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VANCOUVER, British Columbia – VanCity, Canada’s largest credit union has had bomb threats made against some of its branches in wake of a controversy over its support of homosexual rights, according to the Vancouver Sun. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese backed out of a financial education program sponsored by the credit union after the credit union began running ads aimed at supporting same sex marriage. Police reported investigating seven bomb threats made against VanCity branches in the wake of the controversy. VanCity said it evacuated one branch and its corporate headquarters in the wake of some of the threats.

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