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Vandalized mural repainted

NELSON STAR
Artist Brian McLachlan aims to protect Nelson landmark.

‘Exuberant’ electrical storm topples trees, cuts power

NELSON STAR
A sudden storm had local residents cleaning up debris and several homes have lost power.

Students and parents left in education limbo

NELSON STAR
The Kootenay Lake school district met today for an opening celebration while Nelson District Association teachers picketed outside.

Mount Polley spill may be left in place

NELSON STAR
Further tests will determine whether the metal-bearing sand will be removed or left where it is, Mines Minister Bill Bennett says

Provincial News

Kinder Morgan pipeline assessment challenged in court

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
The city of Vancouver says it will go to the Federal Court of Appeal over Kinder Morgan's proposed expansion of its Trans Mountain pipeline.

Hiker Julien Landry rescued days after fleeing up a tree to avoid bear

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
A hiker is lucky to be alive after he climbed a tree to escape a mother bear - with incredible and unexpected consequences.

Wikipedia's medical errors and one doctor's fight to correct them

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Dr. James Heilman says medical students and physicians use Wikipedia entries that may not be completely accurate. So he's part of a global effort to improve the most popular entries.

Stockwell Day joins company planning to build B.C. bitumen refinery

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Stockwell Day has joined the leadership team of a Vancouver company that's planning to build a $10-billion oilsands refinery on the West Coast.

National News

How long will it take to replenish supply of experimental Ebola drug?

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Last week, a small U.S. biotech firm announced that its supply of experimental Ebola drug ZMapp had run out. Health officials in western African countries have said that it could take months before ZMapp and other experimental therapies could be used on Ebola patients there.

National inquiry not best way to deal with missing, murdered women: Harper

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says police investigations, not a national inquiry, are the best way to deal with crimes involving missing and murdered aboriginal women.

Alberta E. coli outbreak source unknown; investigation underway

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Health officials in Alberta are investigating an E. coli outbreak, but have yet to pinpoint the source of the bacteria. Alberta Health Services is reporting 125 confirmed cases of E. coli in the province, but health officials are not sure if the cases are linked.

Man arrested after double homicide in rural P.E.I.

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
The RCMP have made an arrest after the bodies of a father and his adult son were found at a home in rural Prince Edward Island.

Sports News

LeBron James slims down

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Since announcing his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James has turned up to public events looking noticeably thinner than he did when last seen in the NBA playoffs with the Miami Heat, and the explanation may be a diet low in carbs and high in fat.

Little League coach delivers moving speech to players

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Dave Belisle, who manages a team from Cumberland, R.I., had some moving words for his heartbroken players after they were eliminated from the Little League World Series.

Youth Olympic Games: Day 5 Highlights

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Watch our highlight wrap on demand as Canada takes on the world in 28 disciplines on Day 5 at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

Business News

Rise of part-time work no reason to worry, TD says

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
The rise in part-time employment is nothing more than a pullback after companies hired more full-time workers than they needed coming out of the recession, one of Canada's largest banks says.

Pick-and-Pay cable should be an option in Canada, says CRTC

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could, if adopted, dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.

Wind Mobile cuts data roaming rate by 95%

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
Wind Mobile will slash what it charges customers when the roam on other companies networks by 95 per cent after a CRTC ruling that forces big telecom companies to charge smaller rivals less for that service.

Entertainment News

2 Ebola-infected U.S. aid workers have recovered, pose no risk to public

HEALTH NEWS
Two American aid workers who were infected with Ebola are discharged from an Atlanta hospital, where doctors say they pose no risk to public safety.

Ebola treatment of Kent Brantly, Nancy Writebol holds lessons for others

HEALTH NEWS
Two Americans who recovered from Ebola virus infections are contributing to doctors’ understanding of the deadly disease, a physician who treated them says.

Polio vaccine combination seems to offer best protection

HEALTH NEWS
For decades scientists have debated whether injectable or oral polio vaccine is the best option for trying to finish the job of eradicating polio. Now a new study offers an answer: Both.


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