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A Ladysmith artist who survived five hours in the frigid waters of the Salish Sea in late October and the rescuers who gave her a second chance at life were both struck with emotion as they met again in Ladysmith on Sunday.
“They were absolutely amazing and so compassionate and it was just such a beautiful meeting – I totally remembered the faces of the two guys that pulled me out of the water, ” said Mya DeRyan.
Saturday, December 30, 2017
Saturday, December 9, 2017
|Times Colonist : Mya DeRyan,|
after her incident
By Katie Serena
After receiving a terminal diagnosis, Mya DeRyan decided to end her life on her own terms -- but things didn't quite go as planned.
A Canadian woman has discovered a “new lease on life” after a close call with death.
Last month, Mya DeRyan was fished from the frigid waters off the coast of Vancouver, after jumping from the deck of a ferry.
Friday, December 1, 2017
|Janna Flynn, RN, CTV|
The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) suspended Joanna Flynn for five months for committing professional misconduct in March 2014.
Flynn had pleaded guilty to two charges of professional misconduct.... To read the rest of the article, click here.