It's not about spoiling anyone's fun, RCMP says of ATV rules crackdown in Newfoundland and Labrador; it's about preventing more people from dying
Vaccines, tourism support, big deficits highlight Federal Economic Statement
St. John’s commits $3M to host 2025 Canada Summer Games
RCMP investigating robbery during a private sale in central Newfoundland
Bell Island man charged with possession of contraband tobacco
City Council wants a broader role for Bike St. John’s Advisory Committee
Alek Minassian feels neither regret nor pleasure after Toronto van attack, court hears
Toronto van attack driver Alek Minassian has zero emotional response to the carnage he brought to his victims and their families — neither virtuous feelings of regret or iniquitous feelings of pleasure, court heard during key testimony ...
LIVE at 3 p.m.: Nova Scotia COVID-19 briefing for Dec. 1
Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, are giving a COVID-19 briefing Tuesday at 3 p.m. You can watch it live here: ...
Judge acquits Cape Breton accused because police took too long to administer test
A Sydney provincial court judge has acquitted a Baddeck man of refusing a breathalyzer demand explaining police took too long to administer a field sobriety test. Devyn Scott Garland, 24, was stopped by a Cape Breton Regional Police officer on ...
Special Report: U.S. air monitors routinely miss pollution - even refinery explosions
By Tim McLaughlin, Laila Kearney and Laura Sanicola (Reuters) - When explosions ripped through a Philadelphia oil refinery last year, the shock waves knocked Felicia Menna’s front door frame out of place. Then came the black smoke. “My throat was ...
U.S. Senate confirms two Trump picks for energy regulation panel
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed two of President Donald Trump's picks for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), in a move that could secure a Republican majority on the panel through June. The Senate passed ...
Families sue California, say state fails to educate poor, minority students amid pandemic
By Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - Families of 15 public school students sued California on Monday, claiming the state has failed to provide equal education to poor and minority children during the pandemic. The impoverished students, who range from ...
Bosnia's 'Oxygen Man' brings cheer, and supplies, to COVID-19 patients
By Daria Sito-Sucic KONJIC, Bosnia (Reuters) - Miralem Sabic Mika, known as the "Oxygen Man" in his native town of Konjic, has become a local hero for helping coronavirus patients breathe easier and comforting them with warm words and laughter. ...
China gave COVID-19 vaccine candidate to North Korea's Kim: U.S. analyst
(This story corrects identity and removes RIC of third company listed in para 5 to China Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm), and in para 6 corrects to show Phase 3 trials being conducted outside China) By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - China has ...
Robot chef serves Chinese school dinners to lower COVID-19 risk
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Shanghai school is using a bright yellow robot to prepare and serve dishes in its canteen in an effort to improve food safety as China strives to keep the spread of the novel coronavirus under control. The Minhang High ...
P.E.I. man living unlawfully in apartment building says he thought he had permission
A P.E.I. man who committed several thefts and was found living in a building despite not having permission to be there was sentenced recently to 170 days in jail. John Jason MacLean, 44, appeared before Judge Jeff Lantz in provincial court in ...