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Massive food poisoning incident at international conference

Siem Reap - A high number of food poisoning cases have been reported at a recent World Vision conference at Siem Reap, north-western Cambodia. The incident is being investigated.

Review: Terri Clark wows in North Bay Special

North Bay - Country sweetheart, Terri Clark, wowed a packed house at the Capital Centre in North Bay Ontario last night with her endearing personality and strong vocals.

World Vision giving almost $5 million to Pakistan flood relief

Canada's World Vision has raised almost $5 million by the generosity of Canadians. Nearly 28,000 Canadians have pledged to World Vision's Pakistan flood response, helping the aid agency reach $4.9 million dollars in donations.

World Vision: Help needed in communities to prevent child deaths

Until families and community care is a priority children will die at needless levels says a World Vision report launched today. Every year more than 8 million children under the age of five and 350,000 mothers die have preventable causes.

Pakistani child victims of floods facing severe health dangers

World Vision is warning that infants affected by the flooding in Pakistan need immediate and significant aid if they are to survive.

World Vision worries about those left hungry in Somalia

World Vision is concerned about the thousands of children that they were serving in Somalia now that they have been suspended there by the government.

Groups speak out on Tamil refugees arrival in Canada

Groups speaking out about the arrival of the Tamil refugees in Canada are both side of the issue. There is concern that terrorists and smugglers are mixed in with victims of violence from Sri Lanka.

Flooding in Pakistan affecting over 14 million people

Pakistanis are not pleased with their president's decision to visit the United Kingdom while they were left dealing with flood waters that have left millions homeless.

World Vision offices demanded to close programs in Somalia

World Vision Somalia was demanded by Al Shabaab to close operations in Somalia today. World Vision guards were disarmed and removed of their keys. Al Shabaab reps are now in the offices. Nothing has been removed from the offices.

Poverty in Canada has increased as a result of the recession

Ottawa - A report released Wednesday highlights the deepening levels of poverty in Canada, made worse by the recession. The report urges the federal government to end poverty in the nation.

6 World Vision aid workers killed by armed Pakistani gunmen

World Vision's office in the Mansehra region of Pakistan was raided by approximately 10 armed gunmen, who killed six Pakistani aid workers.

World Vision begins relief effort in Chile

World Vision is in Chile handing out blankets and water containers to victims of Saturday's earthquake. The agency says that care is urgently needed in the nation.

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