On July 30, 2012, Mexican police found the body of Regina businessman Duane Lang, 46, in a Puerto Vallarta apartment where he had been living since spring. It appeared he had been dead for several days. Local news reports stated Lang had been stabbed five times, while other media outlets reported as many as 23 stab wounds to his head and neck.
Lang was a member of Regina's gay community and involved with the Prairie Pride Chorus, a choir of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.
Javier Gallegos, a member of a gay and lesbian centre in Puerto Vallarta, said two other gay men were murdered in the city earlier this year.
Motorists have spotted a seemingly-fearless wolf along the highway in Kootenay National Park in British Columbia for the second time in a week.
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Video by: CBC - British Columbia
Date 23 hrs ago 2:08
Tooltip Information:Wolf sightings on B.C. highwayVideo by:Description: Motorists have spotted a seemingly-fearless wolf along the highway in Kootenay National Park in British Columbia for the second time in a week.Rating: 4.16Views: 18098