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Copper stolen from Nelson tram tracks

NELSON STAR
This thoughtless act will be a costly and time consuming repair for the Nelson Electric Tramway Society.

Downtown electrical conversion project complete

NELSON STAR
The city of Nelson and Nelson Hydro say it now has a state-of-the-art new distribution system for electricity.

First new council candidate declares

NELSON STAR
Michael Dailly is running for a seat at Nelson's council table.

Huge crowd flocks to Marketfest

NELSON STAR
Thousands of people are on Baker Street tonight to enjoy the monthly Marketfest.

Provincial News

Arsonist sought in 3 downtown Vancouver fires

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Vancouver police are searching for an arsonist suspected of setting fire to garbage bins inside the washrooms of three downtown businesses on Sunday afternoon.

Ross Lockwood returns to Earth after 4 months on (simulated) Mars

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
An Okanagan-born scientist is enjoying fresh air and real food again for the first time in four months.

Crash of 'amateur-built' plane on Vancouver Island golf course kills 2

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Two longtime friends were killed Saturday night as the small plane they built together crashed down next to players at a golf course on Vancouver Island.

Final garden party held as CP Rail's Arbutus deadline looms

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
It was a bittersweet day for gardeners out in the sunshine yesterday, as their blooming plots along Vancouver's Arbutus rail corridor are slated for demolition by month's end.

National News

Canada's hidden Hepatitis C epidemic

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
It is a “national scandal” that Canada does not have a national public health strategy to deal with hepatitis C, one doctor says as World Hepatitis Day gets underway.

Black boxes show MH17 suffered 'massive explosive decompression'

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An international police team abandoned its attempt to reach the crash site of a Malaysia Airlines plane for a second day running Monday as clashes raged in a town on the road to the area.

Summer storm: More than 4,000 without power in southwestern Ontario

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
More than 4,000 Hydro One customers in the Grand Bend area remained without power Monday after a storm ripped through southwestern Ontario, the utility said.

Attacks punctuate tenuous calm in Gaza

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Israeli jets struck three sites in Gaza on Monday after a rocket was launched at Israel, the military said, disrupting a relative lull in the war-torn territory at the start of a major Muslim holiday.

Sports News

Commonwealth Games: Day 5 from Glasgow

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Watch live action from the Commonwealth Games, including Canada's Damian Warner in the decathlon, plus the men's and women's 100-metre finals, swimming, gymnastics and more.

Commonwealth Games: Canada's medallists

CBC SPORTS NEWS
The full list of medals won by Canadians at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Munenori Kawasaki makes basket catch

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Until they find a full-time second baseman with clout, the Toronto Blue Jays know they can count on utility man Munenori Kawasaki to come up with the occasional big play.

Business News

Court orders Russia to pay $50 billion to Yukos shareholders

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
An international court on Monday ordered Russia to pay more than $50 billion to the former majority shareholders of now defunct oil company Yukos, ruling that the state engaged in a ruthless campaign to destroy what was once the country's biggest oil producer.

'We're not the Jetsons yet': Volvo's 'world first' safety features next step in a smarter car

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
'World-first' road sensors in the newest Volvos could eventually make car travel much safer, but probably only if every other automaker follows suit.

Why aren't more people paying off their mortgages faster?

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
Taking action to pay down your mortgage faster is one of those boilerplate suggestions that financial advisers love to make to their clients. So why isn't everyone doing that?

Entertainment News

Liberia's president orders strict anti-Ebola measures

HEALTH NEWS
Liberia's president has closed all but three land border crossings, restricted public gatherings and quarantined communities heavily affected by the Ebola outbreak in the West African nation.

ReWalk Robotics exoskeleton helps paraplegics to walk

HEALTH NEWS
A robotic exoskeleton that allows some people with spinal cord injuries to walk upright has been approved for use by Health Canada and the U.S. Federal Drug Administration.

E-cigarette market on fire while scientists wage heated debate

HEALTH NEWS
Electronic cigarette use is skyrocketing, the industry is at multi-billion dollar status, politicians and officials are talking regulations, more and more research is published every month, but the jury is still out on their safety.


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