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Volunteer firefighters want green light for Green Light project for province
Deer Lake residents mark Walk for Guide Dog Day on Sunday
Hawks get revenge on Monarchs as Corner Brook Senior Baseball League season ...
Verafin’s chase for the ace brings generous donation to Choices for Youth
N.L. students bring home science medals and celebrate entrance scholarships offers with ...
Despite opposition Stephenville town council gives go ahead to tiny home development
Wendy Rose: Stayin’ up late for Lawnya Vawnya 8
Muskrat Falls protest planned for Monday in Ottawa
Go Fund Me Page started to help Mitchell Kielly
No winning ticket for Friday night's $60 million Lotto Max jackpot
Springdale angler calling for boycott of salmon licences in Newfoundland and Labrador
Seal visit draws plenty of attention in Clarenville
Linking up: Fiber optic cable to run from Fortune to St. Pierre
St. Lawrence takes issue with summer funding for students
Crew of 27 Nova Scotians dispatched to help fight Alberta forest fires
HALIFAX — A crew of 27 people from Nova Scotia's Department of Natural Resources was in Alberta Sunday to help control wildfires sweeping across parts of the province. A spokesman with the department said the crew arrived in Edmonton ...
Brazilian truckers strike enters its 7th day
SAO PAULO — A strike by Brazilian truckers that has caused shortages at gas stations and supermarkets across Latin America's biggest country has entered a seventh day with no immediate solution in sight. Anger over rising diesel prices led truckers ...
Officials identify Nova Scotia man fatally shot by police Saturday
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's police watchdog has identified the man killed by police in the Halifax area Saturday morning as 24-year-old Bradley Thomas Clattenburg of Truro. The RCMP says Clattenburg was killed in the Dartmouth community of ...
Searching for daycare is an ordeal, but economists say don't blame the market
Free market forces have given Canadians the ability to summon meals or cars at the touch of a button and demand a million dollars for an urban bungalow; but, as frustrated parents know all too well, the same forces haven't solved the ...
Manitoba civil servant policy says booze OK, marijuana not, at office parties
WINNIPEG — Manitoba civil servants will be able swig a beer at office parties, but smoking a joint will still be a no-no after recreational cannabis is legalized, says a draft policy obtained by The Canadian Press. It's an ...
'There are cougars around:' Attack a stark reminder for Alberta family
EDMONTON — When Laura Frost first read about a person being killed by a cougar recently in Washington state, she was immediately reminded that the big cats can be anywhere. "We need to take it a lot more seriously than a lot of people do," said ...
'They're back:' Drug dealers target southern Alberta reserve when payments arrive
STANDOFF, Alta. — A life-and-death battle against drug dealers is being waged on the sprawling Blood reserve in southwestern Alberta, as officials struggle to keep deadly opioids away from its most vulnerable ...
The controversial rise of the eastern Metis: 'Where were these people all this time?'
HALIFAX — It was 1948 when her father told her. He was laying on the chesterfield in the living room of their Yarmouth, N.S., home, his body ravaged by tuberculosis. "He had consumption and he knew he only had a few months to live," recalls Mary ...
Authorities investigate death at rail crossing that reports say involved scooter
CHILLIWACK, B.C. — A death at a British Columbia railway crossing is under investigation after reports say a scooter got stuck on the tracks late Saturday afternoon. Transportation Safety Board spokeswoman Julie Leroux says an investigator headed to ...
Taliban suicide bombing kills 2 soldiers in Afghanistan
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — A suicide car bomber struck Afghan troops outside an army base in the southern Helmand province on Sunday, killing at least two of them in an attack claimed by the Taliban. Omar Zwak, a spokesman for the governor of Helmand, ...