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New Ebola guidelines: Testing in Ontario labs for quicker results

Training and equipment are being ramped up at the General Campus of The Ottawa Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario after they were named provincial referral hospitals for Ebola by health minister Dr. 697 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: What were they thinking?

There were former Canucks who just missed the cut on the top 100, and we weren’t surprised they were close. Even guys such as Anson Carter and Mats Sundin, who made critical contributions to the club in the short (Carter) and shorter (Sundin) time they spent in Vancouver. 131 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: Better to hit the post than miss completely, says Nathan Lafayette

The name “LaFayette” is synonymous with the word “post” in Vancouver, thanks to the shot Nathan LaFayette took that rang off the iron late in the third period of Game 7 of the 1994 Stanley Cup against the New York Rangers. 1,199 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: OK, so who is the 101st pick?

When the first two voters’ ballots came in, and Nathan Lafayette and Luc Bourdon were their 101st Canuck, we knew the silly origin of the idea — think picking the 100 greatest Canucks is tough? 245 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: A by-the-numbers look at our selections

1. Numbers of honoured players by position:

Defence: 33

Centre: 20

Right Wing: 20

Left Wing: 19

Goal: 8

Our take: This is a little surprising because the Canucks have never had a defenceman even close to winning a major trophy at that position. 478 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: Pavel Bure should be No. 1 because no one was more exciting to watch

Pavel Bure is the greatest Canuck there ever was.

He is that because his first shift in Vancouver was 23 years ago and people can remember it like it happened in the last hour. 1,004 more words

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The 101 Greatest Canucks: King Richard now rules in the art world

When Richard Brodeur was establishing himself as the sole reason why the Vancouver Canucks made it all the way to the Stanley Cup final in 1982, his teammates had no idea of the lifelong passion he was harbouring. 969 more words

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