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Supporting pets and their people in the DTES

When the BC government declared the COVID-19 pandemic a public health emergency in March of 2020, Kelsi Jessamine and Dr. Doris Leung had to act quickly to continue supporting their clients—pet owners experiencing homelessness or who were vulnerablely housed in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES). The pair, who jointly run Community Veterinary Outreach’s (CVO) Vancouver program, …

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Shooting at Shively animal clinic may have been self-defense

An animal clinic customers say is a cornerstone in the community was the scene of a deadly shooting over the weekend. “I was angry. I was horrified by the whole situation,” said Donny Greene, the director of Outreach for Feed Louisville. On Sunday evening, police were called to the Shively Animal Clinic and Hospital on …

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Opinion: BC sending patients to the US for cancer care is another disturbing sign of a collapsing health system

There’s good, bad and ugly in BC’s decision to send about 4,800 cancer patients to the US for radiation treatment over the next two years – with a touch of déjà vu thrown in for good measure. The good news is that breast cancer and prostate cancer patients who need radiation treatment are going to …

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Calgary-based charity to bring a free vet clinic to Airdrie on Dec. 3

David said it’s important that pet owners provide their furry friends with check-ups. The free clinic aims to relieve stress and to foster a bond between the owner and their pet. A Calgary-based charitable organization that specializes in keeping owners and their pets together through subsidized pet care for low-income individuals will be hosting a …

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