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  British Columbia News  
  Pot cafe owner orders sales stopped  
  The operator of the high-profile Da Kine Smoke and Beverage Shop is backing down following her second arrest in a week – telling her staff to stop selling marijuana.  
  Friday, 17 September 2004 21:54 EST  
  New ferries to be built in Germany  
  B.C. Ferries has made it official. B.C.'s three new Super C-class ferries will be built in a German shipyard, despite a vigorous campaign to keep the work in B.C.  
  Friday, 17 September 2004 21:57 EST  
  Hope fading for New Skeena  
  The company that used to be one of the biggest employers in northwestern B.C. is asking the B.C. Supreme Court to appoint a receiver to liquidate its assets.  
  Friday, 17 September 2004 16:45 EST  
  Canadian News  
  Razor blades planted at volleyball courts  
  Police in Toronto closed nearly 100 beach volleyball courts on Sunday after players about to begin an end-of-summer tournament found razor-blade booby traps hidden in the sand.  
  Monday, 20 September 2004 8:13 EST  
  Baltovich set to appeal murder conviction  
  A Toronto man convicted of second-degree murder in the 1990 death of his girlfriend will try to clear his name Monday at a hearing into the case.  
  Monday, 20 September 2004 9:45 EST  
  Queen Mary 2 skips Sydney stop  
  Hurricane-force winds will keep the Queen Mary 2 from making her first Canadian visit Monday, disappointing cruise ship watchers in Cape Breton.  
  Monday, 20 September 2004 9:25 EST  
  World News  
  Pleas made for release of British, U.S. hostages  
  A British government official and family members of two hostages have taken to Arab-language airwaves in an attempt to have them released from their captors in Iraq.  
  Monday, 20 September 2004 8:05 EST  
  Sudan dismisses threat of UN sanctions  
  Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir said Sunday he isn't afraid of threatened sanctions by the United Nations.  
  Sunday, 19 September 2004 20:08 EST  
  Militant Iraqi group claims to have beheaded 3 hostages  
  Negotiations are underway to try to free two Americans and a Briton threatened with beheading by their abductors in Iraq.  
  Sunday, 19 September 2004 20:19 EST  
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by Michael O'Connor
Tip of the Week: For the week of September 19:

Autumn Equinox takes place at exactly 9:30 am on September 22 when the Sun officially enters the sign of Libra in the Tropical Zodiac... more
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LOTTO NUMBERS

2004-09-18

6/49
:
7, 11, 15, 39, 42, 48 40

BC49:
20, 22, 25, 27, 28, 35 31

Extra:
8, 34, 59, 86

2004-09-17

Super 7
:
2, 8, 33, 36, 38, 44 47 3

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