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Study Shows Almost Half of Canadians Have Never Been Tested for HIV

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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SKI Magazine Names Whistler ‘Best of the Best’ for Second Year in a Row

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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British Columbia is Brewing Some Seriously Crafty Beer

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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Justin Trudeau and What Canada’s New Government Might Mean for U.S. Relations

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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Jack, Jim or Johnny – Gin, Vodka or Bourbon; Pick Your Poison at Cornucopia

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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Put Some Spunk in Your Spook: Vancouver Halloween Happenings

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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Canada’s Newest Coins Could Feature Gay Families

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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A Tally of Marriage Equality Around the World

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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Homophobia Common in American Sports, New Study

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 Celebrates 12 Years of Marriage Equality with Top 12 Reasons to Visit

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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