayed, new fixed-wing search planes had to rent moving vans to submit the tonnes of paperwork required by the bureaucrats evaluating...
Business News Advisory
Business News Advisory--WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3,2016BUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the CP Business Department's late plans for today. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news develops. If you have any questions, please...
Canadian Indie Filmmakers Hope Their Rom-Coms Get a Chance on the Big Screen
Canadian rom-coms to battle Oscar contenders at cinemas--TORONTO - While cinemas are currently flooded with buzzy Oscar-nominated titles, a few Canadian indie filmmakers are hoping movie-goers will show their romantic comedies some love heading into...
Canadian Light-Heavyweight Misha Cirkunov Enjoying Life in UFC after Hard Road
Cirkunov enjoying life in UFC after hard road--TORONTO - The punching bag at the Xtreme Couture gym has seen better days. Suspended by a chain, it looks a giant leather Timbit held together -- unsuccessfully in places -- by layers of tape.Drenched in...
Changes Made to Role of Auxiliary Mounties after Ottawa, Alberta Shootings
Changes made to role of auxiliary Mounties--EDMONTON - Changes are being made to the role of auxiliary RCMP constables following the deadly shootings on Parliament Hill in 2014 and at a casino in St. Albert, Alta., last year.Insp. Christopher Culhane...
Connor McDavid with Three Points in Return, Oilers Beat Blue Jackets 5-1
McDavid scores in return, Oilers down Jackets--EDMONTON - The Oilers looked like a different team with rookie Connor McDavid back in the lineup.McDavid had a goal and two assists in his return as Edmonton snapped a three-game losing skid with a 5-1 victory...
Crash Victim Who Crawled Up Snowbank to Save Daughter Loses Feet to Frostbite
Crash victim loses feet to frostbite--WINNIPEG - An injured Manitoba woman who crawled up a snowbank to seek help after spending overnight in a frigid ditch trying to keep her young daughter warm has lost her feet to frostbite.Kristen Hiebert and four-year-old...
Drones, Dogs and DNA the Latest Weapons against Invasive Species
Drones, dogs and DNA new tools to detect invaders--RICHMOND, B.C. - Field technicians on the hunt for invasive species used to go on foot, by canoe or relied on satellite photographs taken from outer space. But an ecologist who dispatched a drone to...
Editorial Exchange: Canada Should Heed Plea to Educate Syrian Refugees
Editorial Exchange: Canada should heed plea to educate Syrian refugees--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Feb. 1:Even as it's being criticized for its decision to pull out of the bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq, Canada can be proud of...
Editorial Exchange: Keep Up Momentum to Stamp out Sexual Misconduct in Military
Editorial Exchange: Keep up momentum to stamp out sexual misconduct in military--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Feb. 2:After sending a rocket through the ranks of Canada's military last summer warning that sexual misconduct will no longer...
Energy Conference Hears It's Time for Frank Talk on Energy Use, Costs and GHGs
Time for frank talk on energy use and GHGs--OTTAWA - The controversial Energy East pipeline has now been endorsed by a provincial premier from each of Canada's three main political parties, interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose said Wednesday in the...
Entertainment News as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, Feb. 3
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Eskimos Star Quarterback Reilly Impressed with New Coaching Staff
Reilly impressed with new coaching staff--EDMONTON - After Edmonton defeated Ottawa 26-20 in the 2015 Grey Cup, game MVP Mike Reilly said the Eskimos were built to win multiple championships.That was before Chris Jones and the entire coaching staff left,...
Former Canadian Rugby Star Glenn Ennis Turns Heads as the Bear in 'The Revenant'
Former rugby star turns heads as 'Revenant' bear--Rugby took Canadian Glenn Ennis around the world. Now well into his second career as a stuntman/actor, the 51-year-old is fielding calls from afar for his part in helping bring the murderous bear in "The...
Former Canucks Coach Tortorella Calls Brawl Biggest Mistake of His Career
Former Canucks coach Tortorella back in Vancouver--VANCOUVER - He can chuckle about it now, but former Vancouver Canucks head coach John Tortorella calls his role in a brawl against the Calgary Flames two years ago "one of the biggest mistakes I made...
Former Starter Buck Pierce Named Quarterbacks Coach with Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Pierce named Bombers quarterbacks coach--WINNIPEG - No one ever doubted Buck Pierce's passion for throwing the football, or his ability to take the hits. Now the former quarterback will be safely reconnected with the position he loves.The Winnipeg Blue...
Former York Regional Police Officer, 65, Faces Additional Child Sex Charges
Former cop faces more child sex charges--NEWMARKET, Ont. - York Regional Police say additional charges have been laid against a 65-year-old retired police officer in several historical sexual assaults involving children.Police say they began an investigation...
Four Stories in the News Today, Feb. 3
Four stories in the news today, Feb. 3--Four stories in the news today, Feb. 3, from The Canadian Press:------NOTLEY WANTS ECONOMIC PAYBACK FROM TRUDEAUAlberta has done "a lot of heavy lifting" for Canada for many years, and now it's time for some payback...
From the Bear to B.A. Baracus: Glenn Ennis on the Life of a Stuntman/actor
Glenn Ennis on the life of a stuntman/actor--Former Canadian rugby star Glenn Ennis has been many things in his second career as a stuntman/actor."You know what, sometimes it's fantastic. It's really cool," said the 51-year-old Ennis, who has served...
Girl, Father on Way Home from Her Hockey Game Hit by Train West of Winnipeg
Fundraiser for girl critically hurt in crash--WINNIPEG - A fundraiser is being held for a Manitoba girl critically injured when her and her father's truck were hit by a train.Taylor Piskor and her father, Peter, were driving home from Taylor's hockey...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, Feb. 3
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press lifestyles department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Indigenous Affairs Minister to Look into Rejected Residential School Cases
Bennett to look into residential school cases--OTTAWA - Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett says her department will look into the cases of about 1,000 residential school students who have been disqualified for compensation by a technicality.The...
Leafs President Says New Crest Harks Back to Club's More Successful Times
New logo a tribute to past, Shanahan says--TORONTO - A simple question from the team's president spurred the Toronto Maple Leafs to alter their crest for the first time since 1970."I always loved the look of the original Maple Leaf and I just wanted...
Loonie's Plight, Low Interest Rates Could Make Canadian Firms Ripe for Pickings
Loonie could make companies ripe for pickings--TORONTO - The plight of the loonie and low interest rates can make Canadian companies ripe for the pickings, observers said Wednesday as U.S. home improvement chain Lowe's announced its acquisition of Quebec...
Many Large Carnivore Attacks on People Triggered by Risky Behaviour: Report
Risky behaviour triggers carnivore attacks: report--EDMONTON - Risky behaviour in the outdoors has been a factor in a growing number of attacks on people by large carnivores such as bears, cougars and coyotes, says a study.Some of those risks involve...
McDavid Shines for Oilers, Scores Goal Similar to the Play That Got Him Injured
McDavid shines in return game for Oilers--EDMONTON - Connor McDavid admits the highlight-reel goal he scored in his return debut against Columbus on Tuesday was eerily similar to the play that cracked his clavicle in the first place.With the game against...
McGinn, Larsson Goals Lift Sabres to Comeback 4-2 Win over Slumping Canadiens
Larsson goal leads Sabres 4-2 over Habs--MONTREAL - Secondary scoring was the key as the Buffalo Sabres became the latest team to topple the crumbling Montreal Canadiens.Marcus Foligno opened the scoring with his fourth of the season and Johan Larsson...
Members of HMCS Winnipeg Charged with Drug Offences in Japan: Navy
HMCS Winnipeg members face drug charges in Japan--ESQUIMALT, B.C. - Two members of a Canadian warship have been charged with drug offences in Japan, the navy says.The charges follow a port visit to Tokyo by HMCS Winnipeg, a Halifax-class frigate with...
Montreal-Area Hockey Player Awarded $8 Million after Being Paralyzed
Quebec hockey player gets $8 million for paralysis--MONTREAL - A Montreal-area hockey player who was 16 when he became quadriplegic after a bodycheck from behind propelled him into the boards has been awarded $8 million.One of Andrew Zaccardo's lawyers...
Montreal-Based Heavyweight Rivas Faces Tough Test against Ex-Gridder Washington
Heavyweight Rivas to face Washington--ANAHEIM, Calif. - Montreal-based Oscar (Kaboom) Rivas will fight former football player Gerald Washington on Feb. 27 in a battle of undefeated heavyweights at the Honda Center in Anaheim, promoters announced Wednesday.It...
More Canadians Choosing Credit Card, Mobile Payments over Cash: Study
More Canadians pay with cards, apps than cash: study--TORONTO - Canadian consumers are more inclined to reach for their smartphones and credit cards over bills and coins to make purchases, according to a new study.Market and consumer information firm...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,593.02, up 150.76 points):Telesta Therapeutics Inc. (TSX:TST). Health-care. Unchanged at nine cents...
Most Canadians Drink Alcohol but May Not Know Health Risks: Country's Top Doctor
Canada's top doctor warns of booze-related health risks--TORONTO - Drinking alcohol has become a "normalized" part of life for the majority of Canadians, yet many don't realize the potential health risks of downing wine, beer or spirits -- even at low...
Move to Proportional Rep Might Require Constitutional Amendment: Senate Expert
Would electoral reform re-open Constitution?--OTTAWA - The federal Liberal government was warned Wednesday that its plans to overhaul Canada's electoral system could wind up plunging the country into constitutional wrangling -- a spectre Prime Minister...
NEB Says Energy East Application Too Hard to Understand, Orders Changes
NEB says Energy East application needs work--CALGARY - The National Energy Board is directing TransCanada to rework its application for the contentious Energy East pipeline because the document is too hard to understand -- even for experts.The federal...
New Name, Designers among Changes in Store for Toronto Fashion Week
New name, designers for Toronto Fashion Week--TORONTO - Changes are coming to Toronto's fashion week -- including the name of the event.Beginning on Monday, Canada's biggest style showcase will be rebranded simply as Toronto Fashion Week, complete with...
No More Cracked Jaws: Nova Scotia Surgeons Use Lasers to Target Oral Cancers
No more cracked jaws: cancer surgery refined--HALIFAX - Facing a growing epidemic of throat and mouth cancer caused by HPV, Halifax doctors are refining a surgical technique that uses lasers to remove tumours - avoiding the standard practice of cracking...
Nunavut Family Wants Inquiry into Murky Circumstances of Baby's Death
Nunavut family wants inquiry into baby death--CAPE DORSET, Nunavut - The parents of a baby who died under questionable circumstances in a Nunavut community say they want a coroner's inquest into their son's death.An inquest -- which the territory has...
OHL Roundup: Ryan Moore Powers Firebirds Past Spirit 4-3 in Overtime
OHL: Moore powers Firebirds past Spirit--SAGINAW, Mich. - Ryan Moore scored 4:25 into overtime to lift the Flint Firebirds over the Saginaw Spirit 4-3 on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League action.Francesco Vilardi scored back-to-back goals in the first...
Oilsands Giant Suncor Posts $2-Billion Net Loss during Fourth Quarter
Suncor posts $2-billion quarterly net loss--CALGARY - Suncor Energy, Canada's biggest oilsands player, has posted a net loss of $2 billion for the final three months of 2015 as it was walloped by the steep drop in crude prices.In addition to the oil...
Owner Blames 'New Generation' of Staff for Eatery Closure, Sparks Social Uproar
Young workers indolent: restaurant owner--HALIFAX - A Halifax-area restaurant owner has sparked a social media uproar by complaining that a "frustrating new generation" of employees with a poor work ethic has helped kill her business.A Facebook post...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press photo advisory for Wednesday, Feb.3, 2016. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers. ADDITION: OTTAWA--Liberal caucus meeting...
Protest Held after Decorated War Veteran Kicked out of Winnipeg Shopping Mall
Protest held after war vet kicked out of mall--WINNIPEG - Dozens of people have staged a protest at Winnipeg's Portage Place shopping mall over the expulsion on the weekend of a decorated war veteran and respected elder.Joseph Meconse said he and a friend...
QMJHL Roundup: Beauvillier Leads Cataractes to 7-3 Win over Islanders
QMJHL: Beauvillier leads Cataractes to win--CHARLOTTETOWN - Anthony Beauvillier scored twice an added an assist to lead the Shawinigan Cataractes past the Charlottetown Islanders 7-3 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.Alex Pawelczyk...
QuickQuotes on Lowe's Purchase of Rona
QuickQuotes on Lowe's purchase of Rona--MONTREAL - Quotes on Lowe's offer to buy Quebec-based Rona for $3.2 billion:"We're facing the situation where we're going to lose another head office and this is certainly not good for Quebec. We've been losing...
RCMP Ask for DNA Samples from First Nation's Men as Part of Investigation
RCMP ask First Nation's men for DNA samples--GARDEN HILL, Man. - The RCMP have asked males between the ages of 15 and 50 on a remote northern Manitoba First Nation to provide DNA samples as part of the investigation into the slaying of an 11-year-old...
Regina Crisis Workers Vote in Favour of Option to Strike; Scheduling the Issue
Regina crisis workers vote in favour of strike--REGINA - Workers at Regina Mobile Crisis Services have voted in favour of the option to strike.The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union said 38 members issued a strike mandate to the negotiating...
Sabres' Reinhart Grows in the Shadow of Fellow Second Overall Pick Eichel
Reinhart blossoms in Eichel's shadow--MONTREAL - Playing in the shadow of the gifted Jack Eichel may be a good thing for Buffalo Sabres winger Sam Reinhart.Even though both were second-overall draft picks -- Reinhart in 2014 behind Florida's Aaron Ekblad...
Saskatchewan Health Minister Urges Caution over Issue of Vaping in Public
No plans to ban vaping in public: health minister--REGINA - Saskatchewan Health Minister Dustin Duncan says there are no imminent plans to change provincial smoking laws to cover electronic cigarettes despite a request from municipal leaders.A resolution...
Senators MacArthur Back at Practice for First Time in Four Months
MacArthur practices for first time in months--OTTAWA - Senators forward Clarke MacArthur may not be ready to return to game action just yet, but he got one step closer on Wednesday.MacArthur, who suffered a concussion the second week of the regular season...
Sex, Drugs, Violence Plague Youth Group Home in Cape Breton, Union Says
Sex, drugs rife at youth group home: union--Allegations of assaults, unsafe sexual activity and illicit drug use have surfaced at a youth group home in Cape Breton, prompting a union leader to call for a review and improved security.Joan Jessome, president...
Stock Markets Left You on Edge? Stick to Financial Plan as RRSP Deadline Nears
Riding market volatility ahead of RRSP deadline--OTTAWA - As Canadians review their year-end investment statements and prepare to meet with their financial advisers ahead of the RRSP deadline, stock markets are taking a rocky ride.Amid the market turmoil,...
Students from la Loche High School out at Least a Month after Shooting
Shooting school closed until at least Feb. 22--LA LOCHE, Sask. - An official says there's no firm date for when students will return to a northern Saskatchewan high school where two people were shot to death.Ken Ladouceur, director of education with...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Feb. 4--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for Feb. 4 as of 9 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local...
Tootoo Becomes First Minister to Submit to Questions in Evolving Senate
Hunter Tootoo and the chamber of senators--OTTAWA - Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo on Wednesday became the first cabinet minister to submit to questioning in the Senate as the upper house adapts to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plan for a more independent,...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top B.C. News as of 11:15 A.M
Top B.C. News--WEDNESDAY, Feb. 3B.C.-YUKON NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top B.C. and Yukon news stories from The Canadian Press as of 11:15 a.m. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops.STORIES IN THE NEWS:Drones,...
Top News Advisory for Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016
Top News Advisory for Feb. 3--Wednesday, Feb. 33:25 p.m.Here are the latest Top News stories from The Canadian Press. Entries are subject to change. This includes projected word counts and the estimated timing of stories and updates, both of which can...
Toronto Argonauts GM Jim Barker Has Fond Memories of His XFL Days
Barker has fond memories of his XFL tenure--The XFL made a lasting impression on Jim Barker in its one season of existence.The spring league, the brainchild of controversial wrestling guru Vince McMahon, began its inaugural season Feb. 3, 2001. Barker,...
TransCanada Tries to Win over Quebec on Energy East with Promise of Jobs
TransCanada ramps up Quebec charm offensive--MONTREAL - The company behind the proposed Energy East Pipeline ramped up its Quebec charm offensive on Wednesday, announcing a deal to create more than 120 jobs if the project proceeds.TransCanada (TSX:TRP)...
TSX, Loonie Soar as Oil Prices Rebound; U.S. Indexes Mixed
TSX, loonie soars big rebound in oil prices--TORONTO - The Canadian dollar soared to its biggest one-day gain in nearly four years Wednesday as volatile oil prices turned sharply higher and the Toronto stock market posted a triple-digit gain.The loonie...
Tyler Seguin Scores Twice, Stars Down Jets 5-3
Seguin scores twice, Stars down Jets 5-3--WINNIPEG - Tyler Seguin took a couple final bites of pizza, quickly sipped from a bottle of water and then turned to reporters for a post-game interview.The Dallas Stars centre seemed relaxed and casual after...
UBC Finance Committee Says No to Selling off Fossil Fuel Holdings
UBC finance committee says no to divestment--VANCOUVER - The University of British Columbia's finance committee has voted against selling off the school's fossil fuel holdings, saying it would go against their fiduciary duty. The finance committee, part...
U.S.-Based Lowe's to Buy Rona, Years after Nationalist Sentiment Crushed Deal
Lowe's offers $3.2 billion for Rona--MONTREAL - Home renovation chain Lowe's unveiled a $3.2-billion friendly bid Wednesday to acquire Rona, four years after nationalist sentiment protected the Quebec company from a hostile takeover from the U.S. giant.The...
US Historian Looks at Wartime Plot as Possible Cause of 1916 Parliament Fire
Did wartime saboteurs burn Parliament?--OTTAWA - An American historian thinks it's possible that German agents touched off the fire which destroyed the Centre Block of Parliament in 1916, in the middle of the First World War.Heribert von Feilitzsch has...
U.S. Senate Scrutinizes Canada's Plans for Syrian Refugees ... Sort Of
U.S. Senate looks at Canada and refugees--WASHINGTON - Canada's resettlement plan for Syrians came under scrutiny Wednesday in the U.S. Congress amid a hothouse election-year atmosphere -- one where American politics is split over the welcoming of Muslim...
Veteran Linebacker Shea Emry Announces Retirement amid Concussion Concerns
CFL linebacker Emry retires after concussions--Shea Emry's body feels as good now as it did eight years ago when he was rookie with the Montreal Alouettes. It's his mind he worries about.The 29-year-old veteran linebacker is so concerned about the toll...
Waste Not: Offset High Food Prices by Throwing out Less, Say Experts
Offset high food prices by reducing waste: experts--TORONTO - With food prices expected to continue to rise through 2016, experts say there's one way people can save money: waste less."We are throwing out huge amounts of food," says Michael von Massow,...
Weather, Google Get Credit for Newfoundland's Star Turn in Redford Catalogue
Weather credited for Newfoundland's star turn--Newfoundland is now the undisputed star of a new catalogue distributed to millions of homes worldwide, thanks entirely to its chilly nature -- and a random Google search by its creative director.Robert Redford's...
What's Making News in Atlantic Canada
What's making news in Atlantic Canada--POLICE OFFICERS CHOOSE JURY TRIAL ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGESTwo New Brunswick police officers charged in the fatal shooting of a 51-year-old businessman have elected to be tried by judge and jury.Bathurst City Police...
WHL Roundup: Patrick, McGauley Lead Wheat Kings over Warriors 6-2
WHL Roundup: Wheat Kings down Warriors 6-2--MOOSE JAW, Sask. - Nolan Patrick and Tim McGauley each had a pair of goals as the Brandon Wheat Kings downed the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-2 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.Ivan Provorov scored once and...
Women's Advocates Say Ghomeshi Trial Shows What Sex Assault Complainants Face
Ghomeshi trial a window into sex assault cases--TORONTO - The gruelling cross-examination of a woman allegedly assaulted by Jian Ghomeshi drew cringes of discomfort this week as her credibility was battered by the former broadcaster's lawyer, but advocates...
Young People Often Forced to Seek Help for Mental Health Problems at Hospital ER
Youth with mental health issues often go to ER--TORONTO - When Cassandra Arthur reached a crisis point as a teenager because of episodes of severe depression, she ended up at a hospital emergency department because neither she nor those trying to help...
Zika Threat Prompts 21-Day Ban on Blood Donations for Some Canadian Travellers
Zika threat prompts blood donation precaution--TORONTO - The agency responsible for most of Canada's blood supply says people who have travelled outside of Canada, the continental United States and Europe will be ineligible to give blood for 21 days...
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