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Short week for students

NELSON STAR
Superintendent defends decision to hold Pro-D Day during the first week back after the prolonged teachers' strike.

Short week for students

NELSON STAR
Superintendent defends decision to hold Pro-D Day during the first week back after the prolonged teachers' strike.

John Kettle undecided

NELSON STAR
The current Regional District of Central Kootenay chair has not yet committed to run for re-election.

John Kettle undecided

NELSON STAR
The current Regional District of Central Kootenay chair has not yet committed to run for re-election.

North Shore history website launches Sunday

NELSON STAR
Remember Fairyland and the Starlight drive-in? A new website pays tribute to them and other pieces of North Shore history.

North Shore history website launches Sunday

NELSON STAR
Remember Fairyland and the Starlight drive-in? A new website pays tribute to them and other pieces of North Shore history.

Nelson cultural committee in for overhaul

NELSON STAR
The group tasked with developing Nelson’s cultural sector is getting a makeover.

Nelson cultural committee in for overhaul

NELSON STAR
The group tasked with developing Nelson’s cultural sector is getting a makeover.

Provincial News

It's going to be a wet one!

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
The first major storm of the season has arrived off the West Coast, bringing with it heavy rain and high winds for the first full day of fall.

It's going to be a wet one!

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
The first major storm of the season has arrived off the West Coast, bringing with it heavy rain and high winds for the first full day of fall.

Judge upholds city bylaw on DTES street vendors

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
A judge has upheld a Vancouver bylaw used by police to ticket people selling goods on the street in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

Is Vancouver a rude city?

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Vancouver may be one of the most livable cities on earth but you still have to put up with trash and litter, people blocking sidewalks and aisles, sidewalk-driving cyclists, aggressive drivers and loud cellphone talkers.

Addicted to eating? How Overeaters Anonymous helped 2 compulsive eaters

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Tom and Estelle share their stories of compulsive overeating and how the Overeaters Anonymous 12-step program helped them.

Judge upholds city bylaw on DTES street vendors

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
A judge has upheld a Vancouver bylaw used by police to ticket people selling goods on the street in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

Is Vancouver a rude city?

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Vancouver may be one of the most livable cities on earth but you still have to put up with trash and litter, people blocking sidewalks and aisles, sidewalk-driving cyclists, aggressive drivers and loud cellphone talkers.

Addicted to eating? How Overeaters Anonymous helped 2 compulsive eaters

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Tom and Estelle share their stories of compulsive overeating and how the Overeaters Anonymous 12-step program helped them.

National News

Fall will make up for 'bummer of a summer,' meteorologist forecasts

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
This winter “will feel tropical” compared to last year, says Environment Canada meteorologist Dave Phillips, refuting a prediction by the Old Farmer’s Almanac that “the T-Rex of winters” is ahead.

David Alward steps down as N.B. PC leader

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
David Alward walked away from the leadership of New Brunswick's Progressive Conservatives on Tuesday, about 12 hours after his party was defeated by the Liberals in an election marred by problems counting the votes.

New Brunswick election vote-counting glitch: What went wrong?

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Elections New Brunswick is assuring voters that the results of the provincial vote are accurate, despite a two-hour delay in reporting the numbers that’s been blamed on a glitch in the tabulation system.

Canadians worried about long wait times for medical specialists: poll

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A majority of Canadians are concerned over long wait times to see medical specialists, according to a new survey commissioned by the Wait Times Alliance.

Sports News

McDavid, Eichel top Central Scouting watch list for 2015

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Central Scouting put out its preliminary players to watch list for the 2015 NHL draft. As expected, the top two names are Erie Otters centre Connor McDavid, and Boston University centre Jack Eichel.

Capitals unveil uniforms for NHL Winter Classic

CBC SPORTS NEWS
The Washington Capitals have unveiled new uniforms to be worn when they host the Chicago Blackhawks in the NHL Winter Classic at Nationals Park on New Year's Day.

Toronto Maple Leafs: 2014-15 NHL season preview

CBC SPORTS NEWS
After a season at the unhappy crossroads of old- and new-school analysis, the Maple Leafs hope a more numbers-savvy front office will translate to better times on the ice.

Business News

Nortel was never just yours, lawyer tells Canadians

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
It's a fallacy to think of Nortel Networks as just a Canadian company and that its intellectual property was created solely in Canada, a lawyer for its U.S. subsidiary said Tuesday at a cross-border bankruptcy trial that will decide how remaining assets are shared among creditors.

Younger workers poorer than parents' generation, research says

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
All those stories about the younger generation being poorer than their parents are often true, says a report from the Conference Board of Canada. For the first time, the generation now aged 25 to 29 risks remaining poorer than their parents throughout their lifetime.

Tim Hortons, Burger King reaction: U.S. cracks down on tax inversions

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
The Obama administration cracked down on American companies trying to relocate overseas to shirk paying U.S. taxes, a practice known as a "tax inversion" and a common complaint after the Burger King deal with Tim Hortons and others.

Entertainment News

Ebola cases could reach 550,000 to 1.4 million in 4 months: CDC

HEALTH NEWS
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could reach up to 1.4 million cases by late January 2015 under a worst-case scenario, says a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control that comes as experts from the World Health Organization call for drastic improvements in measures to prevent the virus from becoming endemic.

Enterovirus D-68 confirmed at Windsor Regional

HEALTH NEWS
The CEO Windsor Regional Hospital, David Musyj has confirmed one patient has tested positive for Enterovirus D-68.

Ebola cases could reach 550,000 to 1.4 million in 4 months: CDC

HEALTH NEWS
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could reach up to 1.4 million cases by late January 2015 under a worst-case scenario, says a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control that comes as experts from the World Health Organization call for drastic improvements in measures to prevent the virus from becoming endemic.

Enterovirus D-68 confirmed at Windsor Regional

HEALTH NEWS
The CEO Windsor Regional Hospital, David Musyj has confirmed one patient has tested positive for Enterovirus D-68.

Coke, Pepsi, pledge to shrink can and bottle sizes to cut calories

HEALTH NEWS
Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper say they'll work to reduce the calories Americans get from beverages by 20 per cent over the next decade by more aggressively marketing smaller sizes, bottled water and diet drinks.

Coke, Pepsi, pledge to shrink can and bottle sizes to cut calories

HEALTH NEWS
Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper say they'll work to reduce the calories Americans get from beverages by 20 per cent over the next decade by more aggressively marketing smaller sizes, bottled water and diet drinks.


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