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RDCK defends office furniture decision

NELSON STAR
The Regional District of Central Kootenay stands by its decision to award a contract for new office furniture to a Vancouver Island company.

Buyer found for Meadow Creek Cedar license

NELSON STAR
Meadow Creek Cedar has told the Ministry of Forests it has an accepted an offer to buy the company’s license, which was facing cancellation.

Nelson doles out community inititive funding

NELSON STAR
City of Nelson doled out about $126,000 in community initiative funding to 38 successful applicants at a council meeting Tuesday night.

New recycling system still irritates RDCK

NELSON STAR
The Regional District of Central Kootenay remains upset at the way a new industry-led recycling system has been rolled out.

Provincial News

B.C. earthquake: 6.6-magnitude quake hits near Port Alice

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
A 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck last night shortly after 8 p.m. PT, with the epicentre located 40 kilometres southwest of Port Alice, according to the Pacific Tsunami Information Centre.

Is fetal tissue from B.C. used to power Oregon homes?

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
An Oregon county commission has ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning the waste it has been burning may include tissue from aborted fetuses from British Columbia.

Chinese drivers' licences now accepted by B.C. RCMP

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
RCMP in B.C. have reached an agreement with ICBC to stop ticketing drivers from China who temporarily using their drivers' licences while in the province.

Good Samaritan gives his shoes to barefoot bus passenger

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
An off-duty Coast Mountain bus driver says it was a bus ride he'll never forget, after seeing a stranger give the shoes off his feet to a barefoot passenger in Surrey, B.C.

National News

Elections commissioner halting robocalls probe

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Canada's elections investigator says there is not enough evidence concerning fraudulent robocalls during the 2011 election to warrant charges by the federal public prosecutor.

Russia announces new military exercises

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Russia's defence minister on Thursday announced new military exercises along the Ukrainian border just hours after Ukrainian troops killed at least two pro-Russia insurgents in eastern Ukraine.

Ontario-born woman accused of defrauding Alzheimer's patient out of millions

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An Ontario-born woman is alleged to have defrauded a 92-year-old Florida woman out of millions of dollars and bought a beachfront home, a luxury car and meals at the city’s finest restaurants.

Court scolds Air Canada for defying own rules on 'bumping'

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Air Canada been scolded by a court in Nova Scotia for not following its own rules about how it compensates the passengers it bumps from oversold flights.

Sports News

NHL players react to Jackets' comeback

CBC SPORTS NEWS
NHL players, including several on the Blue Jackets, were quick to react on Twitter to Columbus' comeback win in overtime on Wednesday.

Wrigley Field celebrates 100 years of baseball

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Home of the Chicago Cubs was originally called Weeghman Park; it is one of only two remaining baseball parks with a manually operated, mechanical scoreboard.

Marc-Andre Fleury miscues lead to Jackets' OT win

CBC SPORTS NEWS
The Penguins established a three-goal lead in the first period but the Blue Jackets rallied to force overtime, where Nick Foligno beat Pittsburgh goalie Marc-Andre Fleury with a long wrister to take Game 4 on Wednesday in Columbus.

Business News

Aviation inspectors raise 'red flag' over airline safety

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
A survey of Canada’s aviation inspectors shows they are increasingly concerned about aviation safety because of Transport Canada rules that leave responsibility for setting acceptable levels of risk up to the airlines.

Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory collapse spurs change, finger-pointing

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
A year after the deadly Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, families of the thousands of workers affected are still struggling with the emotional and economic fallout.

Canada poised for export boom, EDC says

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
A new forecast from the federal export agency predicts Canada's economy is on the threshold of stronger growth thanks to a long-awaited recovery in the export sector.

Entertainment News

E-cigarette ban for minors proposed in U.S.

HEALTH NEWS
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed rules on Thursday that would ban the sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under 18, but would not restrict flavoured products, online sales or advertising, which public health advocates say attract children.

How medical marijuana growers make sure they're selling quality pot

HEALTH NEWS
The recent voluntary recall of medical marijuana from a B.C. producer highlights the growing pains of a burgeoning industry coming to grips with a whole new regulatory process.

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame 2014

HEALTH NEWS
Distinguished 'medical heroes' in neuroscience, cardiovascular disease, muscular dystrophy and medical education receive accolades.


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