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Ebola outbreak food crisis

The world's worst Ebola epidemic has put harvests at risk and sent food prices soaring in West Africa, the UN said on Tuesday, warning the problem would intensify in coming months.

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Canada's Milos Raonic was eliminated from the U.S. Open by Japan's Kei Nishikori in five sets early Tuesday. The 10th-seeded Nishikori prevailed 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (6), 7-5, 6-4 to advance to the quarter-finals.

Russia space sex geckos

Five geckos launched into space on board a satellite for an experiment on sexual reproduction in zero-gravity environments were found dead after their spacecraft returned to earth, Russia's space agency said Monday.

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With the U.S. economic growth now far more robust than when he took office, Barack Obama is finding some measure of solace on the domestic front while a number of crises rage abroad.

Vancouver School Board considers two extra days off

Daycare operators in British Columbia are scrambling to keep up with increased demand as more parents need to find places to send their kids with schools staying closed Tuesday.

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Alberta's former deputy premier Thomas Lukaszuk, now a Conservative leadership candidate, is being accused of hypocrisy for his public stand against entitlement after an anonymous tip to CBC News revealed he flew his young daughter on several government flights.

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Appearing worn down by the sweltering conditions in New York, Canada's Eugenie Bouchard lost to Ekaterina Makarova 7-6 (2), 6-4 in the fourth round of the U.S. Open on Monday.

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The body of a Mississauga man who tried to rescue his drowning son in Lake Huron has been found, according to the Huron County Ontario Provincial Police.

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Stephen Harper is only the latest Canadian prime minister to offer stirring rhetorical contributions to the Western alliance without having much firepower to back them up. But this week's NATO summit in Wales will expose that gap between words and deeds.

Europe Neanderthal Art

Belying their reputation as the dumb cousins of early modern humans, Neanderthals created cave art, an activity regarded as a major cognitive step in the evolution of humankind, scientists reported on Monday in a paper describing the first discovery of artwork by this extinct species.

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An elementary school in the province's Saguenay region has decided to ban homework in all classes from Grade 1 to Grade 6.

Mideast Iraq

Iraq's outgoing prime minster pledged Monday to turn his country into "a big grave" for Sunni militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group and commended security forces who achieved a rare victory over insurgents by ending the siege of a Shia town.

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Finance Canada has issued a rebuttal of a politically embarrassing report on middle-class economic woes compiled last fall by Employment and Social Development Canada, now finding Canadian middle class incomes have grown strongly since 1976.

Oscar Nominations

Intimate images of dozens of celebrities, including Academy Award winner and Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, have been leaked online by an anonymous hacker who claims to have stolen materials from more than 100 actors and singers.

Devin Scullion and his Mom

Devin Scullion just turned 18 and has already survived two strokes and other health scares not normally associated with the young. But the Hamilton teen is defying the odds - he's one of the world's oldest survivors of progeria, a rare disorder that causes rapid aging.

CBC | British Columbia News

How long will the teachers' strike last?

Renee Filippone looks at how far apart the BCTF and the BCPSEA are in their demands and concessions

Vancouver School Board considers two extra days off

Daycare operators in British Columbia are scrambling to keep up with increased demand as more parents need to find places to send their kids with schools staying closed Tuesday.

Gillian Bennett

Gillian Bennett's family scattered her ashes this weekend. The 83-year-old grandmother made headlines with her heart-wrenching and public goodbye before taking her own life last month.

BC Place stadium in Vancouver, B.C. - Sept. 1, 2014

Questions are again being raised about BC Place's new $563 million retractable roof after buckets were deployed Saturday during the Vancouver Whitecaps game when water dripped on people in the stands.

Rusty's Towing fire

The Richmond Fire Department is investigating a suspicious fire at Rusty's Auto Towing on River Road in Richmond that broke out around 11:30 p.m. PT Sunday.

BC Teachers Dispute 20140831

All summer long, there's been one overriding conversation amongst the hundred-plus employees at a Vancouver financial firm who have school-age children: British Columbia's acrimonious teachers' strike.

Premier Christy Clark, BCTF President Jim Iker

Not only are the two sides in the B.C. teachers' strike too far apart to even begin mediation, on Sunday - in what is arguably a new low for relations between the government and the B.C. Teacher's Federation - Premier Christy Clark furthered inflamed the heated negotiations with a series of tweets blaming teachers for the failure to resolve the crisis before the new school year.

Crawford Bay plane crash

The female passenger in a Cessna 172 died when the small plane crashed in Crawford Bay, B.C., east of Nelson, Saturday night, and the pilot was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries.

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A British Columbia woman died in a car crash on Highway 125 in Sydney, N.S., early Monday.

Temporary Foreign Workers in Oil Patch, Johnny Demosten, Leslie Jennings

Canadian tradesmen from a huge oilsands construction project are waving a red flag about safety hazards and near misses, which they blame on the use of foreign workers who aren’t qualified and can’t speak English.

Zaccheus Jackson, Vancouver slam poet, educator, dead at 36

A void has been ripped into the lives of family, friends and Canada's spoken word community with the death of 36-year-old Zaccheus Jackson this week.

Dude Chilling Park sign missing - Aug. 31, 2014

Dust off your mystery-solving licence: the 'Dude Chilling Park' sign has gone missing from Guelph Park in East Vancouver.

Australia federal police - drug smuggling

There is an increasing Canadian presence in the Australian drug scene, where traffickers brave harsh enforcement for large profits in a "high-risk, high-reward" market, authorities say.

Back to school budgeting

With the start of the school year delayed past Sept. 2, the B.C. government has opened registration for parents of public school children under the age of 13 who want to claim their strike support payments.

Marlene Dunbrack, a volunteer cat trapper with VOKRA - Aug. 2014

Animal welfare groups say the population of stray and feral cats in at least one Metro Vancouver city has ballooned out of control.

CBC | Sports News

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Canada's Milos Raonic was eliminated from the U.S. Open by Japan's Kei Nishikori in five sets early Tuesday. The 10th-seeded Nishikori prevailed 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (6), 7-5, 6-4 to advance to the quarter-finals.

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Fresh off a series win over Colorado, the Diamondbacks boarded a plane for San Diego on Sunday night, only the rookies didn’t abide by the usual travel dress code.

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He might not be in the St. Louis Rams' plans but defensive end Michael Sam still has options, including playing in the CFL. The 24-year-old is on the Montreal Alouettes' negotiation list, giving them exclusive rights to the former Missouri star.

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Chris Kirk made three big putts and captured the biggest win of his career Monday in the Deutsche Bank Championship. He played the final two rounds with Rory McIlroy and outplayed the No. 1 golfer in the world.

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The Calgary Stampeders take over sole possession of first place in the Canadian Football League with a 28-13 win over the visiting Edmonton Eskimos in their Labour Day clash on Monday.

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With a 37-yard completion to Jason Barnes with a little more than eight minutes left in the Argonauts' 13-12 loss at Hamilton on Monday, Toronto's Ricky Ray became the youngest CFL quarterback to reach the 50,000-yard career passing mark.

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Appearing worn down by the sweltering conditions in New York, Canada's Eugenie Bouchard lost to Ekaterina Makarova 7-6 (2), 6-4 in the fourth round of the U.S. Open on Monday.

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Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter Monday, beating the Atlanta Braves 7-0 and giving a last-place team a rare reason to celebrate.

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Zach Collaros had a TD pass against his former team to earn the Hamilton Tiger-Cats a 13-12 win over the visiting Toronto Argonauts in the first-ever game at Tim Hortons Field on Monday.

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Top seeds Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic both advanced to the quarter-finals of the U.S. Open with straight-sets wins in their fourth-round matches Monday.

Rob Gronkowski

Star tight end Rob Gronkowski stood in front of his Gillette Stadium locker Monday and announced he will be playing in the New England Patriots' opener at Miami this Sunday.

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After a rocky 20 months at the helm of Toronto FC, Ryan Nelsen was fired by general manager Tim Bezbatchenko, who had been at odds with the coach.

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The Houston Astros fired manager Bo Porter on Monday, saying the dismissal had less to do with the team's 59-79 record than the need for "new direction" and a "united message throughout the entire organization."

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Needing to retire a pull hitter to escape a jam in extra innings, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly stacked the right side of his infield in an extreme example of baseball's trendy defensive shifts.

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Though English Premier League clubs Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers were among those rumoured to be interested in acquiring Jermain Defoe, Toronto FC will keep the disgruntled striker.

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Dining and Takeouts in Fort St. James

Click the links to see their menu in pdf format

Take Outs – Bistros

Isola Bella Pizza

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

Restaurants

The Classic
St. James
Timberman Restaurant
Kings
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 admin@fsjames.com and I will post it here and on nechako.info
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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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