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- Nelson Landing begins sales, will build in springNelson Landing has increased both the price of its units and the amount it will contribute to the city's affordable housing fund.
- Kootenay Lake superintendent: ’The future of education is here’Superintendent Jeff Jones praised the work done by Mt. Sentinel and the community in hosting ground-breaking sustainability day.
- City to study youth centre roof housing furtherWhether the ground under the Youth Centre could hold two more storeys of housing is unknown, as is the market for the housing.
- Nelson water shortage persistsNelson may need an additional water supply in the coming years.
- Burglars hit Salmo Curling ClubThieves broke in to the Salmo Curling Club sometime between 2 and 9:30 a.m. Sunday and stole about $200 worth of liquor.
CBC British Columbian
- TransLink bus window shattered by shot in Vancouver
A TransLink bus was struck by some sort of shot which shattered a window Thursday night in Vancouver.
- Deadly Surrey bus stop crash is 2nd car tragedy for stepfather
'Lightning strikes twice' for stepfather who has spoken out against reckless driving for past decade
- Protester rushes stage at Stephen Harper campaign rally
Stephen Harper's security detail restrained and removed a protester who rushed the stage and got within a metre of the Conservative leader at a campaign rally in Surrey, B.C.
- Hurricane Oho promises big waves for daredevil surfers in B.C.
Surfers from B.C.'s North Coast are looking forward to the monster El-Nino weather system expected this fall which promises big waves.
- Driver at bus stop crash in Surrey caught after trying to flee on foot
The driver of a white Corvette that crashed into a bus stop in Surrey, B.C. tried to flee on foot but has been arrested, say police.
- Twitter reacts to Pete Rose's comments on Donaldson, Bautista
Pete Rose, former baseball player and manager of the Cincinnati Reds, criticized Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista for leaving Game 1 of the AL Division Series.
- Connor McDavid shows potential and speed in NHL debut
Rookies were the talk of the NHL on Thursday night, as Connor McDavid made his highly anticipated debut, while No. 2 draft pick Jack Eichel scored in his first appearance.
- Connor McDavid, Oilers fall short in opener against Blues
Rookie Robby Fabbri scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the third period to help the St. Louis Blues beat Edmonton 3-1 Thursday night, spoiling Oilers rookie Connor McDavid's NHL debut.
- Usain Bolt, Jonathan Toews, Kobe Bryant: Kid vs. Adult
In this hilarious video from 'The Ellen Show' the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, is challenged to a 100-metre foot race by 8-year-old Demarjay Smith. This got us thinking about other kid vs. adult videos, like the ones Kids CBC made for RBC Sports Day in Canada.
- Jack Eichel scores in NHL debut, but Senators top Sabres
The Ottawa Senators took a 3-1 road win on Thursday night in Buffalo, but the game also marked the NHL debut of Jack Eichel, who scored his first-career big league goal.
- Jim Balsillie deplores lack of discussion on Canada's 'colonial policy for innovation'
The former co-CEO of Research in Motion, Jim Balsillie, argues the three main party leaders are failing to address crucial questions about Canada's high-tech future.
- Get breaking news from the campaign trail
CBC News brings you the latest news from the campaign trail in our live blog every weekday from now until election day.
- Prisoners go to the polls today in Canada
Thousands of Canadians are casting ballots today to help elect the next federal government — but they're doing it behind bars. Elections Canada has set up polling stations at federal prisons across the country, to facilitate the democratic process for more than 22,000 eligible voters who are incarcerated and under community supervision.
- Conservatives and NDP to release their platforms today
The Conservatives and NDP will unveil their election platforms today, offering their competing visions to Canadian voters with less than two weeks to go in the federal election campaign.
- Hillary Clinton's sudden opposition to TPP deal a conveniently timed reversal
Hillary Clinton says she's opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. But since she voiced that opinion ahead of the first Democratic presidential nomination debate, take what she says with a grain of salt, says Keith Boag.
- Voting for a government that will create Canadian jobs: Don Pittis
With just over a week before the federal election, the latest job numbers will be the economic statistics most likely to stick in people's minds. However, Don Pittis writes, government plans to improve the Canadian job outlook must be visionary like Steve Jobs, not plodding and short-term.
- Cord-cutting ramps up, while cable providers ready for pick-and-pay TV
TV providers continue to lose customers to cheaper, more selective alternatives like Netflix. Will the pick-and-pay TV options coming next year help keep Canadians tuned in to traditional TV?
- Groundbreaking carbon capture project unveiled in Squamish, B.C.
The mountain air in Squamish, B.C., could soon be even fresher with the launch of a groundbreaking carbon capture operation.
- Quebec unveils plan to expand electric-car network
With promises of a free pass on toll bridges and roads, unfettered access to reserved car lanes and more electric-car charging stations, Quebec is poised to roll out a new $420M electric-vehicle plan.
- Oil moves higher, buoying stocks and Canadian dollar
Oil prices briefly broke through the $50 US mark Thursday afternoon, buoying the Canadian dollar and boosting the energy sector on Toronto's stock market.
- Family doctor turns patient in Keeping Canada Alive Part 2
The second episode of Keeping Canada Alive, a day in the life of our health system, features two families receiving respite care for children with complex illnesses, and a woman with MS wondering if shoulder pain signals a worsening illness.
- Kids Help Phone launches support 'zone' to improve teen guys' mental health
Some teen boys may be reluctant to express their feelings, but a new national support service is hoping to make the process easier for youngsters wanting to open up and share their struggles.
- Rise of antibiotic resistance called 'global health crisis'
The rise of antibiotic resistance is a global health crisis, the head of the World Health Organization says.
- Doubt cast on zinc to prevent onset of common cold
New doubts about a series of studies that show zinc might prevent the onset of a cold.
- Elephants' low cancer risk may hold prevention lessons for humans
Lumbering elephants have so many cells but they get few cancers, says a doctor who investigated rates of the disease in different mammals.
Arts & Entertainment
- Hyena Road, My Internship in Canada ask what kind of country we want
Afghan war film Hyena Road and political tale My Internship in Canada are two dramatically different films hitting theatres, but both ask timely, tough questions about what kind of country we want.
- Film review roundup: Pan, Hyena Road, 99 Homes and more
A wide variety of new movies featuring a few truly memorable performances debuts this weekend. From Michael Shannon's reptilian real estate broker in 99 Homes to Hugh Jackman's surprisingly eloquent Captain Blackbeard in Pan, Eli Glasner cuts through the clutter to advise what's worth your time.
- Cosby Show legacy 'tarnished' by scandal, Malcolm-Jamal Warner says
The Cosby Show alum Malcolm-Jamal Warner says the legacy of the series is "tarnished" by the sexual assault allegations made against Bill Cosby.
- Paul Prudhomme, New Orleans chef who popularized Cajun cuisine, dies at age 75
Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun who popularized spicy Louisiana cuisine and became one of the first American restaurant chefs to achieve worldwide fame, died Thursday. He was 75.
- Daniel Craig is really, really over James Bond
Daniel Craig, the British actor who will be appearing as James Bond for the fourth time in Spectre released later this year, has told an interviewer he would rather slit his wrists than play 007 again.