Pipers expanding to Bay Roberts, but closing two metro locations
Registered nurses union and provincial government reach tentative agreement
Town of Marystown hopes to resolve taxi issue before summer
Harbour Grace couple says road work for Kitchen’s Hill doesn’t go far enough
Bay Roberts First World War database needs help finding Royal Canadian Navy veterans
RCMP confirms fatality on TCH near St. Fintan’s turnoff
Gander man arrested for impaired driving after crashing vehicle into snowbank
A 67-year-old man was arrested for impaired driving after the RCMP received a report of a vehicle in a ditch on Cooper Boulevard in Gander around 10 p.m. on Monday, March 25. The driver, a resident of Gander, went off the road and landed in a ...
NunatuKavut calling on feds for equity in shrimp allocations
Cuts are expected when the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) soon announces its decision on northern shrimp allocations for the upcoming year. The NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) is calling on DFO to use the same principles of ...
After 911 call to report wife missing, Joshua Boyle worried about what she might tell policeOtt
After calling 911 to report that his wife was missing and suicidal, Joshua Boyle told an Ottawa police sergeant that he was also worried what she might tell authorities when she was found. “He told me he was concerned, as any husband would ...
Inquiry co-counsel appointed to the bench
Lawyer Kate O’Brien, who has been acting as Inquiry co-counsel for the Muskrat Falls Inquiry, has been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador. O’Brien will also be a judge ex officio of the Court of Appeal ...
Edmonton man charged after RCMP shootout near Battleford, Sask.
A 33-year-old man is facing charges in connection with a shootout involving RCMP officers last week near Battleford, Sask. The resident of Edmonton, Alta., is charged with flight from a peace officer, possession of a weapon dangerous for ...
No signs of foul play in Ottawa teen's drowning at Montreal music fest: Quebec coroner
An Ottawa teen drowned soon after disappearing from a Montreal music festival last summer but there’s no evidence that he was the victim of a crime, the Quebec coroner concluded in a report released Tuesday. “This is a traumatic death ...
Switching NASA spacesuit sizes isn't as easy (or comfortable) as donning an oversized sweater. Here's why
In a disappointing turn of events, NASA announced Monday that it would have to postpone its first-ever female spacewalk to another date — due to a lack in available space suit sizes for its female astronauts. Earlier this month, it was ...
Federal carbon tax is 'overreach,' Ontario minister says
Ontario has a strong case to put before the courts and the public to challenge the federal carbon pricing plan, Environment Minister Rod Phillips says. “I think we have a very clear case of federal overreach … You have to go back to ...
Liberals make health care priority in balanced provincial budget
Nova Scotians have been spared tax and service fee hikes but the 2019-20 budget is not likely to help much in navigating a beleagurered health-care system. “The budget reflects the concerns that we heard from Nova Scotians,” ...
Town of Clarenville votes on national convention decision
CLARENVILLE, N.L. – The Town of Clarenville will not have representation at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) annual conference and trade show this spring. During its March 12 meeting, members of council voted 4-2 against ...