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Local
What if?   Kamloops Thompson School District enters the Labour Day weekend in a state of flux as last ditch efforts begin to settle the teacher's strike.

Kamloops federal Liberals gather to hear potential candidates.

B.C. government asked to "appoint" one member of Sun Peaks council.
Provincial
Five critical, ten serious after tour bus crash south of Merritt.

All out.   Mediator Vince Ready calls bargaining teams together in a last ditch effort to settle the long and bitter teacher's strike.

As mediation begins, B.C. Public School Employers Association suspends teacher's lockout.

I.C.B.C. issues long weekend safety warning.
National

The premiers say they need more money from the Harper government to pay for health-care and infrastructure.

Canada's major telecom companies have agreed to exempt some - but not all - of their customers from fees they charge for mailing them paper bills.

A chartered plane will bring three Canadian scientists home from Sierra Leone, where they're helping operate a mobile Ebola lab.

 

International
Hurricane Cristobal is losing strength as it churns over the north Atlantic.

Money-losing Malaysia Airlines says it will slash six-thousand jobs - or 30 per cent of its workforce.

Joan Rivers is recovering in a New York City hospital after she was rushed there from a doctor's office where her heart stopped.

Police say no charges will be laid against a Nevada gun range, where a nine-year-old girl accidentally shot dead her instructor last Monday.

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