June 25, 2014 6:15 am

Tuesday, June 24, 2014: Global Edmonton Morning News

Laura Keegan from HIV Edmonton joins the Morning News to talk about how medical advances have made HIV manageable, but the legal system still seems stuck in the past.

Karen Bartko / Global News

HIV:CHANGES IN MEDICINE AND PRESPECTIVE

Laura Keegan, HIV Edmonton

HIV used to be a virtual death sentence – but while medical advances have made it manageable, some say the legal system is still stuck in the past. Laura Keegan, HIV Edmonton joins the Morning News to explain.

 

AVENUE MAGAZINE

Steven Sandor, Editor

Avenue is one of Edmonton’s most popular lifestyle magazines. Editor Steven Sandor drops by with a look at this July’s issue.

GO EAST OF EDMONTON

Kevin Kisilevich, Publisher, Go East of Edmonton Travel Guide

With the warmer weather upon us, it’s the perfect time to explore and enjoy the amazing destinations Alberta has to offer. The publisher of  Go East of Edmonton Travel Guide has some suggestions.

LORRAINE LIVE ON LOCATION: THE WORKS

Lorraine live at Churchill Square for The Works Art & Design Festival.

 

TRENDING NOW

Online Producer Slav Kornik with a look at what’s trending: Canada’s pending anti-spam legislation, the Google developer’s conference and reports that a viral story of a scarred girl being kicked out of KFC may be a hoax.

 

 

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