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    Missing UBC professor found dead on Salt Spring Island

    RCMP on Salt Spring Island, B.C., say they have found the body of a University of British Columbia professor who had been missing since last Wednesday. Sinikka Gay Elliott left her home to run errands on Wednesday and had not been seen or heard from since. Police say they received a missing persons report at 2:15 p.m. the same day. On Saturday, police issued a written statement that said they had found her body. Although they are still investigating the details surrounding her death, they don't

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    Langley-area man loses 2 metres of intestine after a blood clot following his AstraZeneca jab

    A formerly healthy 43-year-old father from Langley — who is in hospital recovering from complications following a blood clot — is warning others to watch for signs of trouble after receiving an AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine. Shaun Mulldoon and his wife Tara say that doctors confirmed to them that he's a victim of the rare but dangerous syndrome linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine. The clot in his abdomen will leave him with life-long effects after two metres of his small intestine was remove

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    Moment speeding Audi driver loses control causing car to hit baby in pram

    Kamran Khan, 29, was driving a high-performance Audi RS6, which can go up to 150mph.

  • Politics
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    'Donald Trump didn't need to sleep five hours a night': McCarthy says that Biden doesn't have the 'energy' of the former president

    "At no time, having known Joe Biden for quite some time, does he have the energy of Donald Trump," McCarthy said during a Fox News interview.

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    Dermatologist-Approved Skin-Care Products to Safely Combat Pregnancy Acne

    These expert-recommended acne treatments make consistently clear skin one less thing to worry about while pregnant and nursing. Both Sekhon and Friedler agree that benzoyl peroxide is safe for pregnant folks to use, at any concentration. "Benzoyl peroxide is likely safe as it is minimally absorbed into the bloodstream," says Sekhon.

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    Deer brings her fawns to visit man eating apples in the forest

    Deer are shy and gentle animals that keep to themselves. They wander the forests and the meadows, throughout North America, as well as many other countries. We often see them from afar, or very briefly close up, but they are sure to run away at the sight of humans. Even seen from afar, we cannot help but be deeply affected by their gracefulness and their soulful eyes. But this man has discovered that with a little patience, the deer might just become curious enough to wander closer than usual. H

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    Vancouver police apologize for wrongly handcuffing and detaining retired Black judge

    Vancouver police have apologized after officers wrongly detained and handcuffed an 81-year-old retired Black judge during his morning walk on the seawall while searching for a suspect described as dark-skinned and decades younger. Selwyn Romilly said he was walking around Stanley Park on Friday when two police vehicles pulled up nearby and about five officers approached him. He said all five appeared to be white and were significantly taller than his five feet and eight inches. "They said that t