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Vancouver in Search of Lost Elderly Man

Vancouver in Search of Lost Elderly Man

Vancouver Police has been in search of a 73 year old man named Douglas McDonald, thereby seeking the assistance of public in finding him.

According to the Const. Jana McGuinness, McDonald was last seen at his home on April 1 in the afternoon in the 4500-block of Valley Drive in Vancouver.

Listeria Fears Loom Large in Ontario and Quebec Due to Contamination of Cheese Product

Cheese Product

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has released a warning for the public for avoiding the consumption of a Silani brand mozzarella cheese product as it has been suspected to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Canadian Cancer Society Celebrates April as Cancer Awareness Month

Canadian Cancer Society Celebrates April as Cancer Awareness Month

Bright yellow daffodils are known as the symbol of the cancer society's campaign of hope. This month, volunteers from the Canadian Cancer Society would be going door to door giving away bouquets of bright yellow daffodils and raising funds for various cancer support programs.

The Canadian Government Should Realize its Responsibilities Towards Climate Change, Activists Say

Climate Change

Climate justice activists are on the roads protesting by adopting the slogan, "Climate change is no laughing matter, but our leaders are a joke!".

Canadians in Love with Their iPhones

iPhones

Apple has locked up its technology lovers in Canada while iPhone is competing with Google’s Android platform in the rest of the world.

Beef Producers Blames Ottawa over BSE Discovery

Beef Producers Blames Ottawa over BSE Discovery

Lawyers, seeking compensation for thousands of beef manufactures across the country, criticized the Federal Government for its failure to keep BSE out of Canada at a meeting in central Alberta.

Nearly 150 Alberta beef producers reportedly accumulated in Red Deer Wednesday to receive an update on a class-action lawsuit over Ottawa's handling of the BSE crisis.

Athabasca's IPO Succeeds in Raising $1.35 billion

Athabasca's IPO Succeeds in Raising $1.35 billion

Athabasca Oil Sands reportedly conducted one of the largest IPOs that Canada has ever witnessed this week, making the investors desperate to enter the stock market.

Asia Expected to Liberalize Exchange Rate Policies

Asia Expected to Liberalize Exchange Rate Policies

The outgoing No. 2 official at the Bank of Canada expresses his confidence that Asian countries - led by China - will consequently free their exchange-rate policies as they will develop the realization that it is devoted to their best interests.

BC Hydro Selects 4 New Projects for Enhancing Power Generation

BC Hydro Selects 4 New Projects for Enhancing Power Generation

BC Hydro has chosen another group of projects for signing electricity purchase agreements for new sources of electricity. The power authority announced the agreements with the second group of projects on Wednesday.

April Fool’s Joke Gets Troublesome in Calgary

April Fool’s Joke Gets Troublesome in Calgary

A number of Calgary grocery stores have witnessed a prank in the wake of the April fool's day, finding pins and other pointy objects in their baked goods, fruits and other foods. However, the police service has identified this as a serious offence instead of as a mere act of mischievousness.

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