Canada

Canada

Health International
Despite scientific advances in the treatment of HIV/AIDS over the past 30 years, questions remain about how much Canadians know about the once deadly virus. ...
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Photo: Whistler Blackcomb
Travel
For the second year in a row, and the third time in the past four years, Whistler Blackcomb has topped the polls. ...
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B.C. is brewing up the beer for Cornucopia 2015.
Travel
Craft beer in B.C. has experienced a surge in popularity with microbreweries, brew pubs, artisan brewers and craft breweries popping up across the province. ...
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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau/Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
International
Justin Trudeau, son of a former Liberal leader, will be the first member of his party to serve as prime minister since 2006. ...
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Cornucopia in Whistler is sure to please your taste buds this winter.
Travel
Cornucopia, presented by BlueShore Financial, is shaking things up this November with an array of thirst-quenching tasting events. ...
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Photo: Fright Nights
Travel
From a rickety roller coaster, to the Stanley Park Ghost Train, to the Haunted Halloween Trolley Tour, there's a Vancouver Halloween horror for everyone. ...
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International
Canada has chosen a shortlist of designs from five categories and in the category of “Character,” one coin shows LGBT families. ...
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International
Nearly two dozen countries currently have national laws allowing gays and lesbians to marry, mostly in Europe and the Americas. ...
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Michael Sam/NFL/USATSI
Top News Sports
The world’s first international study on homophobia in sports has revealed widespread discrimination against lesbian, gay and bisexual Americans. ...
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Vancouver's famous rainbow crosswalk is a must-visit
Travel
Since 2005, same-sex marriage has been the law of the land across Canada. But in Vancouver, B.C., same-sex marriage has been legal since 2003. ...
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