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The Harper government plans further changes to its oft-maligned veterans charter, hoping to take the political sting out of complaints by ex-soldiers promising to campaign against them in the next election.

Franklin Ship found

The Franklin expedition ship found last month in the Arctic has been identified as HMS Erebus, Prime Minister Stephen Harper confirmed in the House of Commons today.

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Six months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sounded a warning on generic drugmaker Apotex’s quality standards, Health Canada has moved to ban the import of all drugs and drug ingredients from three factories in India, two of them associated with Apotex.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Commons

Prime Minister Stephen Harper told the House of Commons on Wednesday that contrary to earlier reports, 26 Canadian soldiers are now in Iraq serving as military advisers.

Netflix Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend

Netflix's foray into original movie making is stirring up controversy, as theatre owners balk at sharing film premiere dates with online streaming sites.

Citizenship Minister Chris Alexander

The federal government is appealing a Federal Court decision that threatened to strike down its new policy on refugee health care as "cruel and unusual" treatment.


Lawyers from the McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton have gone to court in an attempt to force a First Nations girl back into chemotherapy, but her mother says the judicial system has no authority over her child's treatment.

Uganda mountain gorilla

The World Wildlife Fund's report on the state of the global environment paints a pretty gloomy picture of a planet in decline. Still, the WWF says, "the challenge is not an insurmountable one." Here are six examples of how we can fix the problem.

Pacific Walrus

Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska.

Search and rescue - night - Abbotsford - Sept. 30, 2014

Police in Abbotsford, B.C., now say a man spotted carrying a girl into the bushes last night may be a parent or guardian, and they are asking him to come forward and speak to them.

Starbucks Green Mountain

An Ontario coffee roaster and grinder is suing Keurig for anti-competitive behaviour, claiming it is keeping the price of single-serve coffee pods artificially high for consumers.

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Jun Lin’s family had been pressuring him to marry a woman, and he broke up with his boyfriend only weeks before Lin was killed, a Montreal court heard today at the Luka Magnotta murder trial.


They're commonly called "deadbeats" — people who refuse to support their families after courts order them to pay — and CBC News has learned they owe more than $3.7 billion across the country for support orders.


Last week, a Chinese court sentenced a human rights advocate to life in prison and confiscated all his assets, leaving his family destitute. In Hong Kong, meanwhile, a detained student protester was released on a writ of habeas corpus. That's what's at stake in these demonstrations, Patrick Brown writes. Echoes of Tiananmen in Hong Kong's 'most civil' disobedience

Ebola treatment centre

The UN mission dealing with the Ebola response has set bold goals to try and contain the outbreak, but in Liberia's capital, medical providers like Doctors Without Borders are working flat out just to keep up.

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B.C.'s provincial health officer says it would not be surprising to see cases of the Ebola virus appear, but that there is no reason for alarm.

Paul MacDonald, Ethical Waste Services, Coquitlam, B.C.

When Paul MacDonald tried to find a charity to donate half of the profits from his company to, he ran into an unexpected problem.

Enterovirus D-68 confirmed in Canada

Provincial health authorities are trying to determine if a man and boy with enterovirus D68 developed paralysis-like symptoms because of the infections.

Penguin on Clark Drive plaza pedestal

A tribute to well-dressed penguins has been installed at a small park site off Clark Drive, on a pedestal that became known weeks ago after a provocative devil statue was erected there.

Krisandra Jacobs - former communications manager for Squamish Nation

Some members of the Squamish Nation are calling for greater fiscal transparency in the wake of revelations that a band councillor has been removed from her management position following an independent financial investigation.

Search and rescue - night - Abbotsford - Sept. 30, 2014

Police in Abbotsford, B.C., now say a man spotted carrying a girl into the bushes last night may be a parent or guardian, and they are asking him to come forward and speak to them.

Vancouver's Jay Hindle

The Manitoba Theatre Centre is kicking off its 2014 season with a quirky, clever interpretation of several Sherlock Holmes stories Wednesday night.


Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.

Japan Volcano

A dozen more bodies were found Wednesday near the ash-covered summit of a Japanese volcano, raising the death toll to 47, as searches resumed amid concern of toxic gasses and another eruption.

Main Street SkyTrain Station frustrated commuters Sept. 30, 2014

Commuters using SkyTrain's Expo and Millennium lines experienced system-wide delays for over 3.5 hours Tuesday afternoon and evening due to "a software problem that impacts switches" in the area of the Metrotown and Joyce stations.


West Vancouver police are looking for help after one or more individuals were seen taking photographs of children without permission on more than one occasion at a local water park.

Harold Roderick MacIsaac - framed photograph

'He was a kind, giving man,' family says of researcher who committed suicide in 2013.

E-cigarette in Vancouver

A ban would impose the same restrictions on electronic cigarettes as their traditional counterparts.

Coast guard rescue of children from Porlier Pass - Sept. 29, 2014

A family of five children and two adults had only four life-jackets when they were plucked from the frigid waters of the Georgia Strait last night after their fishing boat overturned, the coast guard says.


Online streaming music service Spotify is now available in Canada, five years after the Swedish company announced plans to expand.

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Norway's ruling government party has voted against Oslo's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics. That would leave just two cities in the race: Beijing and Almaty, Kazazhstan.

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Norway's ruling government party has voted against Oslo's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics. That would leave just two cities in the race: Beijing and Almaty, Kazazhstan.


Here are three things to know about the Washington Redskins controversy, and how it may affect the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos' ability to continue with their moniker.

Jon Cornish

Calgary running back Jon Cornish has won a pair of CFL monthly awards after putting up big numbers in September. Cornish was named the league's top offensive player and top Canadian after he rushed for 439 yards and two touchdowns and added 62 receiving yards and a touchdown over three games.

Andrew McCutchen

They have a tough act to follow after the American League wild card opener, but the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants each like their chances in tonight's National League wild card game at Pittsburgh's PNC Park at 8:07 p.m. ET.


A farm in Lawrence County, Penn., has created a corn maze in honour of Pittsburgh Penguins great Mario Lemieux.

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Canada defeated the Czech Republic 91-71 on Wednesday to reach the quarter-finals at the FIBA women's world basketball championship in Turkey.


The torch relay for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games will be a national event, with stops in five Canadian cities as well as more than 100 Ontario communities.


For the second straight year, high-scoring defenceman Erik Karlsson and the Ottawa Senators must move on from the departure of their captain and a franchise icon.

Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy has been voted the PGA Tour player of the year for the second time in three years. The award was announced on Wednesday and surprised no one.

China Open Tennis

Novak Djokovic extended his winning streak at the China Open to 21 straight matches, beating Canada's Vasek Pospisil 6-3, 7-5 under the roof on center court on a cold, rainy Wednesday.


Salvador Perez singled down the left-field line with two outs in the 12th inning, allowing Christian Colon to score from second base and giving the long-suffering Royals a 9-8 victory over the Oakland Athletics in a wild AL wild-card game Tuesday night.


Winger Tyler Pitlick has had an inconsistent pro career but Edmonton Oilers coach Dallas Eakins rewarded him recently for a strong training camp and Pitlick seized the opportunity. Still, he's fighting for a roster spot since Jesse Joensuu has also impressed.


Canada failed to gain ground on the first-place Americans at the World Junior Girls Golf Championship despite having its most productive day of the tournament at Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham, Ont., on Tuesday.

Magnus Nygren

In a blog post from the Swedish press from earlier this year, Bulldogs player Magnus Nygren reportedly said Hamilton is Canada's "most criminal city" where they "shoot people for $100." - Events

Fort St. James & Region - Events

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Posted: September 28, 2014, 4:00 pm
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Posted: September 28, 2014, 4:00 pm

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
Little Jimmy’s
Subway Cafe


The Classic
St. James
Timbermans Restaurant ***NEW+++
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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