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Dooley appointed Interior Health director

NELSON STAR
Pat Dooley officially joins the Interior Health Authority Board at end of month.

Vandalized Nelson 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.

Provincial News

Mount Polley spill: Testing finds elevated selenium in fish

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
Fish from Quesnel Lake and Polley Lake, downstream from the Mount Polley mine spill, have elevated levels of selenium, arsenic and copper, among other elements, but there is no threat to human health, according to the government.

How the Whitecaps are pushing Little League out of Queen's Park

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
New Westminster's Little League Baseball organization is calling foul over Vancouver Whitecaps plans to put a farm team in their arena.

Trinity Western Law School faces another setback from New Brunswick Law Society

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
The Law Society of New Brunswick will hold a special meeting next month to discuss its controversial decision to accredit Trinity Western University's new law program.

Why Vancouver's outdoor pools have to close, even if schools don't open

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS - CBC
With the ongoing teachers' dispute and the continuing warm summer weather, some Vancouver families want the city to keep its outdoor pools open past Labour Day.

National News

Armed men in Halloween masks make off with $431K in armoured truck heist

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Armed men in Halloween masks stole almost half a million dollars Thursday night in a robbery in Quebec.

Ukraine government calls arrival of massive Russian aid convoy a 'direct invasion'

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Frustrated by a week of delays, Russia sent over 130 aid trucks rolling into rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Friday without the approval of the government in Kyiv. Ukraine called the move a "direct invasion" that aimed to provoke an international incident.

Father, son identified as victims of P.E.I. killings

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
The RCMP has identified the father-and-son victims of a double homicide in rural Prince Edward Island.

Ebola outbreak: Five reasons why it's out of control

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Health officials in West Africa have underestimated the Ebola outbreak, the World Health Organization said in a blunt statement on Friday.

Sports News

Tom Hanks joins Women's World Cup grass debate

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Actor Tom Hanks has added his voice to those protesting the artificial turf surfaces that Canadian venues will use at the upcoming 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, tweeting Friday "Hey FIFA, they deserve real grass. Put in sod."

Youth Olympic Games: Day 6 highlights

CBC SPORTS NEWS
Watch our highlight wrap on demand as Canada takes on the world in 28 disciplines on Day 6 at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

Manziel heckled with 'Johnny Clipboard' T-shirts

CBC SPORTS NEWS
The Heckler Store, an online clothing manufacturer, is trying to cash in on the latest development in the Cleveland Browns quarterbacking situation with "Johnny Clipboard" T-shirts.

Business News

Canadian pension tension: Don't blame the workers, writes Don Pittis

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
If Quebec gets away with cutting municipal worker pensions, which have been eaten away through mismanagement by the very people doing the cutting, then watch this phenomenon spread, writes Don Pittis.

Inflation rate in Canada cools to 2.1% in July

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
Canada's inflation rate slowed to 2.1 per cent in July, slightly below the 2.4 per cent in the previous month.

Janet Yellen tells Jackson Hole job numbers are harder to decipher

CBC BUSINESS NEWS
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday that the Great Recession complicated the Fed's ability to assess the U.S. job market and made it harder to determine when to adjust interest rates.

Entertainment News

Ebola outbreak widens, death toll rises to 1,427 in West Africa

HEALTH NEWS
Two alarming new cases of Ebola have emerged in Nigeria, widening the circle of people sickened beyond the immediate group of caregivers who treated a dying airline passenger in one of Africa's largest cities.

Painkillers prescribed chronically to many Americans on disability

HEALTH NEWS
A growing number of Americans on work disability chronically use powerful prescription painkillers, according to a new study.

Ottawa restaurant fined for role in summer camp food poisoning

HEALTH NEWS
A west Ottawa restaurant has been fined by Ottawa Public Health after rice it served to a summer camp made dozens of people sick and sent six children to hospital.


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