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Mario Götze, Germany, World Cup

Germany won the World Cup on Sunday, defeating Argentina 1-0 after extra time in the final at Brazil’s storied Maracana.

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The World Cup final Germany win its fourth title after defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.

Tax snitch line

The Canada Revenue Agency has 80 new leads on taxpayers who may be hiding money offshore after getting hundreds of calls on its new snitch line.

Cabot Trail rollover

A commercial tour bus carrying 21 people crashed south of Neils Harbour in Cape Breton on Sunday afternoon, seriously hurting one person and injuring nine others when it rolled into a ditch on its side.

Denise Duguay

Residents of a St-Hubert neighbourhood where a single-engine Cessna airplane crashed on Saturday say they fully expected an accident to happen one day due to four nearby flight schools.

Kathryn Liknes, Nathan O'Brien and Alvin Liknes

After multiple searches of the home where three Calgary family members were last seen, police say they have ended the investigation into the Parkhill property and are returning it to the family.

Pope Francis

About two per cent of Roman Catholic clerics are sexual abusers, an Italian newspaper on Sunday quoted Pope Francis as saying, adding that the pontiff considered the crime "a leprosy in our house".

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The Quebec government on Sunday pledged an additional $60 million to Lac-Mégantic to help with compensating victims and rebuilding the small town's downtown core.

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is advising consumers to inspect infant formula containers before purchase, following complaints that some of the bottles were tampered with in stores west of Toronto.

Bring Back Our Girls Malala

Pakistani rights activist Malala Yousafzai, who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban for campaigning for girls' education, has pledged while on a trip to Nigeria to help free a group of school girls abducted by Islamist militants.

NB Power is working to restore power with help from others, such as this crew from Hydro-Québec

NB Power achieved its 95 per cent power restoration target hours earlier than predicted on Sunday evening, as the number of customers without electricity dropped to roughly 6,700.

Ukraine crisis

Russia's foreign ministry said Sunday that a Ukrainian shell hit a Russian border town, killing one person and seriously injuring two others. Ukraine denied firing a shell into Russian territory.

Mideast Israel Palestinians

Palestinian residents of the northern Gaza Strip flee their homes and seek safety in UN shelters, as Israeli military says it plans to keep bombing the area in the sixth day of an offensive against Hamas that has killed more than 160 people.

Squamish, B.C.

The federal government is girding for yet more court battles, this time involving waterways used by boaters, cottagers and First Nations, according to a document obtained by CBC News.

Euchiniko Lakes Fire on July 9, 2014

A provincewide heat wave in British Columbia is expected to hit record highs in the coming days, heightening concerns about wildfires.

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Lytton prescribed burn - April 2, 2014

Twenty-one support staff from Ontario are expected to arrive in Kamloops today to help fight fires across British Columbia.

Delta Police - bullet search - July 13, 2014

In two unrelated incidents, two cars were seen speeding and weaving in and out of traffic as shots were fired between them in Surrey, and police found bullets and bullet casings littering the ground after shots were fired on a Delta street.

Squamish, B.C.

The federal government is girding for yet more court battles, this time involving waterways used by boaters, cottagers and First Nations, according to a document obtained by CBC News.

Protest against designer's logo

Adherents of Islamic Sufism say Roberto Cavalli's use of their sacred symbol for his logo is offensive

Euchiniko Lakes Fire on July 9, 2014

A provincewide heat wave in British Columbia is expected to hit record highs in the coming days, heightening concerns about wildfires.

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More than half of B.C. is under a hot spell that will continue until Wednesday, partly due to hot air from the southwestern United States drifting north under a ridge of high pressure.

Eric Holden - Clipper Race trophy, July 12, 2014

Thirty-four-year-old Eric Holden of Vancouver was showered in champagne as the Clipper Race trophy was presented to him and the crew of the Henri Lloyd in London today. Holden is the first Canadian skipper entered in the world's longest ocean race.

IHIT logo - B.C. Lower Mainland Integrated Homicide Investigation Team

The Lower Mainland's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team had identified the man found dead in a Chilliwack, B.C., home early Thursday morning as 31-year-old Harjit (Stefan) Singh Kondolay.

Alix Tichelman's B.C. connection

The woman charged in the death of Google executive Forrest Hayes went to school in Surrey

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U.S. authorities have charged a Chinese businessman with hacking into the computer systems of U.S. companies with large defense contracts, including Boeing, to steal data on military projects, including some of its latest fighter jets, officials said Friday.

Whale Death Collision

U.S. law enforcement officials are investigating after a 48-foot female whale well-known in the waters of southeast Alaska was killed in a collision with a boat.

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B.C. MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert and his husband Romi thought they had found a child to adopt after two years of searching, but the same day the good news came, so did the bad.

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Seattle's first and only recreational marijuana store had to close on Friday after running out of stock in just three days since Washington became the second U.S. state to allow pot sales to adults.

False killer whale

A young false killer whale calf rescued on the west coast of Vancouver Island made it through the night, but the hard work of keeping it alive lies ahead, according to staff at the Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre.

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Players, coaches and referees tell us how years immersed in the beautiful game has changed their life - and we invite you to share your own soccer stories too.

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Despite having his team eliminated in the quarter-finals, Colombia's James Rodriguez still wins the Golden Boot as the top scorer at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Mario Götze, Germany, World Cup

Germany won the World Cup on Sunday, defeating Argentina 1-0 after extra time in the final at Brazil’s storied Maracana.

David Price

All-star David Price scattered five hits in eight-plus innings to win his fourth consecutive start and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 on Sunday.

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The World Cup final Germany win its fourth title after defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.

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Germany midfielder Christoph Kramer's head injury in the World Cup final has revived concern about the way football deals with concussion.

Shakira, World Cup

Shakira took her rightful place as the songstress of the World Cup, headlining a closing ceremony that was fairly normal in its execution and style on Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.

Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth's 1918 contract with the Boston Red Sox has sold for more than $1 million US, along with other baseball memorabilia up for auction in Baltimore.

Mo Martin

Mo Martin hit the best shot of her life, and it made her a major champion Sunday in the Women's British Open.

Tony Gallopin

German rider Tony Martin broke ahead early and comfortably held on to win the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday, while Frenchman Tony Gallopin took the yellow jersey from overnight leader Vincenzo Nibali of Italy.

Jimmy Smith

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith became the fifth player on the team to be arrested during the offseason after he received a criminal citation Saturday night for failing to follow an officer's orders.

Phil Mickelson

During a practice round last week, Phil Mickelson found himself in a predicament. On a tough and steep downhill lie, his only option was to turn around and take a big rip. And boy did it work out.

Ian Thorpe

Five-time Olympic swimming gold medallist Ian Thorpe for the first time publicly confirmed that he is gay during a television interview on Sunday, ending years of speculation about his sexuality.

Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony is remaining with the Knicks, saying he wants "to stay and build here with this city and my team."

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It began as a normal day at the ballpark for a young Mets fan on Saturday. But things began to change once New York left-handed pitcher Jonathon Niese spotted the boy in the stands wearing a Mets uniform with Niese's No. 49.

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LeBron James signed a two-year, $42.1 million US contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers that provides flexibility for the NBA's biggest star with the league's maximum salary expected to rise in the future.

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Dining and Takeouts in Fort St. James

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Take Outs – Bistros

Isola Bella Pizza
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: bring us an updated menu and we 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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