Pam Frampton: Champagne tastes, no-name soda budget
Altruism at the core of St. John’s-based Wildhood Clothing
Financial squeeze top of mind in Mount Pearl North
James McLeod lauds N.L.’s nationalist identity, outlines impending poverty struggles
Newfoundland and Labrador premier says he’s running again in 2019
Purple Lights for John campaign aimed at raising awareness, funding to beat ...
Ambulance company demands apology from Holyrood man
N.L.’s MerB’ys bearded and big-hearted
DFO holding outreach meeting for inshore harvesters in Marystown tonight
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TTC CEO Andy Byford leaving Toronto to head up New York City Transit
Keeping snow removal in tow
Statistics Canada to begin study of recreational pot, even before it's legal
A by-the-numbers look at the auditor general's report on the Phoenix pay system
Quebec judge refuses cop's request to dismiss charge in death of 5-year-old boy
Iraqi officials: Bombing in contested town kills 32 people
Highlights from the fall 2017 report of auditor general Michael Ferguson
OTTAWA — Some of the key findings from the fall 2017 report of federal auditor general Michael Ferguson: — It is going to take years and "much more" than the original projected $540 million over three years to fix the chronic and ongoing problems ...
Services provided, but outcomes not tracked for Syrians: auditor general
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is struggling to track the impact of its historic effort to resettle upwards of 40,000 Syrian refugees, the federal auditor general concluded Tuesday in his fall report. Markers like how many kids are in ...
Baron Cohen to pay fine for Czechs sporting Borat mankinis
PRAGUE, Czech Republic — Comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen has offered to pay the fines for six Czech tourists who were reportedly detained by authorities in Kazakhstan's capital Astana for dressing up as his character Borat. Sporting lime green ...
Competition Bureau drops civil probe into alleged abuse of dominance by Loblaw
TORONTO — Canada's competition watchdog has closed a 3 1/2-year civil investigation into Loblaw Companies Ltd. related to allegations it abused its dominant position in dealing with its suppliers and determined no further action is ...
4 children, 2 adults killed in rural northern Illinois fire
DIXON, Ill. — Four children and two adults from the same family died in a house fire early Tuesday in rural northern Illinois, according to the local sheriff. Authorities received a 911 call just after midnight reporting smoke in the basement of a ...
Newborn, mother and grandmother all share same birthday
PRINCETON, N.J. — A New Jersey family won't have trouble remembering three generations of birthdays. A newborn, his mother and grandmother were all born on Nov. 19. Grandmother Clara Gregory said she had a feeling her grandson was going to be born on ...
Vatican, China exchange art amid stall in hard diplomacy
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican and China are planning a first-ever exchange of artworks for exhibits in China and the Vatican Museums, as the two states forge ahead with soft diplomacy amid a stalemate in negotiations to heal decades of diplomatic ...
Rapper Nelly's planned Saudi gig sparks social media stir
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Rapper Nelly is to perform in Saudi Arabia next month, but his planned concert in the ultraconservative kingdom is not being welcomed by everyone. Some Saudis on social media are pointing to the American rapper's 2015 guilty ...
Syria in ruins but Assad's hold on power looks firm
BEIRUT — His nation is a smouldering ruin, much of it held by rival armed factions, domestic or foreign. Half the population is displaced, hundreds of thousands have died and much of the West regards him as a tyrant and human rights abuser. But ...
Police: Woman confessed to putting babies in concrete in 90s
TOKYO — A Japanese woman was arrested Tuesday after police say she confessed to putting four newborns in concrete-filled buckets two decades ago and having been filled with guilt over not caring for her babies. Human remains were identified in four ...