News for Youse: Canadian women win bronze, Paul Watson sought, and fish cull ordered
Soccer bronze Canadian women have won their first Olympic soccer medal, a bronze, after defeating France 1-0 in Coventry on a goal by Diana Matheson at the end of the game.
Huynh medal Defending 2008 Olympic gold medalist Carol Huynh of Hazelton, B.C. won bronze in the 48-kilogram category at the London Games.
Watson sought Interpol has issued a "red notice" for the founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Paul Watson, in connection with a 10-year-old Costa Rican warrant concerning his efforts to stop shark poaching.
Fish kill The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has ordered Grieg Seafood and Mainstream Canada to cull all fish from their Culloden Point and Millar Channel aquaculture operations, respectively, after confirmation of the presence of the Infectious Haemotropoietic Necrosis virus, which kills Atlantic salmon but is harmless to humans.
Suspicious death Vancouver police are investigating whether foul play was involved after the body of a man in his 50s was found in alley in the 3400 block of Renfrew Street.
Alleged death threats A North Vancouver man, Ryan John Lewis, was granted bail on a charge of uttering threats after the Mounties revealed that the suspect had allegedly "posted several open death threats on his Facebook account to commit crimes similar to the recent shootings in Colorado".
West Van break-ins Police in West Vancouver have issued an advisory to the public about a "dramatic increase in residential break-ins"—17 since July 11, typically between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., often through second-floor windows.
Curiosity pictures NASA's rover on Mars has sent back images from the red planet showing the surface looking a lot like the Mojave Desert.
Gu Kailai convicted The wife of former Chongquing Communist Party chief Bo Xilai, who met last year with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, has been found guilty of murdering a British businessman