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Third victim recovered from B.C. landslide
July 26, 2012, Johnsons Landing, B.C. – Rescuers have recovered the body of a third victim who died after her family's home was levelled by a huge landslide in a southeastern British Columbia community.
Canoeists rescued from Athabasca River
July 26, 2012, Edmonton – Three canoeists had to be rescued from the rain-swollen waters of the Athabasca River north of Hinton, Alta., when two of five canoes capsized Wednesday. The Calgary Herald reports.
Suspicious fire destroys Regina home
July 26, 2012, Regina – Fire crews spent several hours fighting a major blaze in Regina early Thursday morning, after a home in the city's North Central neighbourhood went up in flames. CBC News reports.
Flooding closes Edmonton's Bissell Centre
July 26, 2012, Edmonton – The Bissell Centre was forced to close after a storm on Monday caused a sewer to back up and flood the basement of the inner-city agency. CBC News reports.
Southern Manitoba town flooded by sudden storm
July 26, 2012, Steinbach, Man. – A sudden storm in Steinbach, Man., that saw over four inches of rain has resulted in heavy flooding in the area. The Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Sprinklers review expedited but details still vague
July 26, 2012 – The process of determining how to improve fire safety for seniors and other vulnerable Ontarians has been expedited by four months, the result of increased pressure on the provincial government after two residents of a Hawkesbury, Ont., retirement home died in a fire in May.
Waterloo homeowners plead guilty under fire act
July 26, 2012, Waterloo, Ont. – Two owners of a home that went up in flames in December pleaded guilty this month to five charges under the Fire Protection and Prevention Act. The Waterloo Record reports.
Lawsuit for Sunrise Propane explosion gets green light
July 26, 2012, Toronto – A judge has given the green light for a class action lawsuit in the massive Sunrise Propane explosion four years ago. The Toronto Star reports.
Officials probe plant blaze
July 26, 2012, Niagara Falls, Ont. - An early morning fire at Can-Eng Furnaces International Inc. on Wednesday is being treated as arson by investigators. The St. Catharines Standard reports.
Two blazes keep Windsor fire crews busy
July 26, 2012, Windsor, Ont. - Windsor firefighters were kept busy Wednesday night with two fires. Windsorite.ca reports.