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Six Eagles Killed, Six Injured After Eating Tainted Carcass On Vancouver Island

Six Eagles Killed, Six Injured After Eating Tainted Carcass On Vancouver Island

Animal experts say no more bald eagles have been found since 12 sick or dying birds were taken in for care on southern Vancouver Island.

 

Six Eagles Killed, Six Injured After Eating Tainted Carcass On Vancouver Island

Indians Biggest Supporters Of International Aid: World Economic Forum

Indians Biggest Supporters Of International Aid: World Economic Forum

Indians have emerged as the biggest supporters of international aid, with a global public opinion survey putting India on the top when it comes to people expecting their nation to help other countries.

Indians Biggest Supporters Of International Aid: World Economic Forum

Crown Criticizes Parole Ruling For U.S.-Born Convicted Killer, Sexual Predator

Crown Criticizes Parole Ruling For U.S.-Born Convicted Killer, Sexual Predator

 A top Nova Scotia prosecutor is questioning a parole board decision allowing the release and deportation of a convicted killer and sexual predator, saying it's based on "hope over reason."

Crown Criticizes Parole Ruling For U.S.-Born Convicted Killer, Sexual Predator

B.C. Man Who Left Moose To Suffer Before Death Is Convicted, Fined In Court

B.C. Man Who Left Moose To Suffer Before Death Is Convicted, Fined In Court

A man who illegally shot a moose in British Columbia's southern Interior has been fined $10,000 after leaving the animal to suffer before it died.

B.C. Man Who Left Moose To Suffer Before Death Is Convicted, Fined In Court

B.C. Police Say Girl, 2, Died By Snake Venom; Man Arrested, Charged

B.C. Police Say Girl, 2, Died By Snake Venom; Man Arrested, Charged

 A 51-year-old man has been arrested in the 2014 death of a two-year-old girl and North Vancouver Mounties say it's believe she was poisoned by snake venom.

B.C. Police Say Girl, 2, Died By Snake Venom; Man Arrested, Charged

Burnaby Byelection Turmoil Sparks Debate About Identity Issues In Politics

Burnaby Byelection Turmoil Sparks Debate About Identity Issues In Politics

Singh said he learned to say, "Hello, how are you?" in about 40 languages because when he was young, someone unexpected greeted him in Punjabi and he appreciated it as a sign of respect.

Burnaby Byelection Turmoil Sparks Debate About Identity Issues In Politics