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INSTI now available for expanded point-of-care use in Canada

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The world’s fastest HIV test is more accessible than ever before as Health Canada approves revised Intended Use statement. /EIN News/ — RICHMOND, British Columbia, Sept. 19, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — bioLytical Laboratories, a world leader in rapid diagnostic tests for infectious diseases, is pleased to announce that the INSTI …

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Salmon farm decommission in B.C.’s Broughton on track: premier

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Salmon farm decommission in B C ’s Broughton on track premier File photo of the Marine Harvest Salmon Farm at Doctor Islets in the Broughton Archipelago. Bill Keay / vancouver sun VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says industry, government and Indigenous nations on northern Vancouver Island are collaborating on a …

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…for People’s Party of Canada

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Michael Lotter is the Bradford resident in the York-Simcoe riding for the upcoming election on Oct. 21. He immigrated to Canada from South Africa when he was 21 years old, after his father received a job opportunity in medical research engineering in Sudbury. He has lived all over Ontario working in …

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British Columbia won’t use court ruling as tactic in pipeline battle…

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VANCOUVER, B.C. (The Canadian Press) — Environment Minister George Heyman says British Columbia can’t stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, but will use a court-ordered review of its environmental-assessment certificates to protect the environment and coastal economies. In a decision released Tuesday, the B.C. Court of Appeal ordered the …

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…determined to have First Nations included as full partners in…

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Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod asks Federal Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Bill Blair for nation-to-nation cannabis industry agreements at a North Bay town hall meeting August 16 at Nipissing University. By Kelly Anne Smith NIPISSING FIRST NATION— Nipissing First Nation (NFN) citizens have been asked …

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iTunes Book Trend in Canada: iTunes Store: Top 25 Books in History…

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There is a missing chapter in the narrative of Canada’s Indigenous peoples—the story of the Métis Nation, a new Indigenous people descended from both First Nations and Europeans Their story begins in the last decade of the eighteenth century in the Canadian North-West. Within twenty years the Métis proclaimed themselves …

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B.C. won’t use court ruling as tactic in pipeline battle: environment…

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VANCOUVER — Environment Minister George Heyman says British Columbia can’t stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project but will use a court-ordered review of its environmental assessment certificates to protect the environment and coastal economies. In a decision released Tuesday, the B.C. Court of Appeal ordered the provincial government to reconsider the …

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Court allows appeal on pipeline certificate, says B.C. needs to…

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The British Columbia government has been ordered by the province’s highest court to reconsider its environmental assessment certificate allowing the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. In challenges by the Squamish Nation and the City of Vancouver, the B.C. Court of Appeal ruled the province’s approval of the certificate was …

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Intermediate Accountant (Winnipeg)

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Intermediate Accountant (Winnipeg) A little bit about us: Launched in 1999 as the first national Indigenous broadcaster in the world, APTN creates a window into the remarkably diverse mosaic of Indigenous Peoples. As a respected non-profit, charitable broadcaster and the only one of its kind in North America, we share …

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Court allows appeal on pipeline certificate, says B.C. needs to…

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VANCOUVER — Environment Minister George Heyman says British Columbia can’t stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project but will use a court-ordered review of its environmental assessment certificates to protect the environment and coastal economies. In a decision released Tuesday, the B.C. Court of Appeal ordered the provincial government to reconsider the …

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