Neville murder trial to start in St. John's Thursday morning
Discarded syringes found around Marystown in recent weeks
Airport emergency exercise a success
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Cal LeGrow expanding to Maritimes
Work underway to breathe new life into one of Twillingate’s oldest buildings
NL Folk Festival applications being accepted for 2019 main-stage performers
St. John’s native nominated for women’s entrepreneurial award
Public servants, their salaries must be released, Court of Appeal rules
All girl, all power at Iceberg Alley's 7th show
Alderwood Estates residents enjoy fun-filled afternoon at garden party
Corner Brook man caught driving 75 km/h over posted limit
Thirty-day demolition notice issued for former primary school
Trial postponed for Lethbridge man charged with impaired driving causing death
No contaminants in metal drums on Wellness Centre site
Two men charged after police pursuit ends in vehicle hitting apartment
New Brunswick New Democrats pledge to improve daily lives of workers
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New Brunswick's New Democrat leader says her party is committed to improving the daily lives of workers. Jennifer McKenzie says an NDP government would create a greater emphasis on a culture of safety in every workplace in the ...
Coalition candidates rally behind leader ahead of final Quebec debate
MONTREAL — With Coalition Avenir Quebec Leader Francois Legault on the sidelines ahead of Thursday's crucial final debate, it was left to a collection of prominent candidates to rally behind him ...
Vancouver co-op develops tech to help prevent ODs, especially for alone users
VANCOUVER — A Vancouver technology co-operative is gaining recognition for developing a mobile app and three other digital monitoring tools aimed at preventing overdoses, especially among drug users who are dying alone. Brave Technology is ...
Mistaken identity: Missing dog claimed in Moose Jaw belongs to another family
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A Saskatchewan family is once again searching for their missing dog after a case of mistaken identity. On Tuesday, Brennen Duncan was reunited with a white Kuvasz that was found near Moose Jaw. Duncan was certain that the dog ...
Manitoba should focus more on prevention to reduce kids in child welfare: report
WINNIPEG — A report commissioned by the Manitoba government is recommending the province reduce the nation's highest number of kids in child welfare by focusing more on supporting troubled families than on taking away their children. One of the ...
New Brunswick Tories say carbon tax would have big impact on fishing industry
GRAND MANAN, N.B. — New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative leader says few sectors will feel the proposed carbon tax more than the fishing industry, and the tax must be stopped. Blaine Higgs made the announcement on Grand Manan Island, where much ...
French court upholds Kate Middleton topless photos fine
PARIS — A French court of appeals has upheld a ruling Wednesday that two directors of French celebrity magazine Closer should be fined a maximum 45,000 euros ($52,500) for breaching the privacy of Kate Middleton, when publishing topless photos of the ...
VIDEO: Newfoundland near-miss with semi goes viral
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. — A dash cam video showing a frightening near-miss on Newfoundland's west coast is getting a lot of views online. ...
Erin Weir asking for external body to review harassment investigation
OTTAWA — Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir says he wants an external appeal of the harassment investigation about him earlier this year, arguing he was not afforded due process. Weir is requesting an outside authority such ...
New Brunswick Liberals commit to increasing post-secondary education spending
FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Liberal leader says he would continue to increase spending on post-secondary education if his government is re-elected Monday. Brian Gallant says the goal is to educate, train and retain more young New Brunswickers. The ...