Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Seven Stories in the News Today, July 10

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Seven Stories in the News Today, July 10

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Seven stories in the news today, July 10

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Seven stories in the news today, July 10 from The Canadian Press:

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SMOKE FROM B.C. WILDFIRES CREATE HEALTH ISSUES

Smoke from wildfires in British Columbia has forced some people to visit hospitals because of breathing problems and chest pain, says the provincial health officer. Dr. Perry Kendall said emergency rooms in Whistler and Burnaby have seen a slight uptick in patients dealing with respiratory conditions during an early fire season.

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WILDFIRES PROMPT EVACUATION IN JASPER NATIONAL PARK

An evacuation of part of Jasper National Park has been ordered due to a forest fire in the picturesque Maligne Valley. Park superintendent Greg Fenton said the 200-hectare fire north of Medicine Lake was "still out of control" but the plan of attack was to keep it from moving further south toward Maligne Lake, one of the most photographed spots in all of Canada.

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GREENS LEADER EXCLUDED FROM DEBATES

The Green Party says its leader has been excluded from two high profile debates. It says Canadian voters will be denied a full range of national viewpoints if Elizabeth May is not invited to an exchange of views on the economy hosted by the Globe and Mail and Google Canada and a foreign policy debate planned by the Munk Debates.

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WINNIPEG BOMBS ILLUSTRATE PERILS OF FAMILY LAW

Family law practitioners across the country are re-assessing the steps they take to protect themselves in the wake of letter bombs being mailed to Winnipeg lawyers by a man who allegedly targeted those involved in his divorce proceedings. …

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