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Polar bear tug of war beluga

Peter Kaludjak of Arviat, Nunavut, caught a beluga whale in Hudson Bay this week, only to have a polar bear also take an interest in it.

CN derailment gananoque

A Via Rail train that left Ottawa Friday afternoon was involved in a collision with a derailed CN train near Gananoque, Ont., stopping train service between Toronto and Montreal just ahead of the long weekend. Service is also cancelled between Ottawa and Toronto.

Financial Markets Wall Street trader

North American stock markets slumped again on Friday, a day after big losses sparked by news of Argentina's default and other bleak economic news.

Bernard Valcourt 20140410

Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says the government will “look after the best interests of taxpayers,” if band councils of First Nations don’t. Valcourt made the comment in response to revelations that the chief of a community with only 81 registered members made nearly $1 million last year.


Toronto police Chief Bill Blair is threatening legal action against Doug Ford over his claim that a police investigation involving his brother, Mayor Rob Ford, was motivated by revenge against the mayor.

Wave detector on a float in Arctic sea

For the first time, waves rearing as high as the second-floor windows of a building have been detected in a part of the Arctic Ocean that's normally calmed by ice.


A hospital in Atlanta was preparing for the arrival from West Africa of two people infected with the deadly Ebola virus.


The federal Liberal party appears to have lost some of its fundraising momentum while the New Democrats are gaining ground. Newly released fundraising numbers, called "scary" by the Liberals' fundraising director, show the party raked in more than $2.8 million in the second quarter of this year.

MacKay Women 20140625

A "scheduling conflict" will keep Justice Minister Peter MacKay from attending this month's annual legal conference by Canadian Bar Association, an organization that has been openly critical of the minister and the Harper government in recent months.

Tesla Elon Musk

Tesla stock was up five per cent on Friday morning after CEO Elon Musk said the electric-car company would deliver 100,000 vehicles next year.

Food Marketing Children

The obesity epidemic that has soured consumers' tastes for high levels of sugar and carbohydrates is hurting the financial health of cereal companies.

Skyway Bridge OPP

The Burlington Skyway will be closed for the entire weekend, forcing tens of thousands of holiday weekend travellers to find alternate routes around the vital artery into Toronto and the Golden Horseshoe.

Robert Campbell courthouse sketch cyberbullying charges August 1 2014

Robert Campbell, a 42-year-old Ottawa man, faces nearly 200 charges of identity fraud, defamation and criminal harassment involving 38 people across Canada, the U.S. and U.K.


The Burlington Skyway crash yesterday has created a storm of travel questions ahead of the busy August holiday weekend. Here's what you need to know about the crash and the closure of the bridge.

Obama calls for release of Israeli

U.S. President Barack Obama has called for the release of an Israeli soldier who was abducted in southern Gaza on Friday as renewed violence broke a 72-hour ceasefire that had been agreed upon by Israel and Hamas.

CBC | British Columbia News

Musical highway

A part-time Whistler resident wants drivers to be able to make music on the Sea-to-Sky Highway.

Bernard Valcourt 20140410

Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says the government will “look after the best interests of taxpayers,” if band councils of First Nations don’t. Valcourt made the comment in response to revelations that the chief of a community with only 81 registered members made nearly $1 million last year.


Commercial, recreational and First Nations fishers should get a better estimate of the size of the sockeye salmon run on the Fraser River this year today when Fisheries and Oceans Canada releases its latest numbers.

Google Maps: Robson and Bute streets

A 28-year-old Vancouver man has been arrested and charged with two counts of arson, following a police warning about a series of fires set inside the washrooms of some downtown restaurants.

Dog Park 2

An off-leash dog park in Richmond is having a hard time finding a happy home, after it was moved from its original location due to complaints from residents, while others are demanding it come back.

Paul Clark row boat recovered

The 16-foot row boat of a 69-year-old man who was attempting to row solo from Prince Rupert to Port Hardy has been found by the U.S. Coast Guard off the Washington coast.

Molly dog

The former owner of a two-year-old shepherd-cross dog, found emaciated and near death near Port Hardy last November, has received a three month conditional jail sentence and a 10 year prohibition on owning animals.

Kitimat LNG

A liquefied natural gas project planned for Kitimat, B.C., faces an uncertain future after one of its U.S. partners announced plans to get out of the LNG business.

Pancho Desperatus-Amator-DeTanza

Police says Pancho Desperatus-Amator-DeTanza, is back at Coquitlam's Cottonwood Lodge psychiatric hospital, after going missing Tuesday morning.

Aerial view of West Vancouver, beyond Lions Gate Bridge

For the second time in two weeks, health officials are warning people against swimming at three West Vancouver beaches after routine water quality sampling turned up E.coli bacteria counts exceeding safe limits.

Beluga whale at Vancouver Aquarium

The Vancouver Park Board voted unanimously to allow the aquarium to keep cetaceans in captivity at a special meeting Thursday night, but ordered an end to the breeding of most whales and dolphins.

Antique Dealer Figure Man

Xiao Ju (Tony) Guan allegedly smuggled more than half a million dollars' worth of rhinoceros horns, elephant ivory and coral from the U.S. into Canada.

Bruce Rickman poco cylcist

Cyclist Bruce Rickman's family is pleading for the driver of the vehicle that hit the father-of-two as he was riding his bicycle home from work July 30 to come forward.

Chief Ron Giesbrecht Kwikwetiem First Nation

The office of Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says it is "very troubling" that Chief Ron Giesbrecht of the Kwikwetiem First Nation in B.C. was paid nearly $1 million last year.

Assembly of First Nations B.C. regional chief Jody Wilson-Raybould

Assembly of First Nations B.C. regional chief Jody Wilson–Raybould is about to become the latest addition to the 2015 federal Liberal campaign roster.

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Cameron Levins, Commonwealth Games

Canada's Cam Levins won bronze in the 10,000 metres on Friday at the Commonwealth Games, while Shawnacy Barber captured bronze in the pole vault.


Pro golfer Dustin Johnson, who announced Thursday he's taking a leave of absence from the sport, has been suspended for six months from the PGA Tour after testing positive for cocaine, reported.


The San Antonio Spurs announced Friday they have signed point guard Tony Parker to a multi-year contract extension.

Jennifer Abel

Canadian diver Jennifer Abel defended her Commonwealth Games title in Glasgow on Friday, repeating as champion of the women’s one-metre springboard event.


The Anaheim Ducks will retire Teemu Selanne's No. 8 on Jan. 11, 2015 when they host Selanne's original NHL team, the Winnipeg Jets.


Veteran B.C. quarterback Kevin Glenn will try for his first win as a visitor at McMahon Stadium when the Lions take on the Calgary Stampeders on Friday night (10 p.m. ET).

Genie Army in Montreal for Rogers Cup

A group of diehard Eugenie Bouchard fans have come all the way from Australia to cheer on Montreal’s hometown tennis hero as she fights for the Rogers Cup starting this weekend.


Scott Morgan won gold in the men's vault at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Friday, adding to the gold and silver he captured a day earlier, and fellow Canadian Ellie Black won her second and third medals, including gold in the women's beam.


The Montreal Canadiens are headed to salary arbitration with star defenceman P.K. Subban as the sides couldn't reach a deal before a scheduled 9 a.m. ET hearing.


Struggling quarterback Troy Smith will be under the gun when the Montreal Alouettes (1-3) put their league-worst offence up against the injury-plagued Toronto Argonauts (1-4) on Friday night at Percival Molson Stadium (7 p.m. ET).


The Toronto Blue Jays will try to keep putting up big numbers offensively as they go after a seventh straight victory Friday night (8:10 p.m. ET) against the Houston Astros.


The Commonwealth Games Federation says 16-year-old Nigerian weightlifter Chika Amalahahas has been stripped of her gold medal after a positive doping test.


Reacting to sensationalistic headlines such as "Ebola Terror at Commonwealth Games" in a British newspaper, officials said on Friday that a Sierra Leone cyclist passed tests for the Ebola virus and competed.


Watch the best action from Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Meaghan Benfeito, Roseline Filion

The full list of medals won by Canadians at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. - Events

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Dining and Takeouts in Fort St. James

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Take Outs – Bistros

Isola Bella Pizza

The View Bistro & Lounge
The Classic
Miguel’s Pizza
Little Jimmy’s
Subway Cafe


The Classic
St. James
Timberman Restaurant
Soup Wallah ***NEW***

Nahounli (Fas-Gas) ***NEW***

North Arm Pub

Owners: Call 4008 and I’ll pick up a menu to scan or you can email a pdf to and I will post it here and on

Fort Saint James, B.C. Canada. Travel scenic Hwy 27 to the Fort, and famous gold rush towns like Manson Creek and Germansen Landing. Recreational lakes, hunting, fishing, skiing, camping, snowmobiling, hiking and rich in history. Home of the famous $10,000 Stuart Lake Fishing Derby, the Caledonia Classic Dog Sled Race and the Fort St. James National Historic Site, a fully staffed 1800s era Hudson’s Bay Trading post with guides dressed in period costume and ongoing historical enactments. True wilderness adventure is only fourty minutes north off of Hwy 16 on your way to and from the Alaska Ferry; you will find the detour well worth it.
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