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The road to Bill's Place: How brother's tragedy inspired drummer's home for people with brain injuries

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Bill Hicks was living his dream as the drummer of a popular band when a call from home changed his life forever: A car crash had left his teen brother in a coma. He left the road for four years to help his brain-injured brother, and 20 years later, he uses the same innovative approach to help others.

Want a cheap cellphone plan? Try Canada's black market

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Costly cellphone plans in many parts of Canada appear to be fuelling a booming black market industry for cheap deals.

UBC student discovers 4 new exoplanets

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
UBC graduate Michelle Kunimoto searched through data collected by NASA's Kepler mission, which used a powerful telescope to look for planets outside the solar system.

This is not a prank: Realtor becomes internet famous for ad of laser beams shooting from eyes

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
A B.C. real estate agent is getting some attention for her boldly different ad, but Patricia Houlihan's says it's not a photoshopped prank.

National News

Fort McMurray wildfire: Arsenic found in ash, delaying re-entry for 2,000 residents

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
More than 500 undamaged homes in Fort McMurray have been deemed unsafe after traces of toxic substances, including arsenic, were found in samples of ash. Officials say it could take until September for the harmful ash to be cleared.

All-party committee to study consquences for Trudeau's elbowing of MP

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An all-party Commons procedure and House affairs committee is scheduled to meet today, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's elbowing of an MP possibly up for discussion.

1.2 million Afghans internally displaced by war, Amnesty says

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An international rights group has called on the Afghan government and the international community to tackle the country's growing crisis of refugees internally displaced by war.

Assisted dying bill may not hit deadline, health minister admits

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
The government's assisted dying legislation is approaching its last vote in the House. After its second reading Monday, the bill received 192 votes in favour and 129 against.





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