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Victoria doctor Azaria Marthyman with William, a Liberia boy treated for the Ebola virus.
Azaria Marthyman, Ebola doctor, returns home to Victoria

A Victoria doctor who was part of a medical group that travelled to Liberia earlier this month to treat victims of the Ebola virus has returned home, while two of his U.S. colleagues infected with the deadly virus fight for their lives.



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    EDMONTON - Alberta's Wildrose Opposition says there should be an RCMP investigation into former premier Alison Redford's use of government aircraft, including findings by the auditor general that passenger lists were altered so she could fly alone.

  • Group says B.C. doctor not in Ebola quarantineGroup says B.C. doctor not in Ebola quarantine - 2014-07-29 5:16 PM

    VICTORIA - A humanitarian group says a British Columbia doctor who recently returned from a trip to West Africa to fight a deadly Ebola outbreak is not under any kind of quarantine, contrary to initial reports.

  • Fatal fire costs B.C. mill $724,000 - 2014-07-29 5:11 PM

    VANCOUVER - Penalties and levies totalling more than $724,000 have been imposed on a company that owns a northern British Columbia sawmill which was flattened by a fire.

  • Cyclist made tourniquet from pants after shootingCyclist made tourniquet from pants after shooting - 2014-07-29 4:28 PM

    SURREY, B.C. - It was just before 1 a.m. during an overnight cycling race when loud explosions disrupted the solace of a rider along Highway 1 in British Columbia.

  • We're prepared to die to protect lands:chiefs - 2014-07-29 4:04 PM

    TORONTO - Aboriginal people in Ontario are prepared to lay down their lives to protect their traditional lands from any unwanted development, a group of First Nations chiefs said Tuesday.

  • ICAO to set up safety task forceICAO to set up safety task force - 2014-07-29 3:45 PM

    MONTREAL - The CEO of the international organization that represents the world's air carriers has targeted military and intelligence agencies, saying they have a moral duty to ensure that innocent people are not put in harm's way.

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